Book List in Order:8 titles

  • TOXIC, a story ripped -- as they say -- from the headlines, is Wes DeMott's explosive new thriller in which former FBI Agent Jack Wells fights extraordinary rendition on U.S. soil, police militarization, environmental corruption, disappearing freedom...


  • The Typhoon Sanction, now Finalist in Best Thriller Fiction at the Global E-Book Awards! This novel reflects the culmination of DeMott's life in and around the world of intelligence, coupled with his decades of writing thrillers. This deftly crafted ...


  • This beautifully written novel explores the emotional pain and damage inflicted on a writer and his relationship with the woman he loves as she struggles with manic-depression. Through almost ten years of hardship he loves and cares for her with unwa...


  • Throw your seabag aboard Wasafiri to join Taz Keaton and the Mayday Salvage and Rescue gang in fun adventures and a chance at Blackbeard's gold. Do you love adventure stories with crisp dialogue, interesting history, and fun characters? Then Tortuga ...


  • Henry (HT) Thompson is a soldier eager to make his way into Special Operations, the best place, he feels, for a man with his skills to make a difference. When a covert military force known as Jaspers recruits him from the Navy SEALs, HT knows he's fo...


  • Peter Jamison is an aerospace engineer who wanted nothing more than to save his contract for a tactical weapons system. But together with his girlfriend, attorney Melissa Corley, he uncovered a crime of corruption, power and violence, a crime that ha...


  • At times, even the main characters in Vapors seem to need a program to keep track of who's on whose side - and that includes the those with FBI arms and credentials. But this uncertainty, often excruciating, accounts for much of the high voltage ...


  • The President of the United States gives a small speech near the end of Walking K that defines the boundaries of this emotionally heart-breaking story: "I hate to say it so bluntly, but those men are expendable. They always have been. It's no differe...