By T.J. BREARTON
The gorgeous end to the Titan Trilogy
"This is an edge-of-your-seat finish to a good trilogy. Can Brendan ultimately get justice for his spouse and daughter? the adventure is so convincing, interesting, and gripping that it can simply switch how you see the world." Ann Abrams
Find out the truth during this excessive end to the best-selling mystery sequence. Will former Detective Brendan Healy live to tell the tale, and will Agent Jennifer Aiken ultimately reveal the conspiracy that is exploiting younger ladies and is going to the guts of government?
Perfect for enthusiasts of Stieg Larsson, Jo Nesbo, or Dennis Lehane novels.
THE TITAN TRILOGY
Book 1: HABIT
Over two hundred five-star reviews
The physique of a tender lady is located in a distant farmhouse. Her dying exposes an internet of darkish secrets and techniques . . .
Book 2: SURVIVORS
The telephone earrings. one in all Brendan Healy’s oldest and top neighbors is useless. Healy needs to go back domestic to Hawthorne to figured out why. in the meantime, Agent Jennifer Aiken is investigating an analogous darkish conspiracy regarding politicians, prostitution, and black markets.
Book three: DAYBREAK
The lovely end to this soaking up crime mystery trilogy.
PRAISE FOR HABIT
"Habit explodes with gun battles, conspiracies, relapses and detours into the seedy international of web porn...a hard-boiled secret with a contemporary twist." - Margot Harrison, Seven Days
PRAISE FOR SURVIVORS
"T.J. Brearton has created fascinating characters, together with solid villains, a convoluted plot and a considerate origin. this can be a enjoyable learn ... The conspiracy Brearton has created is such as a few David Baldacci thrillers ... undesirable individuals are in all places and up to speed, and that very few - yet adequate to supply a few desire - are battling to avoid wasting the little the Aristocracy and fact that hasn't been obtained but ... a few of the again tale was once supplied within the first ebook of the trilogy, yet Brearton is adept at bringing the reader up to the mark at the connections one of the a number of characters." - Jerry McGovern, The Adirondack day-by-day Enterprise