Who says crime doesn't pay?
Meet Bobby Custer - He's psychotic, narcissistic, psychopathic, greedy... and always charming.
Disbarred and out of jail, Bobby takes a unique path. But as the bodies begin to pile up you have to wonder if there isn't something about him that's just not... right.
Chilling and action packed, the Corridor Man series exposes a dark and violent undercurrent just beneath the surface of "perfectly legal and above board."
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"The author has nailed it. The all too dark side of our legal industry, and the type of character we're all too afraid to admit exists" The Dirty Lowdown
"A combination of Breaking Bad and House of Cards. A collection of sinister, disturbing thrillers that are bound to keep you awake at night." Above the Law
"It just goes on and on, I can't put them down. A fantastic series." Crime Scene
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"Best page turning book about an immoral guy you'll ever want to read."
"Bobby Custer has no redeeming ...
After moving far away from her former life to start a new one in New York City, Rebecca Thorne soon discovers that no number of miles is enough to heal her troubled mind. A journalist at the Manhattan Report, she keeps herself busy as she tries desperately to move on from the terrible tragedy that plagues her past. Though she's met with her loyal therapist for years, she still struggles to find peace with memories that trigger PTSD episodes.
When another tragedy strikes too close to home, Rebecca no longer has the luxury of trying to hide or heal from her past. Love gone wrong and a terrible accident has left her in constant fear of her manipulative and controlling ex-boyfriend, as relentless visions from the day of the accident move from her nightmares into her daily life.
Who can she turn to when danger approaches? Is she simply overreacting, as her therapist believes, or is she receiving signs from someone that wants revenge?
(b)How well do you really know your neighbors?(/b)
College student Jake Howell is enjoying the last weekend of summer before heading back to school. He's lived next door to the Meyers for years, and on the surface they seem to be an average family living in the suburbs. That is, until one night when Jake is awakened by an altercation between Lori and Bill Meyer.
Bill knows what he saw, and now Jake has to decide if he will stay quiet or go to the police. Jake unwittingly uncovers a dark secret that will change the course of his life, putting him on an unexpected path that will bring him face to face with the dark side of human nature.
On that path, he will learn a scary truth: that evil is sometimes hiding in plain sight.