Bad to the Bones
Let sleeping dogs lie
When Evan Buckley’s latest client ends up swinging on a rope, he’s ready to call it a day. But he’s an awkward cuss with a soft spot for a sad story and he takes on one last job—a child and husband who disappeared ten years ago. It’s a long-dead investigation that everybody wants to stay that way, but he vows to uncover the truth—and in the process, kick into touch the demons who come to torment him every night.
Some things are best left forgotten
Maverick Private Investigator Evan Buckley is no stranger to self-induced mayhem—but even he’s mystified by the jam college buddy Jesse Springer has got himself into. When Jesse shows up with a wad of explicit photographs that arrived in the mail, Evan finds himself caught up in the most bizarre case of blackmail he’s ever encountered—Jesse swears blind he can’t remember a thing about it.
Sins of the Father
You reap what you sow
Fifty years ago, Frank Hanna made a mistake. He’s never forgiven himself. Nor has anybody else for that matter. Now the time has come to atone for his sins, and he hires maverick PI Evan Buckley to peel back fifty years of lies and deceit to uncover the tragic story hidden underneath. Trouble is, not everybody likes a happy ending and some very nasty people are out to make sure he doesn’t succeed.
No Rest For The Wicked
Ain’t no such thing as free
When an armed gang on the run from a botched robbery that left a man dead invade an exclusive luxury hotel buried in the mountains of upstate New York, maverick P.I. Evan Buckley has got his work cut out. He just won a trip for two and was hoping for a well-earned rest. But when the gang takes Evan’s partner Gina hostage along with the other guests and their spirited seven-year-old daughter, he can forget any kind of rest.
Death is not the end
After Levi Stone shows private-eye Evan Buckley a picture of his wife Lauren in the arms of another man, Evan quickly finds himself caught up in Lauren’s shadowy past. The things he unearths force Levi to face the bitter truth—that he never knew his wife at all—or any of the dark secrets that surround her mother’s death and the disappearance of her father, and soon Evan’s caught in the middle of a lethal vendetta.
Be careful what you wish for
Haunted by the unsolved disappearance of his wife Sarah, PI Evan Buckley loses himself in other people’s problems. But when Sarah’s scheming and treacherous friend Carly shows up promising new information, the past and present collide violently for Evan. He knows he can’t trust her, but he hasn’t got a choice when she confesses what she’s done, leaving Sarah prey to a vicious gang with Old Testament ideas about crime and punishment.
The Road To Deliverance
There will be no turning back
Evan Buckley’s wife Sarah went to work one day and didn’t come home. He’s been looking for her ever since. The Road To Deliverance is her story. A chilling lesson in the life-shattering consequences of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, of how a seemingly trivial decision made in the space of one vengeful second can set you on a road from which there will be no return.
What would you give in exchange for your soul?
While PI Evan Buckley is down in Florida unearthing a litany of death and destruction, Kate Guillory battles with her own demons in her search for salvation. As their paths converge, each of them must make an impossible choice that stretches conscience and tests courage, and in the end demands sacrifice—what would you give to get what you want?
Better than no justice at all
After a woman last seen alive twenty years ago turns up dead, PI Evan Buckley heads off to a small town on the Maine coast where he unearths a series of brutal unsolved murders. The more he digs, the more the evidence points to a far worse crime, leaving him facing an impossible dilemma – disclose the terrible secrets he’s uncovered or assume the role of hanging judge and dispense a rough justice of his own.
Touch evil and evil touches you back
When PI Evan Buckley stops for a young girl huddled at the side of the road on a deserted stretch of highway, it’s clear she’s running away from someone or something. Angry and hostile, then scared and vulnerable, he’s almost relieved when she runs out on him in the middle of the night. Except he has a nasty premonition that he hasn’t heard the last of her. Nor does it take long before he’s proved horribly right.
A Long Time Coming
Revenge is a dish best served cold
They told him his wife hanged herself in a mental asylum. Now a different woman is in her grave and PI Evan Buckley has got a stolen psychiatric report in his hand and a tormented scream in his head. Someone is lying to him. With his own sanity at stake, he joins forces with a disgraced ex-CIA agent on a journey to confront the past and the aftermath of a forgotten war, where memories are long and grievances still raw.
Legacy Of Lies
What you don’t know can’t hurt you
Twenty years ago, Detective Kate Guillory’s father committed suicide. Nobody has ever told her why. Now a man is stalking her. When PI Evan Buckley takes on the case, his search leads him to the coal mining mountains of West Virginia and the hostile aftermath of a malignant cult abandoned decades earlier, digging deeper into the unsolved crimes committed there to discover the stalker’s bitter grudge against Kate.
Dig Two Graves
Revenge proves its own executioner
Boston heiress Arabella Carlson has been in hiding for thirty years. Now she’s trying to make it back home. When PI Evan Buckley is hired by her family to find her and bring her home safe before the killers hunting her get lucky, he finds there’s more than money at stake as he opens up old wounds, peeling back a lifetime of lies and deceit. Someone’s about to learn a painful lesson the hard way: Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.
Ask not for a lighter burden
When PI Evan Buckley delves into an unsolved bank robbery from forty years ago that everyone wants to forget, he soon learns it’s anything but what it seems to be. From the other-wordly beauty of Caddo Lake and the East Texas swamps to the bright lights and cheap thrills of Rehoboth Beach, he follows the trail of a nameless killer. Always one step behind, he discovers that there are no limits to the horrific crimes men’s greed drives them to commit, not constrained by law or human decency.
The Judas Gate
Betrayal is the only truth that sticks
When a young boy’s remains are found in a shallow grave on land belonging to PI Evan Buckley’s avowed enemy, the monster Carl Hendricks, the police are desperate for Evan’s help in solving a case that’s been dead in the water for the past thirteen years. Hendricks is dying, and Evan is the only person he’ll share his deathbed confession with. Except Evan knows Hendricks of old. Did he really kill the boy? And if so, why does he want to confess to Evan?
For it is written, vengeance is mine
When upcoming country music star Taylor Harris hires a private investigator to catch her cheating husband, she gets a lot more than she bargained for. He says he’s found a curse on her life, a blood feud hanging over her for thirty years. But when he disappears, it’s down to PI Evan Buckley to pick up the pieces. Was the threat real? And if so, did it disappear along with the crooked investigator? Or did it just get worse?
To err is human
When PI Evan Buckley’s mentor, Elwood Crow, asks a simple favor of him – to review a twenty-year-old autopsy report – there’s only one thing Evan can be sure of: simple is the one thing it won’t be. As he heads off to Cape Ann on the Massachusetts coast Evan soon finds himself on the trail of a female serial killer, and the more he digs, the more two questions align themselves. Why has the connection not been made before? And is Crow’s interest in finding the truth or in saving his own skin?
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A Psychological Thriller
Ralph Da Silva has screwed up. Big time. He’s had four Tequilas too many for lunch and now he thinks he might have killed somebody—somebody important. Somebody with a lot of very unpleasant friends. The question is—can he get himself out of the country before they strap him to a chair and get the electrodes out. One thing is certain—he can’t afford to make another bad call.