A killer who preys on children has come to Sunbury, and Jake Paris believes he is seeing the ghosts of his victims.
Life for Jake Paris is stable and ordinary--until a mysterious old woman pays him a visit and he begins to have encounters with unruly children everywhere he goes—children only he can see.

When Jake's estranged sister, Holly, finds herself the target of a national serial killer who has chosen her son as his next victim, Jake begins to wonder if there is a connection. Could these children be the ghosts of the killer's victims?

As the kidnapper's plan unfolds, Jake uncovers a startling secret about the unseen children that will change his life forever--and Holly discovers just how far she is willing to go to save her son. Unseen is a riveting story of rescue, restoration, and romance that will leave you thinking long after the last page has been turned.

David Chance can see messages in the sea of words around him, messages that warn him of future events.

Words are everywhere-- on labels, magazines, sign posts, t-shirts-- everywhere. And as much as David Chance would like to hide from them, he can't. Words keep leaping off objects around him, forming messages in his mind. But how is this possible? Has his brain suddenly taken an evolutionary leap forward, or are the mysterious messages proof of divine intervention? Does God really exist?

Driven to answer a question he'd long ago abandoned, and stalked by the killer he's trying to stop, David risks everything to follow the messages to a dirty bomb set to go off in the heart of Boston. But can he trust the author of the messages to protect him from a terrorist who seems to know his every move.

What if dreams are a door—that was never meant to be opened?

Jason Tardin is trapped within a virtual world, he is sure of this, he has seen the program. But if this is a computer-generated world, then how can he reconcile the complexity of its inhabitants, people capable of frustration, joy, and pain? Are they simulations, or something more?

And what about the abilities which allow him to create or control whatever he wishes? Is he a god, as the people of Vrin believe?

Grappling with his new-found powers, haunted by a conversation with scientists on the outside, and stalked by a mad god, Tardin must unravel an impossible mystery—to save a world that is not his own.

"Overall an intriguing and thought-provoking story which is
   well worth purchasing."  ~Malcolm Hardin

"If you love God and like epic urban fantasy/science fiction,
  this is the book for you."  ~Jake Benson

"I don't even like science fiction/fantasy, but once I started
 reading VRIN, I wanted to keep reading it 
'till I was done."  ~Hope Buswell