Review: The Condor Prophecy

An uprising looms.

A revenge demanded by Inca Gods.

A prophecy must be fulfilled.

In the Andes searching for a lost Inca city, Hiram Kane’s team is infiltrated by two different terrorist factions seeking legendary Inca gold to fund strikes against their enemy. The expedition devolves into the deadliest of treasure hunts and a lethal race against time. When the lives of Kane’s loved ones are threatened, it becomes personal.

Catholics versus Incans. Kane must defeat them both.

Win, and he’ll prevent a new holy war.

Lose, and the ancient prophecy will unleash catastrophe the world over.

Review: The Samurai Code

Expedition leader Hiram Kane is in Japan when the storm of the century hits. He joins the rescue mission as flash floods cause chaos, death and destruction.

Yakuza boss Katashi Goto is retiring from the mob. Before he does, there is one more thing to achieve: revenge over a centuries old enemy.

When their two very different worlds collide, Kane is forced to make a choice. He has always known honour is worth fighting for. When challenged by Katashi, he has to decide if it is also worth dying for.

The Samurai Code is the first instalment of the Hiram Kane adventure series. For fans of Russell Blake and Clive Cussler, Steven Moore’s breakout action thriller will leave you breathless.

Review: The Tiger Temple

A betrayed criminal. A kidnapped child. A deadly race against time.

On the Island of the Gods, expedition leader Hiram Kane is on holiday after a long season guiding in the Peruvian Andes.

When a good friend’s greed leads him to betray Bali’s most notorious gangster, their peaceful community is left shell-shocked after the six-year-old daughter of its leader gets kidnapped in a vicious and violent raid.

What follows is a whirlwind race across the paradise island to rescue the girl before “The Rooster” takes his sadistic revenge, and with the waking giant of volcanic Mt. Agung threatening to destroy them all, Kane risks everything to prevent a devastating tragedy.

Review: Patient Zero

Emma keeps having those recurring dreams of her parents holding her since she was two years old. Just like in the previous dreams, she sees a zombie, and it seems as if her parents are trying to help it by coming up with a vaccine.

Flashback to the past when her parents died in a car accident, the FBI is hard at work in trying to piece their own puzzle to find the lab which Emma’s parents ran. Reaching the venue, they discover another zombie. The new situation creates a panic and fear that grips everyone as they scramble to figure out what’s going on.

After a discussion with the FBI, Mrs. Norris is sucked up much deeper within the plot, and the situation gets ever more intense. Without any rhyme or reason, more people could be infected in times ahead.
More truths are revealed about Emma’s past. Some of the questions are answered, but more questions begin to emerge in this sequel.
The zombie virus strand is complicated and diverse. While some of these creatures are harmless, others are out for blood. Mrs. Norris reveals the secret to Emma, and Ben also finds out the long-hidden truth.

This pause-resister sequel will have you bound to your seat in anticipation of what’s to come next. Is Mrs. Norris at risk of being infected? Will Emma be able to keep it together or will the circumstances overwhelm her? The team must stay focused and work closely with each other if they are to survive.

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Review: Before the Outbreak

Virus Z, the series. Before the Outbreak. Book one. A short story.

Emma Johnson is 12 years old. She lives with her aunt and her two cousins, as her parents died when she was two years old. At home, she is treated more like a servant than a member of the family.

She often thinks about her parents, who were both virologists and worked on secret government projects. She wonders what really happened to them. A few theories exist as to the real cause of their disappearance and if they really are dead.

Possessing a keen interest in science, one day she discovers something unusual using the school lab’s microscope. The find startles everyone, especially her science teacher, Mrs. Norris, who tells her to keep the matter a secret for the time being.

Virus Z is an original zombie thriller, unlike any zombie story ever written. In this unique and fascinating adventure, our young protagonist must figure out the mysteries that are beginning to emerge. Agencies around her are hiding secrets upon which hinge the survival of mankind.

Emma must forge alliances and get to the bottom of everything to piece the puzzle together, and time is running out. Amid the chaos that ensues and the colossal challenges that lay ahead, she must act swiftly as the fate of the world rests in her hands.

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Review: A Werewolf State of Mind

Anneke’s typical day at the office is thrown into disarray when she finds her next patient is an unwitting werewolf. And it doesn’t end there.

From the moment Caleb Kitt walks into Doctor Anneke Lund’s office for his psychiatry session, she knows his problem isn’t mental. He’s been experiencing night terrors, having violent and bloodthirsty dreams, and waking up naked in strange places. But he’s not losing his mind, as he suspects. He’s actually a werewolf – he just doesn’t know it yet.

Anneke isn’t just a psychiatrist – she’s also an empath, meaning she can read minds, and influence thoughts and behavior. She rarely uses her powers, but recognizes she may have no other choice as Caleb must be convinced of his supernatural status before the next full moon arrives. When it does, though, she finds herself going way beyond her duty of care to ensure Caleb doesn’t hurt or kill anyone when he transforms. But at what cost?

Review: The Keening

“The mist will fall and the keening heard, when the banshee calls none shall be spared.”

The mist has fallen over Killimor, a rural village in Galway, Ireland. Wailing noises are heard in the depth of it, traveling around the town and instilling fear in all who hear it. No one knows what the cause of it is or what it could mean.

No one, that is, except old Malachy O’Neill. He feels that the banshee, who took his wife away many years ago, has returned and is coming for his family once more. The trouble is no one will believe him. Dismissed as a superstitious old man, he has no choice but to watch the horror unfold in front of him.

Can anyone do anything to stop the impending doom, and silence the keening once and for all?

Review: The Broken Heart of Arelium

Some Things Must Never Be Forgotten.

Over 400 years ago, twelve great warriors united the beleaguered armies of men and scoured the war-torn lands of evil, pushing the enemy back into the underground pits and caverns from whence they came. To ensure their legacy, each of the Twelve founded fortress monasteries to impart their unique knowledge of war and politics to a select few, the Knights of the Twelve.

But now the last of the Twelve have long since passed from history to legend and the Knights, their numbers dwindling, are harbouring a dark and terrible secret that must be protected at all costs.

Merad Reed has spent half his life guarding a great crater known as the Pit, yearning for some escape from the bleak monotony. Then the arrival of Aldarin, one of the few remaining Knights of the Twelve, sets off a chain of cataclysmic events that will change Reed forever.

To the north, Jelaïa del Arelium, heiress to the richest of the nine Baronies, must learn to navigate the swirling political currents of her father’s court if she hopes one day to take his place. But the flickering flames of ambition hide the shadow of an even greater threat.

And deep within the earth, something is stirring.

Review: Bridgefinders

We are losing a war we don’t even know is being fought. A war over magic. On one side the Slyph, an immensely powerful magical being who rules the Echo World. On the other, the Bridgefinders, an ancient order of men and women. A war that the humans are losing. When Cendan Key, a new Bridgefinder is discovered, he wants nothing to do with it. But he alone can change the course of a war that has the highest stakes ever, the planet itself.

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