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Past Life   coming April 19th
(Painter Mann Book #3)

Painter may be the world greatest dead private investigator (note: he's the only dead private investigator), but it doesn't mean he's any good at it.

After a series of knocks, he realizes it's time to get smart. At least... smarter.

Since there he's not going to find any PI learning annex in the InBetween, he finds retired Irish detective Ellie Walsh. She's partnered with an Atlanta cop on a new case, a rash of killings... and the perfect opportunity for Painter to finally learn the craft from a pro.

But Painter soon realizes the case they're working on is the same on he is!

And soon he'll discover far more than he bargained for: a key to working out who he was before he died.

This is going to change everything.

The InBetween
(Painter Mann Book #1)

Painter Mann is a one-of-a-kind private investigator. He may even be the world's best, but mainly that's because he's dead.

Assisted by his “Temps”— a select few of the very old who are so close to death they can actually hear him— Painter has sworn to help the murder victims stuck in The InBetween by revealing their killers so they can move on.

But a new mass murder case threatens everything after Painter recognizes the killer's face as the person who murdered him.

Exposing them will free dozens of ghosts but will also clear Painter, leaving no one to help the souls trapped in The InBetween.

Also, he's really into the whole private investigator thing. When alive he was never really good at much. Dead? He's a hell of a PI.

Is Painter willing to risk it all to save those he's sworn to help?

The Night Vanishing
(Painter Mann Book #2)

In Book 2 of the series, the world's only dead private investigator, goes to New Orleans hoping to learn the identity of his killer. Instead, he gets wrapped up in a case where he must find and rescue hundreds of missing ghosts.

To do that, he'll have to tangle with two-headed monsters, a psychotic dead DJ, enemies with supernatural powers, and the mysterious Voodoo Cher.

He's also being hunted by the Ghost Wranglers, a popular cable TV show determined to prove the existence of the ghost PI known as Painter Mann.

Hell inc.
(Hell inc Book #1)

After years of being a screw up, Raz Frewer lucks out and finds the perfect girl. Then, she gets sick, terminal, and the doctors say there’s nothing left to do. Make arrangements. Say goodbye.

But, instead, this guy who made it through most of his life by doing the wrong thing, decides to go really wrong to save her.

Raz makes a deal with the Devil: he’s got four days to collect pieces of an ancient lamp, which can cure her. Naturally, for his part, the Devil isn’t simply in want of a new light fixture for the den.

However, the Devil has competition: an underworld start-up called Hell, Inc. wants to steal the lamp and take over the world itself, sending legions of baddies to stop Raz and his friends…

Hell to Pay
(Hell inc Book #2)


Having joined Raz on a quest to save the man's wife, The Actor saw first hand the power of the Crossroads.

So, in an attempt to save his ruined career, he does the unthinkable: the Actor makes his own deal with the Devil to become the "King of Hollywood."

Of course, he was tricked.

He needs Raz to help steal the contract back. To come up with a plan to do that, they'll need the gang back together. But Anza's now missing, somewhere down in Mexico. And, they've just gotten the news that Uncle Jerry was killed by an angry drug lord.

Their already impossible task has just become harder: the Actor is being hunted by a 19th-century gunslinger named Sally, who is hellbent on putting him down, making him an eternal slave to the Dark Lord.

Let the fun begin!


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