T.J Spade has two fascinations: Indiana Jones and the macabre. After trying to be Indy for a while and earning a Bachelor degree in Archaeological Practice, T.J is now satisfying interest number two by plotting murder ... on paper only of course.
Crime-lover T.J. Spade's Everett Files make a great gift pack for the modern paranormal reader. With light touches of humour, romance and intrigue, these books bring Raymond Chandler-style mysteries into the 21st century.
Kensei Tucker is a survivor. Ten years ago, she and four other college students were abducted and tortured by the serial killer, ‘Nightmare’. Kensei was the only survivor of this terrifying ordeal. Fast forward and Kensei has moved on with life … until her phone rings. It seems that Nightmare is back and has abducted five new girls. Will he finally get what he’s always dreamed of … Kensei Tucker?
Caleb Everett is an artist, a psychic, a police consultant … a fugitive. For as long as he can remember Caleb has been able to see into the minds of murderers – he knows what makes them tick, and he knows what they’re planning … until now. Who can Caleb protect when no-one is safe?
Caleb Everett knows murder. He’s seen inside the minds of psychopaths, sociopaths and the deranged, and witnessed crimes of passion, hate, opportunity and revenge. But Caleb Everett isn’t a profiler or a cop … he’s a psychic. This time around Caleb has two cases demanding his attention; one perpetrator out for revenge and a serial killer sending sinners to Hell at the flick of a match.
Successful artist Caleb Everett is about to play a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with a killer. All his life Caleb has been able to see into the mind of someone moments before they commit murder, but this time a killer is watching Caleb. Working alongside veteran Homicide Detective Jack Rafferty, Caleb now has to use this ability to save himself, and the people closest to him, before time runs out.
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DEBUT authors T.J. Spade and Montana Ash are known here at home as Natasha Boswell and Kimberley Rosevear. The ... read more