Why did two veteran FBI agents die in a bizarre car fire while investigating a serial murder case in Massachusetts? According to the official report, the agents died in a murder-suicide. Quinn Westerly doesn't believe her father was capable of such a horrendous act.
Quinn launches her own investigation. Drawn into the dangerous realm of the supernatural, she must rely on Evan Cordell, a disgraced psychiatrist. Cordell is a Paranormalist who possesses abilities that allow him to interact with the creatures from our worst nightmares.
Cordell has promised to help Quinn find out what happened to her father, but can he protect her from the dark forces aligned against her?
"Kenneth W Harmon is one of the best in the business, and The Paranormalist is his finest work yet. With characters that pop and writing that sings, Harmon builds a world not so much unlike our own, but where the dark forces that lurk in the shadows can kill. An excellent beginning to what I hope is a long series--"
Brett J. Talley, Bram Stoker Award nominated author of That Which Should Not Be and The Fiddle is the Devil's Instrument.
It is 1932. The world has turned to dust. Lucifer stills walks among us, testing the faithful at every turn. Then he discovers the reincarnation of Eve in a Dust Bowl revival tent … and their ancient passion threatens the world again. When Lucifer and Eve were together in Eden, their relationship changed the fate of humanity. What will happen if God brings them together again?
“This is one of the best books I’ve ever read. Fascinating, memorable, and incredibly well-written. Read this. You won’t regret it.”--John R. Little, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Miranda, The Memory Tree, and Ursa Major.
A girl from a wealthy Colorado family goes missing and in desperation the police turn to Mr. Howard to help locate her.
Mr. Howard is a professor and self-proclaimed psychic with a history of assisting investigators, or so it seems.
State Police Detective Willard suspects Mr. Howard is more than what he appears to be. He launches an investigation of the mysterious and eccentric professor setting off a chain of events that quickly spirals out of control.
"This is one of the most original, and completely captivating, vampire stories I've come across in years. Highly recommended!"--Joe McKinney, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Plague of the Undead
"A brilliant, supernatural debut of cunning and suspense."--Rena Mason, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Evolutionist
"Harmon manages to create an original character in Mr. Howard--a guy you love to hate!"--Tom Monteleone, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Blood of the Lamb and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Writing a Novel
A child is dead and someone has to pay
Four-year-old Maddie Miller dies after spending hours in the scorching Texas sun. The autopsy points to negligence as the cause of death, and Maddie’s mother, Casey, quickly confesses to the crime.
For small-town detective, A.J. Tillman, this is the investigation from hell. Tillman is in love with Casey despite her recently ending their salacious affair—an affair that nearly cost him his marriage and career.
Tillman believes Casey is innocent, but to save her from a life behind bars, he must uncover a conspiracy of secrets and lies. But the truth carries consequences that Tillman cannot imagine. Consequences with the power to destroy as well
“Full of suspense and surprising twists, the story will keep you turning the pages until all the secrets and lies have been exposed.”
–Pat Stoltey, Colorado Book Award finalist for Dead Wrong and Wishing Caswell Dead
Lucinda and the Witch Lord will be coming soon from Stitched Smile Publications. A genre bending YA novel of paranormal suspense, romance, and a touch of fantasy. More information to come.