Spellbound

Spellbound belongs to the class of those classics you wouldn’t want to finish reading and you end up hoping there would be a continuation.
Genre:

Tribulation

At 118 pages long, the book is quite small and has relatively few characters; however, it is action-packed and can keep anyone on their toes as they read from the very first page to the last.

Silent Legacy: Part 2

The book commenced on a tense note and maintained same tempo all through, as the reader could feel anxiety in the air almost at every turn—just like in the movies. The book captured some of the activities that take place …

Knoxi’s World

Lastly, despite the fact that this book is a continuation, it can also be read as a stand-alone without reference to the earlier books in the series—simply because it has no loose ends.

Thread

The book is concise and quite exciting as it has more than its fair share of violence, gore, romance, love and betrayal—all combined to make it thrilling. 

BETRAYAL OF JUSTICE

Other characters in the book include, Jack Dylan; a veteran of the Dearborn Police, Baqir Ghaffari; Imam of the Mosque of America, Shaheed Ali, Eric Burns, Ash Granger, Judge Farhad among others. 

BETRAYAL IN BLUE

Betrayal in Blue is quite thrilling and captures the actions of federal agents and cops on one hand, as well as the sort of activities that goes on within terror groups.