Storm Crow

      Jeff Gulvin

Storm Crow

Who is Storm Crow—and what will he do next?Detective Sergeant Jack Swann is the best antiterrorism agent that Scotland Yard has to offer. Known for his prowess and composure, Swann's reputation is put in jeopardy by Storm Crow—but what exactly is Storm Crow? Is it a group? A man? The only thing Swann knows for sure is that wherever Storm Crow goes, death and destruction are close behind. Now, Storm Crow has made its way to Northumberland, and it's heading down to London. On the other side of the world, Special Agent Johnny Harrison is on the tail of the leader of the Salvesen militia, a right wing group with an apocalyptic fervor focused against the United States. During the course of his investigation, Harrison learns that his suspect has ties across the Atlantic, and his old friend Swann might somehow be connected to the case. With bomb threats peppering London and a plot against America brewing, Swann and Harrison must work together to save two nations before...

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    The Aden Vanner Novels

      Jeff Gulvin

The Aden Vanner Novels

A special three-in-one edition of the Aden Vanner Novels, including Sleep No More, Sorted, and Close Quarters


Sleep No More
is an unflinching look at a detective's fruitless search for answers. In all his years of experience, Detective Chief Inspector Aden Vanner has never had a case that nags him and haunts him as much as the Watchman case. Despite the time he has poured into the investigation, he's come away with very few leads—and the pressure finally causes him to snap. Vanner is a creature of the alleyways and streets of London, unafraid to bend the law in order to get results. But his independent streak sets him in the crosshairs of the Complaints Investigation Bureau, which suspects that Vanner's personal connection to the Watchman case is keeping him from making any progress. Now, in order to clear his name, Vanner must capture the elusive Watchman.


In Sorted, Detective Inspector Aden Vanner is back on the...

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    Song of the Sound

      Jeff Gulvin

Song of the Sound

Love blossoms in one of the world's most pristine—and tragic—locationsLibby Bass works as an expert in whale and dolphin communication in the coastal waters surrounding the Milford Sound in New Zealand, known to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. It's the ideal situation for Libby: She can practice what she loves while her daughter grows up in one of the lushest locations imaginable. When Libby meets the haunted and handsome John-Cody Gibbs, she's taken aback by his inherent understanding of the natural world. But despite his picturesque surroundings, John-Cody is trapped by his depression over the death of his wife, Mahina. As he and Libby grow closer, a long-buried secret from John-Cody's past resurfaces and threatens to tear them apart forever.

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    Cry of the Panther

      Jeff Gulvin

Cry of the Panther

Just as tragedy can separate, it can also reunite and transform the futures of its survivors When Imogen was a child, there were few things she and her brother enjoyed as much as their time spent in the wilderness of Idaho. One day, eight-year-old Imogen has a premonition of her brother drowning. Despite her inability to understand the vision's meaning, she leads the authorities to her brother's body, while his best friend, Connla, can only watch. First published under the name Adam Armstrong, a Jeff Gulvin pseudonym, Cry of the Panther demonstrates how love can heal any wound. Thirty years after the tragedy, Imogen and Connla still struggle with its memory. Both have retreated into the solitude of the wilderness, albeit thousands of miles apart. Shirking the attention of the men around her, Imogen attempts to find solace as she paints the breathtaking vistas and landscapes of Scotland; meanwhile, Connla, in the United States, works deep in the woods as a nature photographer....

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    Covenant

      Jeff Gulvin

Covenant

As bombs explode across Washington, the FBI must look abroad for help[The FBI is the most capable agency in the United States when it comes to investigating and eliminating domestic threats. But when Japanese terrorists start detonating bombs in the nation's capital, the FBI finds itself remarkably ill equipped for the task at hand. Turning abroad for help, the Bureau finds the best man for the job: Jack Swann, Scotland Yard's top antiterrorism expert. With this entry in his Harrison and Swann thriller series, Jeff Gulvin creates a diverse literary universe. The Covenant smoothly transitions between characters and storylines: from an English tourist's ill-fated trip to Texas to the efforts of a secessionist militia in Oregon; from a series of deaths on Capitol Hill meant to provoke civil war to the struggles of a CIA agent to hunt down and find Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. Written before the events of September 11, The Covenant is a prescient and pointed view of...

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