Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Slade Crawford is a hero who served his country for twenty-four years. Caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, he finds himself a fugitive in his own country and flees the US for the wilds of Africa for a chance at a new life.

Bruno Johnson has been a cop, a convict, and a fugitive. Now hidden away in paradise with his pregnant wife, Marie, and his family of rescued children, life is good — until one of their kids is attacked right under their noses. The international outlaw motorcycle gang, Sons of Satan, want Bruno dead. Throwing caution to the wind Bruno plans to return to the USA to settle this once and for all.

When it rains, it pours, and no one knows this better than Bruno Johnson.  On his first day on the job with the L.A. County Sheriff Violence Crimes detective unit, he finds out he is a father, when his ex-girlfriend hands him the baby girl she claims he fathered. While working a deep undercover operation, he starts to think he has been played.

P.I. Rick Cahill gets a call from his former girlfriend, Kim, who asks him to investigate her husband to see if he is having an affair. As he follows her husband Jeffrey around, Rick's life gets more and more complicated — things like missing women, old vendettas and a safe, hidden in the floor of his father's house.

Give Up the Dead

It is another brutal Northeastern winter in New Hampshire, and the cold weather and shoveling snow only add to Jay Porter's misery.  He lives in a small apartment above a service station and works for his friend Tom, an antique dealer. Tom is ready to retire and if Jay could afford to buy Tom out, he would take over the business. However, his current situation does not allow any extras.