A Time Among The Shadows is a fusion of Crime thriller and Science Fiction. Set in real world Nigeria, Alex Weyinmi, a brilliant but disillusioned ex CID officer finds himself on the trail of a mysterious killer. A killer that can jump through time and space S.E.A.D: Special Executions And Defensive Unit(introduced early in book two). A mysterious government agency equally on the trail of the killer. With help from Doctor Keziah Graceman, a scientist with S.E.A.D(a clandestine government organization)and the precognitive Doctor Faith, Alex will confront his deepest fears and come to question the nature of evil and human perception of reality.
It’s December 31 and as midnight approaches, the world prepares to enter into the New Year. But 3 find themselves trapped in the final moments of 2019. The world as they know it goes insane as reality, time and space collide. As they struggle to make sense of the madness around them, they seek to find a way out. Enter a world where nothing is as it seems. Where yesterday and today are one and the same in this redemptive parable wrapped in a mind-bending ride.
Eva Maundy finds her assistant is dead, and she's the sole suspect. Questions uncover mysteries and dark things come to light. Perhaps she's not as innocent as she thinks. There's more at work here than meets the eye.
Join me on the trail of a virus unknown to mankind. Difficult in terms of detection yet adroit in transmission. The virus ultimately meets its carrier and suddenly ignites chaos. Even though this has never happened before; But can the carrier also be the cure? *Never judge a book by its cover. CLICK TO FIND OUT ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~SNIPPET~ I then retrieve the keys to my grey Lamborghini Veneno, mentally picturing my sweet ride to school. I open the front door breathing in some fresh air while chanting positive vibes. (Today's going to be splendid. Nightmares can't ruin your day, never have and never will.) Just as I'm about to step out, I hear a masculine voice. "Good to see you, neighbour." I cringe. (oh no!)
Join me on the trail of a virus unknown to mankind. Difficult in terms of detection yet adroit in transmission. The virus ultimately meets its carrier and suddenly ignites chaos. Even though this has never happened before; But can the carrier also be the cure? *Never judge a book by its cover. CLICK TO FIND OUT ***************************** ~SNIPPET~ "Wow! Thank you. By the way, your form says it all" I roll my eyes, inviting my 'uninvited' guest inside my humble abode. "What a lovely house you've got here." she then turns to Xavier. "And lad too." he smiles innocently. "He is eleven, you know. Xavier, can you go to your room till I call for you?" I say "Okay, mum." he sarcastically replies. I roll my eyes 'again'.
With an election coming up and the change from martial law to democracy, ex president Steven Colescott has a lot on his plate. Things only get worse when he learns at a rally that his daughter Martha has been murdered. Determined to find her murder Steven embarks on a journey backed by the army. When all his suspect’s end up mysteriously dead Steven begins to believe the army is behind it. That the army has murdered his daughter in cold blood in hopes of gaining Steven sympathy votes. Steven decides to take a stand and hold a campaign against army marrial law administrator John Roberts, only to discover that Roberts has been murdered. If things weren’t bad before this is when all hell breaks lose as the country goes into a riot and Steven is arrested for homicide. Knowing he’s innocent he can’t help but think who framed him. And most importantly if the army wasn’t behind the murder if Martha, who was? Synopsis- As a new election begins, ex president Steven Colescott learns of the death of his daughter Martha during a rally on the change of martial law to that if democracy. Determined to find her killer, Stevens mission is supported by the army. All efforts seem to be in vain as the suspects they do obtain mysteriously begin dying. Within Stevens mind things begin to unravel as it comes to his knowledge that the army murdered Martha to gain sympathy votes for Steven. With this information I’m mind Steven decided to hold a campaign agains army martial laws administrator John Roberts. When Roberts is also found murdered a riot breaks lose throughout the country and Steven is arrested for the homicide of General John Roberts. The next on the list for martial law admin lands on Steven’s wife General Alicia Fisher. Two years pass and Stevens in now in jail alongside his wife. The women who confesses to be the reason behind multiple deaths and his own personal demise. All for the power that she would gain with both her husband and General John Roberts our of the way.
Some call him The Illusionist, others call him The Dreamer, he weaves whatever fantasy he desires and plunges you right into it; your worst fear, your dearest ambition…they are all in the palm of his hand to use as he pleases. While you are in another reality he hits with a force you never expect, and you return to this dimension to brood over your wounds, but by that time he is long gone. The Illusionist is a story of a boy, Lekan, who discovers he has a strange ability to create false realities. Born into abject poverty with an abusive father, Lekan begins to use his illusions as a way to get away from a difficult life.
30% off till 31st May Book Synopsis Deadly. Mercenary. Superhuman. Not your ordinary math geek. Cas Russell is good at math. Scary good. The vector calculus blazing through her head lets her smash through armed men twice her size and dodge every bullet in a gunfight. She can take any job for the right price and shoot anyone who gets in her way. As far as she knows, she’s the only person around with a superpower . . . but then Cas discovers someone with a power even more dangerous than her own. Someone who can reach directly into people’s minds and twist their brains into Moebius strips. Someone intent on becoming the world’s puppet master. Someone who’s already warped Cas’s thoughts once before, with her none the wiser. Cas should run. Going up against a psychic with a god complex isn’t exactly a rational move, and saving the world from a power-hungry telepath isn’t her responsibility. But she isn’t about to let anyone get away with violating her brain — and besides, she’s got a small arsenal and some deadly mathematics on her side. There’s only one problem . . . She doesn’t know which of her thoughts are her own anymore.
Book Synopsis When new graduate Yuki Kashizawa moves to London for her PhD, she is certainly not expecting to be dragged into a mystery. At the Deverex Tower, an ultra-modern skyscraper and her new home, Yuki bumps into the extravagant Rupert Howards. He involves her in his personal investigation on the building’s former owner, Edwin Deverex, a brilliant scientist who vanished into thin air years before. The prime suspect, Ayleen Marker, hides more than one secret, and the connection between the enigmatic past told in her dreams and Deverex’s disappearance is unlike anything Yuki and Rupert could ever imagine. The investigation takes an alarming turn when Rupert discovers that the Deverex Tower’s hidden technological wonders have fallen into the wrong hands… Excerpt: When Yuki stepped off the plane, she inhaled deeply, taking the first breath of a new and hopefully exciting chapter in her life. She was finally free, even if it did come with a little jet lag. She walked out of the Heathrow Airport baggage claim area dragging along a black trolley and looked around until she spotted a man holding a sign with her name among the waiting crowd. “Miss Yuki Kashizawa?” the man asked with a markedly Irish accent as she approached him. “Yes, that’s me,” she answered with a tired but cordial smile. “Welcome to England,” the man went on, stretching out his right hand. “Conor Doherty. I was sent to drive you to the Deverex Tower.” “Thank you,” Yuki said, shaking hands with him. “Pleased to meet you.” The driver nodded and smiled, then insisted she let him carry her baggage. “Pardon my curiosity,” the man asked as he placed her trolley into the cab’s trunk. “Aren’t you by any chance related to Mr Yutaka Kashizawa?” “Yes,” she nodded, slightly embarrassed but amused. She had been asked that same question several times as of late. It felt a bit like being related to a rock star. “I’m his daughter.” “Ah, there you go. I thought so. I mean, you’re so young, and given your family name and that you’re going to the Deverex Tower…” “You guessed right,” Yuki confirmed, getting in the cab. She didn’t think she was all that young at the age of twenty-five. The cab driver got in too, then he hastily rubbed his hands and turned the engine on. “So, your father is the heir of the famous scientist Edwin Deverex, isn’t he?” he said. He had struck her immediately as a very chatty but likeable man. “I bet you everyone in the world envies him! I mean, he got millions of pounds, mansions, houses, steel plants, research labs—and the Deverex Tower! The news of the inheritance travelled around the world.” “So it did,” Yuki answered, not knowing what else to say. “Forgive my lack of discretion, miss,” he went on as he drove away from the airport, “but I didn’t know Mr Deverex had relatives in Japan. In fact, I thought he didn’t have relatives at all—well, he was such a lonely bloke, no one really knew much about him, but—” “Indeed he didn’t,” Yuki interrupted him. “Mr Deverex and my father weren’t related. They were close friends.” “Ah, I see. I wish I had a friend so close he’d leave me such a fortune!” he said with a loud laugh. According to what her father had always told Yuki, Edwin Deverex had always been lonely and reserved. He had only very few friends, and eventually, he had completely stopped keeping in touch with most of them. Yutaka Kashizawa was a physicist, and when he still worked in London, he had been one of Edwin’s professors. Young Deverex had shown extraordinary talent in a number of scientific subjects already as a child. He was as ingenious as he was tormented, and had been Yutaka’s protégé. Professor Kashizawa had always been very close to Edwin, particularly after his parents—Paul and Grace Deverex—were killed in a tragic car crash, leaving behind a vast industrial and financial empire. However, the only thing Edwin had ever cared about was his research. Unlike his father, Edwin was no manager and had left it up to an army of suits and ties to look after his wealth—the very same people who, four years after Edwin’s disappearance, would now continue managing the Deverex empire on behalf of its new owner, Yutaka Kashizawa. “If I may, miss: What brings you to the Deverex Tower?” the driver inquired further, after a short pause. “I’ll be living there for a few years,” she answered. “For the duration of my doctoral studies at least.” “No kidding! You’re going to live in the world’s tallest building! Congratulations! You’re really lucky, miss!” She was really lucky indeed. Yuki had applied for several positions as a mathematics doctoral student in several universities around the world. After long waiting, only Tokyo University and the London King’s College had accepted her application. Yuki’s mother, Misako, had lost more than one night of sleep at the thought of her ‘beloved child’—her only child—leaving Japan to go and live God knew where and with whom. She had spent a few weeks pushing Yuki to accept the position Tokyo University was offering her. A PhD abroad would have been the perfect occasion for Yuki to finally leave her parents’ nest and test her wings, but for some time, she had been tempted to give in to her mother’s plea. She could have spared herself a transcontinental move and all the troubles of living on her own, but then, unexpectedly, her father had inherited Edwin Deverex’s entire fortune. As the new owner of the Deverex Tower, Yutaka had been able to arrange her free accommodations in the skyscraper, leaving her no more excuses to stay in her comfort zone and finally convincing her to accept the PhD position in London.