The Books

WILDFIRE RUN – Just once Luke Brockett would like to do something slightly dangerous, but when your father is the Presidents of the United States, that is not an option.

Always surrounded by Secret Service agents and kept in a bubble of safety, Luke see Camp David, The presidential retreat in the woods of Maryland, as the only place where he can be almost normal. For one week in August, Luke’s mother has arranged for Luke and two friends to ‘experience nature’, if they can only manage to ignore the armed Marines all around them.

The experience comes to a quick end when disaster strikes. Luke and his friends are trapped inside, left on their own, the Secret Service agents incapacitated, forcing the three to outwit security systems designed to be unbeatable in their attempts to escape before it is too late.

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WOLF STORM – This is Stefan’s big break. He’s on location in the mountains far from home for his first movie role, filming a blockbuster sci fi adventure. The props, the spaceships, and the trained wolves on set should add up to a dream job, but acting turns out to be much tougher than he ever imagined, and he feels like his inner loser is all that’s showing through.

From the way his famously stuck-up co-star, Raine, treats him, he’s pretty sure she thinks so too. And worst of all, no one will believe his claim there are wild wolves haunting the forest around the set.

When a blizzard strikes, isolating the young co-stars and bringing hungry feral wolves into the open, Stefan must take on his biggest role yet-working together with his costars to survive. With no second takes, they only have one chance to get it right.


Coming September 1, 2011 from HarperCollins


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