A Step into Darkness
A normal family. A desperate Situation. And a tempting crime.
Consumed with rage, James Hall, a reformed family man, confronts the birth parents of his adopted daughter who he blames for her disability. It is here that James receives a firsthand insight to the harshness of inner city living, where darkness and brutality lurk at every turn. Could you choose evil over good if it was your daughter’s life on the line?
A Step into Darkness…
Dr. David Edminson is a thirty-six-year-old street-smart, iconoclastic clinical and forensic psychologist who works out of his customized van treating the inhabitants of Skid Row between midnight and 5:00 a.m. David’s patients and others in the area know him as the “midnight shrink.” He divides his practice between treating people in his van and his office in Hollywood, his work as a forensic psychologist with the LAPD and as a clinical professor at County-USC…
Faith in Love
Set in rural Yorkshire, England – a wood reveals it’s secrets – is there a serial killer on the loose? Back in time a young girl grows up unloved, her animals are her only loving devoted friends – until she meets her future husband and finds the love she craves – but has destiny got other things in store for her?
The Village Narcissist
A body is found hanging from a noose made from a bell rope! Is this just the start of things to come?
The deceptively quiet remote village is shattered after a brazen obnoxious outsider purchases The Old Vicarage – strange disappearances occur. It wasn’t until the gruesome village history was revealed – that the baffled police could solve the chilling mysteries connected to the bell tower.
The fictitious villager’s characters play a colourful and humorous part…
Black Widow: Blood Ties
Raised in a city where drug dealers walk the streets and murder awaits you around every corner, becoming a cop seemed like the perfect choice for Andrew Jamison. As a cop, he could clean up the streets and keep his younger brother safe.
It didn’t take long for Andrew to learn that criminals have more rights than the victims. That a simple mistake or lack of evidence can allow the guilty to walk free. So,…