Mysteries & Thrillers

The end of the year brought the usual holiday festivities, though around the Frazier house there was little to cheer. Mrs. Frazier went through the motions of decorating a small tree and wrap­ping a few cheap gifts and baking cookies…Read more

Teen & YA

“Is there a problem?” a man in a dark suit, his lapel perfectly aligned, asked. The clerk jumped to attention, her back straight. “This woman says she’s with FAS, but I can’t find a record of her in our system.” “Is…Read more

Teen & YA

At the time I first realized I might be fictional, my weekdays were spent at a publicly funded institution on the north side of Indianapolis called White River High School, where I was required to eat lunch at a particular…Read more

Fiction

Prologue As the ancient cogwheel train clawed its way up the dizzying incline, Edmond Kirsch surveyed the jagged mountaintop above him. In the distance, built into the face of a sheer cliff, the massive stone monastery seemed to hang in…Read more