Geoffrey Neil, his lovely wife and talkative son live in Los Angeles with a useless, ungrateful fish that Geoffrey threatens at least once daily. Writing novels is a grueling process for Geoffrey, but he can't break the writing obsession even though he likes sleep, TV and people more than keyboards. His stories use disturbing implications more than graphic depictions --a tactic many readers find equally assaulting on the senses. Geoffrey's overactive imagination and genuine fear of almost everything are tools that help him write novels, but also get him wound tighter than an eight-day clock. His wife calls him the mayor of Stress Town. Geoffrey is busy drafting his fourth novel, Prey for Us. Go try one of his books. It will make him feel better ... and that could save a pathetic fish.
If you're a crime victim and the justice system has failed you, Prey for Us can help.
They never let their clients down.
A vigilante has chosen a bizarre method to end homelessness in the coveted beachside city of Santa Monica.
He randomly selects people who fail to publicly show kindness to the impoverished and makes an unforgettable example of them. Each day for a month, a new victim disappears. The unprecedented law-enforcement response is stymied and the city of Santa Monica becomes a virtual armed encampment. Citizens engage in flagrant displays of public kindness as the only way to feel safe outside their homes. Businesses post signs in windows, flaunting perks for the homeless to avoid being targeted. When Mark Denny, a local IT guy, is trapped the vigilante's scheme he must choose whether to use his skills to maintain the public's fear-fueled generosity, or face his own horrific fate.
Human Resources has been optioned for film or TV adaptation by Mace Neufeld Productions, producers of The Omen, The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Invictus, The Sum of All Fears and many other successful titles.
Some things are much worse than getting fired. A beautiful business consultant swoops in to rescue a struggling company from financial disaster. She cancels layoffs and dazzles everyone with her killer looks and corporate savvy. Employee, Lonnie Raiford, becomes skeptical when he and the other staff notice inexplicable, over-the-top attention and affection she showers on his best friend, Hugh Berish. As curiosity mounts about the woman's intentions, Lonnie launches a frantic investigation that uncovers her true identity and a secret plan more disturbing than anyone at the company had imagined.
The charming man's compliment comes at both the perfect and worst time in Hailey Vaughan's troubled marriage. Soon, a "chance" meeting with her admirer reveals that he knows the most intimate, guarded details about her life. She's been targeted by the stalker from hell and nothing will stop him--not her protective best friend, her guard-gated home or her jealous, gun-toting husband. She desperately tries to escape his terrifying advances, eventually replacing her extreme naivety with extraordinary cunning. When she discovers her stalker's horrific plans for her, she is forced do the unimaginable.
Iron-clad secrecy, enormous revenue and a hidden facility that defies physics have made Prey for Us the most mysterious and feared organization in the nation. Their clients cannot identify them, cannot contact them and don't know when or where service will be rendered. But clients do know Prey for Us will give them ten untraceable minutes alone with the person who caused them and their families so much pain. Clients have no rules ... but neither does Prey for Us.