A murder in the pristine streets of Northern Virginia leaves Detective Ian McLarry scratching his head in his search for clues. A body pulled from the cold grip of the Potomac River, a suspect entangled in a web of weapon smuggling, and a mysterious assassin has Ian scrambling for the aid of his blood-bound kin: a fellow detective and a CIA operative from the halls of Langley headquarters. The stakes are high, and the results prove life-altering and rife with the icy fingers of death.
It's a cross-country symphony of crime, complete with a covert operation wrapped in the shadows and a detective on a journey to save his moral compass and find the killer.
"No Questions/No Lies" is a feverish whirlwind through the underbelly of suspense, leaving you questioning your certainties and wondering just how deep the rabbit hole of law enforcement's finest goes.
A raiding Norse pirate rapes a young girl in 9th century Connacht, Ireland, and leaves her for dead. Shamed by her pregnancy and wanting a life without the label of Norse for her child, Ceara makes her way south to Ceann Coradh. On her journey, she has a dream about Scathach, a mythical warrior woman. Ceara dies giving life to her son, Scolai, and the story of her dream will follow her son and his heirs for centuries to come.
Scolai grows up to be a Dal gCais warrior in the service of Lorcain, the King of Tuadmumuh. His son, Daigh, and his grandson Laoghaire follow in his footsteps to become Dal gCais warriors.
Conall, the son of Laoghaire, is a true warrior, called a giant by some due to his size and might, and known to be a ferocious fighter with both his axe and sword. His skill with his weapons, combined with a violent temper, frightens friend and foe alike as he becomes known across the island.
It’s the year 2245, and an alien civilization on the planet Dar'Wan is threatened with annihilation as their Dwarf galaxy, the Perdone, is on course to collide with an arm of the Milky Way in 500 years. Their prime target for the safe relocation of the Dar’Wannian population? Earth!
The nations of Earth are offered a choice—relocate to a new planet or be driven off Earth by the Dar'Wannians. The war begins with Earth space stations being attacked and thousands of human prisoners taken to Dar'Fost, 20 light years away.
Darce Gannon and Jason O'Leary team up with Tetra Harmon as they resurrect an old fighter, the Blue Wolf, and begin a mission to save the imprisoned humans and destroy the Dar'Wannians' ability to invade Earth, and make humans leave their home planet forever.
Will Gannon, O’Leary, and Harmon face the task of a lifetime!
In the autumn of 1991, a young girl disappears from a Cleveland Heights, Ohio neighborhood.
Over the course of the next several years, along the interstate 90 corridor between Toledo, Ohio, and Albany, New York, a number of young girls disappear without a trace.
To Probe a Beating Heart is a fictional, but realistic study in the creation of a killer. A monster that must be stopped and if the authorities cannot make that happen, the Clann will.
A young Brandon watches the classic Frankenstein movie and begins to sink into an ever deepening spiral of dark fantasies and fear. Reality and celluloid paranoia blend as he loses his father to a hit and run driver and his mother to her own mental hell. Alone, but determined to escape the fate of his fears Brandon moves to D.C. to kill his demons, but which ones are real?
Killing His Fear takes place almost entirely in the District of Columbia. This is Wren's second book about a serial killer. It is a work of fiction, but the events are well within the realm of possibility. Brandon may be on a track to coming out of his hellish spiral, or he may be boring deeper into oblivion.
Darryl's Reunion is the story of a young boy, killed in his first year of high school. His murder goes unsolved for nineteen years. The interest of the town's newest detective is drawn because it is an unsolved murder and peaked when he finds out the victim's intended graduating class from the local high school is holding it's fifteenth year reunion. Detective Ian McLarry meets with the reunion committee and begins asking questions. "We know who did it," claim the committee members, "We just can't prove it."
As detective McLarry begins his investigation, one of the committee members begins their own plan to find justice.