But this powerful Taoist sorceror is not ... quite ... dead.
Love Indiana Jones? Love Jack Burton? Then you will love this.
If I could give 6 stars, I would. YEP! - Garfield Whyte
Jeremy Wang is still smarting from being academically disgraced by his room mate, Brett East. But now Jeremy needs to enlist Brett’s help - because he’s found something ... a clue.
A clue to unravel one of history's greatest mysteries.
Where is the Tomb of the First Emperor of China?
A fiend so foul, he slaughtered entire civilisations in his insane quest to conquer the known world and form the mighty empire that bears his name to this day.
To discover the Elixir of Life and defeat Death herself.
To rise again and conquer Heaven.
By day, Felix Long is a Technical Writer who specialises in bringing scientific research to as wide an audience as possible by breaking complex concepts into their constituent components and reassembling them in a more pleasing form.
By night, Felix dons mask and cape to write fiction based on solid fact and plausible conjecture.
The SeaOx ended with Andre Laurent witnessing Pelling and Ruth attempting to escape. Laurent went aboard Pelling’s boat, the Bijou, docked at a marina in Lisbon and shot Pelling in the right wrist and the left knee. He then drugged Pelling and Ruth, tied them both, leaving them unconscious for the Lisbon police. When the authorities finally go aboard the Bijou, no one was there. Now the Sûreté, led by Lieutenant Bizet, are hot on Pelling’s trail—a transcontinental chase that takes them to Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, and back to Europe.
ETA rogue assassin Teddy Pelling, wanted by Sûreté for murder and kidnapping, is heading to Caymans with his millions. Always one step ahead of the authorities, Pelling and his two sexy companions, Ruth and Ida, embark on a dangerous game of cat and mouse to continually elude the police. Now it’s a race against time to ensure that neither the Sûreté nor the ETA is able to find Pelling. His only objective is to save his millions and to get rid of any obstacles that stand in his way.
The rooftop reception on the skyscraper in
lower Manhattan is an elegant affair right up until the moment the murders
occur. With the lives of sixty-three of his friends and business associates
snuffed out in one horrifying blink of an eye, the wealthy and enigmatic
Jonathan Strickland boards a dangerous roller coaster ride of a lifetime in
this clever, nail biting who-done-it.
Following the nebulous clues left behind at
the scene of the crime, Strickland finds himself kidnapped and taken to a
clandestine meeting in the middle of the Syrian dessert beneath the ancient
ruins of one of the oldest civilizations known to man. The lines between good
and evil blur as the suspect list narrows. Strickland races against time to
find the invisible killers who have even more carnage in mind; they call their
sinister plan the Joshua Effect.
Strickland also struggles with the essence of
a life thrown into question by the gnawing epiphany that he is losing the one
thing which actually gives his existence meaning. All of his fantastic
achievements pale when compared with the desire to possess the love of the one
woman who can understand him - but who can never be with the man he is.
As the clock ticks relentlessly forward to a
catastrophe of truly Biblical proportions, the hunt for those responsible nears
its climax. From a brazen gun battle among the rich and famous in the exotic
streets of glamorous Miami Beach to the discovery of the secretive Catskills
hideaway of a reclusive scientist in upstate New York, the thrilling ride never
All the while the personal war inside
Strickland rages on. Who is he? More importantly, who will he end up becoming?
For a man who thought he had everything, why does he suddenly find his life so
For Jonathan, the revelation that a life with
nothing in it worth dying for isn't much worth living shakes the very core of
his being. Then why does it feel so right? The Joshua Effect is a taut,
suspense filled page turner with a stunner around every corner.