TJ Turner is an award-winning novelist, a historian, a research scientist, and a federal Agent. He has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and Material Science from Cornell University. As a reserve military officer, he served three tours in Afghanistan and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal twice (2013 and 2017). Angel in the Fog is Turner’s third novel and a prequel to Lincoln’s Bodyguard and Land of Wolves. Turner’s novels have one won the Darrell Award for Best Mid-South Novel, the International Book Award for Historical Fiction, the Best Book Award for Historical Fiction, and the Military Writers of America Silver Medal. Turner lives in central Ohio, with his wife, Nancy, and three children.
South of Shiloh is a pulse-pounding thriller from a master of the genre—a story that uses a popular national pastime as the springboard for a page-turning read.
The McKennas, their two farmhands, and the Union soldiers all vanish, never to be seen again.
Dr. Donald Brammer, a professor of psychology and the paranormal, challenges his students to uncover the truth of what happened at the McKenna farm nearly 150 years earlier. Dr. Brammer and four of his graduate students prepare for an in-depth investigation of the mysterious happenings on the farm.
Armed with the best state-of-art equipment available, including infrared thermal scanners and EMF detectors, the group sets up camp at the farm. Their goal is to make contact with the spirits so they can interrogate them. Despite all their training, the team cant possibly anticipate what will happen next. They are about to embark on an incredible journey across time, one filled with intrigue and suspense.
If they have any hope of survival, the five-member group will need to pull together using all their wits and teamworkand hope that will be enough to get them through this.
Years later, Joseph is still running from his past when he receives a letter from Lincoln pleading for help. The President has a secret mission. Pursued from the outset, Joseph turns to the only person who might help, the woman he abandoned years earlier. If he can win Molly over, he might just fulfill the President’s urgent request, find his daughter, and maybe even return peace to the war-torn country.
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Instead, Joseph and Molly strike the Consortium in their own safe haven of New York City. In a Bonnie and Clyde-like twist, they rob from the Consortium to draw out their leader—General Dorsey. But the hidden plan reveals more than they counted on, exposing the true intention to steal the Black Hills and the gold underneath from the Lakota Sioux. Land of Wolves traverses the American landscape, where only a full reconciliation with Joseph’s native heritage and a cast of characters ripped from history—including Lincoln—can bring true peace and stop General Dorsey and the evil Industrial Consortium.
But when Wade stumbles upon the first clue, he finds himself beset by players willing to kill to take this ultimate prize. The race is on, and if Wade's going to survive, he'll have to win—and confront the real world he's always been so desperate to escape.