A Bishop Files Novel, Book 3
A desperate underground war with the survival of millions at stake looms in the electrifying conclusion of the New York Times bestselling Bishop Files Trilogy.
Tasha Solomon's world turned upside-down when the psychic abilities she had tried so hard to live with in secret suddenly made her a target stalked by unseen enemies.
John Brodie is by nature, by training, and by instinct a Guardian. He is a member of an intricate and secretive network of individuals who have devoted their lives to the deadly struggle of saving psychics in danger of being taken or being killed. It is a war very few other people even know exists, and yet its tentacles stretch deeply and dangerously into every aspect of society.
A Deadly Web
A Bishop Files Novel, Book 2
John Brodie is a Guardian, a member of a secret network devoted to protecting the psychics in his charge from a ruthless—and virtually invisible—enemy.
Tasha Solomon is unaware of the existence of the Guardians, or of
the vast conspiracy that has surrounded her far longer than she
knows. But the abilities she has struggled her entire life to master
make her a target, and after a terrifying midnight invasion of
mysterious assassins she barely escapes with her life, one thing she
knows utterly is that her world has changed forever.
Tough and resilient, Tasha isn’t used to depending on anyone. But the assault has left her vulnerable. Tasha doesn’t know who wants her dead, or why, or when he will strike again. Now, she is forced to trust that Brodie can guide her through a tangled web of danger and deception toward a safe harbor—one she fears is more elusive with each dark and endless night.
The First Prophet
A Bishop Files Novel, Book 1
A woman with extraordinary abilities is drawn into a shocking conspiracy in the first thriller in the Bishop Files series—from the New York Times bestselling author of the Bishop/SCU novels.
Within the FBI, there exists a team of psychics whose powers cannot be denied. But these agents are feared—by a cabal of conspirators with only one weapon: to blind the psychics to the evils all around them.
Months ago Sarah Gallagher woke from a coma with psychic abilities she couldn’t control. They changed her life and cost her the man she loved. And now, someone is playing games with Sarah’s mind.
It begins with Sarah’s home being destroyed by fire—an act of arson that draws novelist Tucker Mackenzie into Sarah’s confidence. But he has other reasons for pursuing a woman who can see what others can’t. So does a mysterious enemy intent on eliminating Sarah, and everyone she cares about. Because it’s only a matter of time before her visions lead her and Tucker to a secret many will kill to hide . . .
THE BISHOP FILES|
As those of you who’ve read it by now know, The Bishop Files
was a bit of something different. I’ve been asked by readers why I
deviated from the Bishop/SCU series, and whether I will again.
The simple answer to the first is that I had an idea that was about
psychics but which didn’t quite fit the Bishop/SCU series, a "vast
conspiracy" idea more along the lines of the X-Files, and for quite
a while it lay itching in the back of my brain. Finally, it occurred
to me that Bishop would, of course, know about this vast
conspiracy, and that it was possible I could write a series of books
(settling, finally, on a trilogy) in which Bishop and Miranda would
be involved in the situation but neither the FBI nor the Special
Crimes Unit would be made aware of it. (Need to know basis!) I
enjoyed writing the books, and it gave me a chance to show Bishop
and Miranda in a totally different setting where the rules were very
different, the stakes incredibly high, and what was happening was
far, far worse than a crime.
I want to assure loyal readers that the Bishop/SCU series is
continuing. In fact, I have some exciting plans for Bishop and his
crew, plenty of monsters left to hunt, and plenty of new and
interesting characters bugging me to be introduced and/or included
in the stories (including the "rookies" who appeared in Hold Back
the Dark). That said, I do occasionally get an idea that seems to
me would be better suited to a ... companion trilogy or set of
books. So if my publisher is willing, you may well see another
trilogy involving Bishop and/or other characters familiar to you
from the original ongoing series. I believe those companion
trilogies will all be a part of The Bishop Files, but have a specific
subtitle (for instance: The Bishop Files: Haven) and individual
titles for each book. That would allow me to get out at least two
new books each year, which is my goal.