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The Hundredth Man The Death Collectors
The Hundredth Man The Death Collectors

The first in the series. Cryptic messages on beheaded corpses thrust Carson and Harry into a desperate search for a mysterious killer. Carson’s ace in the hole: his brother Jeremy, institutionalized for his own series of cryptic murders, a man intimate with the ways of madness.

The second book, voted "Best Foreign Mystery of the Decade" in Japan. The artwork of a psychopathic artist thirty years dead sends Carson and Harry into the chilling and hidden world of those who collect serial-killer memorabilia.


 

 
A Garden of Vipers Blood Brother
Garden of Vipers / Broken Souls Blood Brother

UK TITLE: The BROKEN SOULS. The third book. A series of brutal slayings leads Carson and Harry to the door of a wealthy and powerful family, each family member seeming to have his or her own concealed agenda at odds with the other members.

The fourth book. The Manhattan murder of a close friend draws Carson to New York, dropping him into a whirlpool that pulls him deep into his own past. Carson’s mad brother Jeremy returns to the mixture.


 

 
In the Blood Little Girls Lost
In the Blood Little Girls Lost

The fifth book. A baby floats in from the sea and launches Carson and Harry into a world of money-hungry preachers, white-supremacists, and genetics researchers. Where did the child come from? And why do so many forces wish it harm?

Number six. Carson reluctantly teams with a disgraced and mysteriously fired detective to investigate a horrifying series of child abductions. The first in the series where Carson doesn’t narrate the tale.


 

 
Buried Alive Her Last Scream
Buried Alive by Jack Kerley Buried Alive by Jack Kerley

The seventh in the series. Carson's vacation in the Kentucky mountains is interrupted by a series of grisly murders. Carson's mad brother Jeremy appears, claiming innocence in the series of symbol-laden deaths. But Jeremy has never been a fan of the truth.

The eighth book. Abused women are entering a secret “underground railroad” to escape tormentors. But a killer is loose in the anonymous system. Carson and Harry send an undercover agent into the maze as bait. The concept quickly gets complicated, and the undercover cop adds a few complications of her own.


 

 
The Killing Game The Death Box
The Killing Game The Death Box

The ninth book. After a humiliating encounter with a cop, a twisted man launches a fierce vendetta against the Mobile, Alabama, police department. Who does he pick to symbolize the department? Its specialist in twisted crimes, of course: Carson Ryder.

Number ten. A hideous discovery in the ground leads Carson--newly transplanted to Florida--into the grim and dangerous world of human trafficking.


 

 
The Memory Killer  
The Memory Killer  

Number eleven. Carson Ryder knows everything about the perpetrator of a series of bizarre abductions… except how to find him.