Loss of the Decade

A parent should never have to experience losing a child.


Private investigator Tom Bennett's daughter was kidnapped ten years ago. As he attempts to find solace, a series of unexpected phone calls lead him down a dark and desperate path.


Against the better judgment of his partner, therapist, and ex-wife, he digs into his past suspects that he had previously given up on.


Vengeful parents? Ruthless drug syndicate that had been stripped apart and put behind bars? Or an entirely new suspect he’d missed? One new question, one new answer. Pull the thread and follow Tom on his journey of heartache as he stops at nothing to get his daughter back.

The Night is Cold

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Nearly ten years after the brutal murder of the Saskatchewan Premier's son, the man formerly accused, Eli Baker, is released from prison and replaced by another based on shocking new evidence and testimony.


After the release of Baker, Jennifer Allen, a young and hungry Canadian Mountie, is introduced to a crime scene with a bloody sigil and a missing person. Desperate to pursue Baker as a suspect, Jennifer struggles to gain support from her complacent superior as more victims go missing and more sigils are left scattered across the prairies.


While on suspension, her investigation unravels secrets that were meant to be left buried. In doing so, she discovers that the alleged serial killer’s motivations may run deeper than dark voodoo.


There may be no stopping The Satanist.

Copperhead Road

1920. Life was simple for Billy Bronson. Living in the country outside of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, he and his father Frank were secluded and happily reclusive. Fishing, hunting, and farming were enough to keep Billy satisfied. That is until a hideous man named Clayton and his young partner murdered his father and torched his home to the dirt over a territorial moonshining dispute. Capone isn’t a name the folks fear. It’s Sinclair.


After the prohibition, under the roof of his neighbors, the Campbell's, Billy works almost hard enough to forget. But when Frank Bronson’s killer stops at their farm in need of gas, Billy must face his harrowing past. With his identity unknown to the entire Sinclair organization, he investigates their illegal operations with hopes of finding his way to the man they call Sinclair and the truths he holds.


Revenge might be just down the road. Question is, where is this road?

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Two young couples escape their high-paced New York lifestyles for a quick getaway to an island off of Belize. Upon arriving they learn that their vacation will involve more than wasting the days away on the beach. The owner, Stefan, is a wealthy son of a financial guru, and a cousin to one of the guests. As part of his entertainment, he informs the group that they will be attempting to discover the identities of mercenaries from the 1800s that stormed the island and killed “The Royal Family” who had been abolished from Mainland by the Crown.


When one of the four vacationers goes missing, they realize that the island may have more to offer than a cute mystery and tropical fun. Is the game only a game?


Can they leave the island?  


Walking with Mr. Smith

Austin Smith, an aging writer, is in a rut. Outside of Reykjavik, Iceland, Mr. Smith has spent too much time alone in his loft, leaving his creativity to dry up along with his finances. In need of a spark and money to keep a roof over his head, his personal assistant Jeffrey convinces him to embark on a familiar hike into the mountains. It has been many years since Mr. Smith has completed the journey with his now departed wife, and he fears that he is too old and too uninspired to make the trek. With one last shot at redemption, Mr. Smith fears that he can no longer write and that the heartache he still feels for his beloved wife, may finally be the end of him.


With nothing but ground to cover, Jeffrey and Mr. Smith find themselves in a dire situation away from civilization. It just so happens that they each have much to gain. And lose.