Post-apocalyptic and Supernatural Thriller Books

Unholy Warrior is available FOR PREORDER

Twenty-five years after the nuclear war, the world is still a harsh, frozen place. Second Lieutenant Rebane Nordstrom, a sniper in the ranks of a Russian elite reconnaissance unit, doesn’t know how to give up…ever. After someone assassinates the president of the European Union, the EU forces capture her and her lover. He soon disappears, but Rebane has no time for grief. She faces her worst nightmare in the form of Major Weisser, a man who commands the European Union counter-intelligence with an iron fist.

Thrust into a world ruled by torture, and constant fear, the battered, weakened Rebane knows her only chance of survival is to escape from the fortress that holds her captive. Faced with certain death, she becomes an unstoppable force and escapes the womb of hell.  But her battle is far from over. A race across the post-apocalyptic badlands starts, but the man hunting her is a force of nature. Weisser destroys everything in his path. Can the Invisible Zone—the furthest corner of sub-zero Scandinavia—wipe out Rebane’s footprints in the snow?

No woman is an island, not even one as capable as Rebane. She saves a teenager named Liva, and an alliance forms between the desperate women from the opposite sides of the conflict. As the Russian Federation and the European Union head toward the final battle for diminishing resources, Liva proves to have aces up her sleeve.

Spirit animals and ancient Nordic deities have their role in the surprise outcome of this spy thriller. Where arctic weather wipes out armies, heeding an omen can spare your life.

a hard-boiled serial killer novel set in New Orleans


A “Heartless” serial killer has brutally murdered three Romance Novelists on the verge of their breakthrough. The victims died from a single stab through the heart. Why novelists? Does the killer hate romance?

Three private investigators decide to fight back, and the women meet in eccentric New Orleans–each armed with a special skill.

The story is a collaboration of three authors: Stephanie Colbert, Schuyler Pulliam, and yours truly. Each of us wrote the point-of-view of one character. Amber Buford is mine.


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