Sela is assigned to be a private gardener for Theodore “Teddy” Woven’s ancestral home. The young gardener soon finds her presence unwelcome as she slowly uncovers the truth about his family’s past. The greatest mystery of all lies not in the house, but with its owner.
Jonah died twice in the same horrible accident that killed his wife. The heroic medical staff revived him both times. Jo discovered afterward he could see and speak with his dead wife. That wasn’t normal, so he coined the term normalish to describe his new reality.
A serial killer stalks a small town for over two years. There only hope lies in the prophecy of a dead gypsy psychic.They await the arrival of the thrice-born man and his familiar to defeat the supernatural murderer that hides in plain sight. Some believe Jo fits that description as the thrice-born man and the spirit of his preternatural wife is his familiar.
Follow the twisted path Jo and Becca take here on the earth and in the astral planes above. Together, they battle with others to do the right thing to end the murderous reign of terror wrought by an ancient evil.
Based on true events, Tree of Lives is a riveting two-track story of a horrific public murder in 1930 that became a long buried family secret. The lost ghost of the murderer, Raymond, roams the earth until his abused great niece, Ruth, a promising artist, confronts her deeply troubled family. It is a story of unfolding forgiveness, survival and triumph over unaddressed trauma as this determined woman navigates her thorny life path. Illustrated.
What if your only way out was a dead end?
When Claire finds herself in an unfamiliar country mansion with no idea how she got there, she just wants to find a way home. Unfortunately for her, the house has other ideas. Doors slam to cut off her escape, and forces of nature seem to be keeping her hostage. With no way to communicate with the outside world, will she ever find a way back to her loved ones?
If you like captivating, spine-chilling mysteries, step inside this creepy country house…
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The initial idea for A World Other Than Her Own came from a glimpse of something I saw on TV. I have no idea what the film or TV show was, but what I saw was a woman waking up in a large house on her own and seeming a little lost. What
happened after that was vastly different from what I ended up writing, but that short scene prompted that question that is behind every story ever written – what if?
Six years ago, Trevor Benton chose between love and power. Now, his wife is dead, and his business is booming. Isolated and surrounded by greed, he finds that dreams are nightmares when reached alone. But, perhaps all hope is not lost. Deep in the woods of Maine, there lies a cabin on an unnamed lake that might be his salvation. Left to him in his wife’s will, it is a mystery to Trevor. The Island of Stone is a land of untouched beauty, but it is not a place to relax. As the sun dips low and the shadows devour the land, dark and ancient secrets blow through the trees, secrets that will change Trevor more than he can imagine.
Targeted Age Group:: young adult, adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
When I started the journey of writing this book, I knew that nature was going to be an essential character. I live in the city now but grew up in a small country town, and part of me yearned for fragrant forests, crystalline waters, and the feel of weather uninhibited. Surrounded by the bustle of people, I also desired a bit of quiet, so isolation would also be a key factor. My previous works have been character-rich and research-heavy. I wanted Island of Stone to be more straightforward with fewer moving parts. There would be few characters, with the lead being a tortured soul. What better way to do that then to make Trevor Benton grieving the death of his wife.
The main ingredients were there- a sad man, alone on an isolated island deep in the wilderness. I could have kept it at that, exploring the realms of grief and isolation, but I am not comfortable in the confines of pure literary fiction. I love fantasy, mystery, and the paranormal just too much not to add that spice, so that flavor is certainly there.
Island of Stone will be the first book in a series. The next installment is in the works and will be available soon.
No matter how challenging the case, psychologist Katherine Fleming never shirks from helping a patient confront a painful issue. With keen powers of observation and a compassionate nature, she applies talent and training to help any troubled soul, but accepting a new patient who happens to be dead adds an unexpected wrinkle.
The first time Detective Jake Sumner of the Sandy Shoals PD spied the old house he sensed the good bones. Little did he know the purchase of the property included an unusual tenant far from resting in peace. Can the new psychologist in town help him treat a ghostly trauma case and stop a murderer from claiming the next victim?
With the aid of a mysterious white cat and a mystic mirror, Katherine and Jake join forces to hunt a killer. Because if the living won’t seek justice for the dead, who will?
“When a string of break-ins rock the small town of Oakton Falls, Ohio, Police Chief Wyatt Ronson is at a loss for what to do. The perpetrator is crafty and the stolen goods are anything but normal. He has a list of missing items, most recently a miniature baby Jesus collectible stolen from a nativity scene. With robbery turned murder, Ronson is left with a dead body and another cold trail of clues. His loving wife, Maria, suggests that he bring in a friend of hers to consult on the case. The problem? This friend is another one of the paranormal practitioners his wife has been spending a small fortune on and Ronson isn’t convinced they aren’t all charlatans. Maria insists that this guy is the real deal and reluctantly, he agrees to hire Seymour Masterson, a thirty-something with a sweet tooth and an eye for finely tailored clothes. Ronson’s disbelief in the paranormal and Masterson’s own misgivings about small-town police work make the pair mix together like oil and water.
Armed with a dead man’s cane and an over-inflated ego from his time working in Los Angeles, Seymour sets off to find the killer and prove to the Chief that there is something to all of this medium business. That is, if Ronson will ever let him talk to a suspect alone. After several plates of vanilla wafers, legendary chicken wings, a collision with some lawn ornaments and a first date with Beatrice, the Chief’s secretary who he may or may not be marrying, Seymour is realizing that working for the OFPD is exhausting. He is surprised to find out that Ronson isn’t as dumb as he looks and Seymour might just need his help after all. Similarly, Ronson is beginning to see the benefits of having a big name medium working in his department. The two men bumble their way through their first case together and work to find a common ground. But can they put their differences aside to catch a murderer and solve the case of the Oakton Falls burglar?
Chachkis and Chicken Wings has everything a good cozy mystery needs — an elusive criminal, a quirky small town, and a splash of the supernatural. Follow Seymour Masterson and Chief Ronson through their investigation and fall in love with the quirky residents of Oakton Falls along the way. Grab a cup of tea and start reading today!”
Targeted Age Group:: 18-45
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Like some of the best things in life, it started as a joke between friends. When asked what she should write about next, the author’s friend replied “a median”. After pointing out that the term is “medium”, she ran with the idea. Ellen Pleasant created Oakton Falls as an homage to the town where her grandmother lived. Drawing on her own memories of the friendly townspeople, a desire for a good laugh, and a love of mystery, Chachkis and Chicken Wings: The Case of the Oakton Falls Burglar was born.
SOME SAY HE’S A CULT LEADER. OTHERS SAY HE’S NOT HUMAN. One thing is certain ~ Jett Cestone is an enigma with a disconcerting connection to the young women in his employ. When the reclusive billionaire takes an interest in Haven’s painting, she wants to believe it’s an answer to prayer, but what if her father is right? What if he’s dangerous?
Haven is the most interesting woman to ever cross Jett’s path. But being as naïve and pure as she is, he can’t have her learning what goes on in his home, or his connection to sex trafficking. That would be bad enough, but she would never accept him if she knew of his abilities, and that his life is much more paranormal than normal. He has to keep her at a distance, even though she’s living in his home. Too bad he wants her more than he’s wanted anyone or anything in his life.
What readers are saying about the Descended Series:
“Jane Eyre meets Batman!”
“Romantic Suspense at its finest.”
“Who doesn’t appreciate inspirational paranormal romance with angels and shapeshifters?”
Targeted Age Group:: 17+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This book started off as a piece called Conversations with the Master. I thought it would be interesting to see what topics a woman would talk about with an enigmatic stranger she couldn't see. How intimate would she allow herself to get? How would she hold back, not knowing what he looked like, or what he was really capable of? From there it grew into a story of mystery, love, and self-sacrifice and I brought in three "brothers" (in other books) each with their own ambitions and powers, to help 🙂
This sexy romp through Atlanta’s underworld is a spine-tingling, page-flipping thrill ride from one book to the next! Mia Kazmaroff has a gift nobody wants. She’s able to tell the story behind any object simply by touch. It’s a gift that comes in handy when she solves cases with her partner, ex-cop Jack Burton. Together, Mia and Jack create a partnership that breaks all the rules, skirts every law, and lobs as many sparks and landmines at each other as if they were adversaries–which half the time they are—all while attempting to ignore their undeniable mutual attraction.
She’ll risk her life to break his curse but revealing the truth could be far more dangerous.
In high school, a friend’s mother blames Grayson Steele for the tragic death of her daughter. Now, years later, Grayson is wealthy and successful, but on the brink of suicide. Because the women he loves are dying. And he can’t stop it.
Knowing about Grayson’s circumstances, Gillian Fletcher derives a plan. Catch the killer who’s making Grayson Steele’s life a living hell. But there’s only one way to do it. She has to be the bait.
As Grayson and Gillian’s plan takes shape, they must not only expose a killer, but also their feelings for each other. The further they go, the more secrets they will reveal. Secrets that will illuminate not just a murderer, but shocking truths that neither may be prepared to face.
Truths that will change their future forever.
Curse Breaker is a 2017 Best Story award winner from New York Literary Magazine and a semi-finalist in the 2017 Kindle Book Awards for Mystery/Thriller. It can be read on its own or before J. T. Bishop’s Red-Line trilogy.
If you love shocking murder mysteries, riveting page turners, and fast-paced stories, then you’ll love this compelling book by award-winning author J. T. Bishop.
Pick up Curse Breaker and enjoy Bishop’s next great read today.