Train cars crash into HM Prison Bridewell causing a wall to collapse and releasing some of London’s deadliest killers. Inspector Walter Day and Sargent Nevil Hammersmith are sent to investigate the accident and discover that the facts are not adding up and that the train crash might not be an accident but a planned escape.
Prince Yarvi might be the son of a warrior king but he is anything but a warrior, instead he was trained to be a minister and was never meant to be on the throne. Things changed for Yarvi when his father and brother were killed in an ambush and suddenly Yarvi was destined for the kingship.
Thirteen year old Jace Wilson was at the wrong place at the wrong time when he saw the Blackwell Brothers murder and dump a body. Jace is the only witness to their crimes and with his life in grave danger…
Tommy Arney is a fighter who despite having only a fourth grade education became a successful business man who owned both strip clubs and restaurants. Arney is also the thirteenth owner of a classic ’57 Chevy station wagon with something truly extraordinary: all the previous owners are known.
Ibby Bell is twelve years old and her father has just died. Her mother decides to leave Ibby with her grandmother, Fannie, whom Ibby has never met. Ibby is a long way from her home in Washington when she is dropped off in New Orleans at Fannie’s with her father’s urn and no date set for her mother to pick her up.
Officer Henry Farrell is still in mourning when he returns home to rural northeastern Pennsylvania. Things have changed since Farrell had been away with the sprouting up of meth labs and newfound wealth from gas drilling, but despite the changes Farrell’s job as an officer was routine until he discovers a murdered young man.