The White Boy

Quinn Becker doesn’t believe in ghosts. Or coincidences. That changes when his five-year-old son, Drew, tells him about the “white boy” who visits him at night. As Drew’s encounters with the white boy escalate, Quinn and his wife, Mel, are forced to decipher what is real and what is the product of their son’s vivid imagination. As the family searches for answers, they discover a link to a 40-year-old mystery and a connection to Quinn’s own past. But the most unsettling discovery is that the white boy is only the beginning. A much more menacing threat is coming.

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The PThe-Prison-Guard's-Son-Web-Smallrison Guard’s Son (Mr. Finn #3)

Search for monsters long enough and you might become one.

Thirty years ago Jacob Vance and Raymond Turner committed a gruesome crime that shocked a small West Virginia town. Only nine years old themselves, they kidnapped and murdered four-year-old Josh Baker. The two boys were quickly arrested, tried and convicted, but were released with new identities after serving only eight years for the crime. Now, the victim’s father has hired Finn Harding to find his son’s killers so he can levy the justice that was denied so long ago.

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Scar Tissue (Mr. Finn #2)

Everyone pays for their mistakes. Some pay more than others. 

When Finn discovers an acquaintance, Dr. Daryl Jennings, is entangled in a fentanyl smuggling operation, he negotiates a deal with the head of an Indianapolis criminal organization to earn the doctor’s freedom. But freedom doesn’t come cheap. To fulfill his obligation, Finn must locate an anonymous criminal banker who skipped town with $5 million of the organization’s money. But how do you find a man with no name, no identity, and no known location?

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The Shadow Broker (Mr. Finn #1)

When finding criminals is your business, it’s easy to make a killing.

Finn Harding (Mr. Finn to his clients) specializes in finding people who don’t want to be found. Stripped of his PI license, Finn begins working for the type of clientele who work in the shadows, pay in cash, and don’t care if he’s licensed or not. Finn is about to find out that working with criminals has its advantages. Staying alive isn’t one of them.

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Between the Lines

See how various authors use the same first and last lines in this unique anthology. 

Bram Stoker Award-winning editor and author Michael Knost gave multiple authors a unique task–craft a story using the same first and last lines. This anthology is the amazing results.

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