FOUR NOVELS, ONE EBOOK
THE RAGNARÖK CONSPIRACY (Book 1)
A Western terrorist organization targets Muslims around the world, and FBI agent John Savas is drawn into a web of international intrigue. To solve the case, he must put aside the loss of his son and work with a man who symbolizes all he has come to hate. Both are drawn into a race against time to stop the plot of an American bin Laden and prevent a global catastrophe. Kindle and paperback editions.
"TURNS THE TRADITIONAL TERRORIST THRILLER ON ITS HEAD."
—Allan Leverone, author of "The Lonely Mile"
"A TAUT TALE OF INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE WITH A UNIQUE TWIST."
—-The Washington Times Communities
EXTRAORDINARY RETRIBUTION (Book 2)
A rogue CIA agent partners with the brother of a slain colleague to uncover a conspiracy deep in the intelligence community. But a shadow follows them: a killer bent on a revenge so terrible, it is only matched by the crimes committed against him. In the end, no one escapes unscathed, no beliefs will go unchallenged, and no wrong will escape the terrible, final, and extraordinary retribution. Kindle, audiobook, paperback, and hardcover editions.
"MULTIFACETED CHARACTERS AND A PLOT THAT NEVER STOPS."
"TWISTS AND TURNS TO THE LAST EMOTIONALLY-CHARGED PARAGRAPH."
—Midwest Book Review
THE ANONYMOUS SIGNAL (Book 3)
The global financial system is in chaos. World leaders have been compromised. An unstoppable computer virus eats through the Internet. They are Anonymous. They do not forgive. They do not forget. Expect their signal.
"STEBBINS IS THE MASTER OF THE THINKING READER'S TECHNO THRILLER"
—Internet Review of Books
"HANG ON TIGHT FOR THIS ONE"
THE NASH CRITERION (Book 4)
We believed our government was of the people, by the people, and for the people. We were wrong. A terrorist's last words lead a team of special agents to the discovery of an unimaginable global conspiracy. But time is running out. The numbers are converging. Can a group of fugitive FBI and CIA operatives prevent the coming catastrophe before the world crosses The Nash Criterion?