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So here are the books. Click on the links or the books themselves to go to the download page.
A professional killer will always have enemies. It comes with the territory.
But this time it’s different. This time, the hunter is also the hunted. Rodin is thrown into a game where the rules make no sense.
Rodin’s search for the truth leads to deceit and torture as control starts to slipping away.
Control is the first stand-alone story from the Dominions series. To download your copy, click here.
When Haven’s long-range sensors reported unfamiliar signals out on the rim, there was no immediate panic. It was probably nothing more than a glitch. But protocol demanded an investigation, so a crew was dispatched.
The crew never returned.
The rescue mission found their abandoned craft a few days later, but storm stopped them probing any further.
And so they never found evidence of the stowaway. They never followed the trail into the gully.
They never discovered if the crew lived or died. Or if something worse happened.
Shadowlair is a prequel novella to the Shadows series. To download your copy, click here.
In the brutal, lawless world of the districts, everyone is out for themselves. Enemies, real or perceived, are to be cut down—often literally. And when they aren’t prepared to do the deed themselves, they call in an assassin. Like Rodin.
But Rodin isn’t a simple thug with a blade. He’s a professional, kills with certainty, avoids collateral damage.
And he’s smart. Smart enough to know that his job makes him a target. Smart enough to sense when he’s being played.
But is he smart enough to escape? Because if he can’t, he’ll pay with his life.
Recompense is an exclusive Dominions novella, unavailable in the normal ebook stores. To download your copy, click here.
These ebooks are available in different file formats—.mobi (for Kindles), .epub (for other e-readers), and .pdf. I use a company called Bookfunnel to deliver these files, and if you have any issues downloading, their tech experts should be able to guide you through the process. If you have any other problems, please let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll do whatever I can to help.