Alexander Gray is an ex-Navy Seal with an impossible assignment.
Air Force One is shot down over the Mediterranean Sea with no survivors. The new president secretly orders the U.S. Navy to prepare the Sigonella Naval Air Station on Sicily for a clandestine and experimental operation to save the life of the Russian president, the man most Americans believe responsible for the downing of Air Force One.
Antagonistic forces within the U.S. and Russian governments are determined to prevent that operation from taking place. From the U.S. to Sigonella, Gray must evade and outwit those working against the president.
Will Gray survive to bring the traitors to justice and execute the daring operation?
Richard Johnson, a college student, just spent his last dime on food, lost his wealthy girlfriend, and had his bike stolen. To add to his misery, he returns to his apartment where he runs into his strange neighbor. Convinced this bizarre man is more than he seems, Richard and his land lady's bull dog, Khan, sneak into his apartment where they find a timegate to the future. Along with his set theory teacher and her brother, they embark upon a soaring and treacherous journey through space and time to discover a terrible truth-mankind is being slowly and systematically exterminated.
Government conspiracy? Mary Clark isn’t quite sure. The more she learns about a senior health survey, and the POMU implant in her ear, the more she realizes something is terribly wrong.
Vera, a woman with the same implant, speaks out against the POMU, but dies when having minor surgery. An office clerk at the same clinic, checking POMU records, goes missing. The benefit of extra money for her participation is becoming less of a godsend and more frightening.
Mary meets Alex, a local veterinarian, another implant recipient, and together they begin digging into the matter. When they realize their life is in danger, they take drastic steps to warn the world.
Falling in love, Alex and Mary race to evade government agents and the death sentence hanging over them. Can they escape, or will they be the next victims of “Soft Kill?”
Twins tend to be closer than typical siblings. They often share a bond that is oftentimes unexplainable.*
For some reason that bond didn't apply to Grant and Lee Tolan. Grant was always the responsible one. Lee, on the other hand, was always in trouble and in jail, self-destructing to the point the twins hadn't seen or spoken in years.
In trouble with the Irish mob who wanted him sleeping with the fishes, finding Grant dead of an apparent suicide, Lee did the only thing that made sense. He switched identities.
Instead of making life easier, Lee is plunged into a world the Irish and Italian crime families, the Mexican cartel and the DEA. Pitting one against the other, Lee enlists the help of friends to save his own life. He will need a miracle.
But Grant's secret is the biggest shock of all for Lee and he must re-evaluate his entire life.
*Maureen Healy, author of Growing Happy Kids.