The Bloody Backhand
They uncovered a disturbing network of organ trafficking. Now, they’re running for their lives.
Out of a job, journalist Rhys Wilson is recovering from the injuries he suffered during his last investigation. He’s feeling particularly useless when he learns the surgery that saved his life may actually kill him.
While waiting to hear his fate, an infamous and incensed fellow reporter pushes Rhys to investigate forced organ harvesting and the trafficking of human cadavers and body parts. They soon discover a black market trade that is more sinister than they could ever have imagined.
When deadly threats emerge from every angle, can they save themselves to tell the world what they’ve found?
The Bloody Backhand Of God takes the under-reported facts behind one of the gravest abuses of human rights in the world today and injects them into a fast-paced thriller that will keep you turning the pages.
Longlisted for The 2016 Dundurn Unhanged Arthur Award
The Bloody Business
Do You Love Thrillers?
Salivate Over Cracking White-Collar Crime?
If so, The Bloody Business Of Luck will have you drooling as you pick your way past bodies and puzzle out nefarious situations with PR consultant Kate Logan and dogged Native reporter Rhys Wilson.
When a dismembered hand is discovered in the cookie jar of a luxurious home, reporter Wilson is eager to connect the dots all the way to the Pacific Lottery Corporation. Caught up in the frantic pace of her new job and well aware of Wilson’s reputation as a muckraker with a fierce antigambling agenda, Kate gives him the brush off.
Circumstances draw them closer, however, and she begins to understand his motivation. When the evidence does a complete 180 and implicates Wilson, Kate knows she has to separate the truth from the lies before becoming the next victim.
A fast moving tale, with a colorful cast of characters, some loveable, some despicable, The Bloody Business of Luck takes place on British Columbia Canada’s beautiful Pacific Coast, and will leave you guessing to the very end.