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About Killarney Traynor
Killarney Traynor is a New England-born novelist, actress, singer, and martial artist. Her debut novel, Summer Shadows, was released in November 2014, and achieved Bestseller ranking on Amazon's Cozy Mystery category within one month.
Killarney works with Narrow Street Films as writer, director, and producer. She directed the short film, Typo Squad, and is currently working on a short-film sequel to her movie, The Dinner Party.
When she isn't writing, she can usually be found rummaging through used book stores, scouring the internet for little-known Sci-Fi shows, getting lost in Boston, or searching for the perfect cup of tea.
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Several years ago, a treasure hunting reality show resurrected the long-forgotten tale of Civil War treasure buried on my family's property. Ever since, amateur treasure hunters have been trespassing, invading our land. When their negligence cost my uncle his life, I forged a letter to disprove the treasure's existence. This stopped the hunters – but only for a time. Now they are coming back and, what’s worse, my secret has been discovered.
Arrogant Professor Gregory Randall knows about the forged letter, and he can ruin me with one phone call. But he won’t – as long I let him stay on the property to search for the treasure himself. It isn't easy living in the same house as your blackmailer, and there's more to Randall than meets the eye. He’s convinced there’s something to find, and I’m starting to think he might be right.
But even as we race to find the treasure first, the situation is becoming dangerous. Someone is determined to stop us: and they aren't afraid to use violence to do so. I’m running out of ideas, options, and time, and what’s worse, my blackmailer is the only one I can rely on.
My first defense is the last man I can trust.
Not the typical family vacation.
When Julia Lamontaigne arrives in Franklin, New Hampshire, she's looking for an escape from the tragedies that have taken over her life. Haunted by the legacy of her beloved sister, and entrusted with her sister's three orphaned children, Julia hopes for a summer of peaceful healing... And hopefully, bonding.
At first, the small New Hampshire town seems to be the perfect location. They quickly settle in and make friends with their eccentric neighbors, then begin work on their summer house – while Julia is drawn into a relationship with Robert Wilde, the handsome cop next door.
But Franklin is haunted, too - by the decades-old murder of a beautiful young artist, killed in the house at the end of Julia's street. Even though everyone says that the case is solved, Julia can't escape the feeling that there's more to the story than she’s being told.
Someone doesn’t want the murder case re-opened. And they’re willing to kill again to stop it.
The house at the end of the street hasn’t begun to give up its secrets.
All high school student Heather Miller wants is a chance to make a big impression on Jeff Levinson, the awkward/genius new kid in school. Taking him hiking in the White Mountains with her cool older brother, part-time park ranger Nick, seems like a great idea... until they discover a strange ship, crash-landed in the middle of nowhere.
Aliens have landed. They are bigger, faster, stronger, and have nothing to lose and no one to fear. Stranded in the mountains, miles from civilization, Heather, Jeff, and Nick are the only ones that can save Earth from invasion - if they can survive long enough to get back home.
'Universal Threat' is a nostalgic sci-fi adventure set in the 1980s, written by and for Twilight Zone fans. Best read outdoors by campfire.
Twenty-five years later, a car crash forces four friends to stay overnight in the abandoned Reynolds house. Married couple Michael and Susan Wright, nurse Linda Vincent, and her brother, Vietnam vet and PTSD sufferer Johnny Vincent, are too smart to believe in the supernatural, but they might have a change of mind. The car crash wasn't an accident: Johnny, Linda, Michael, and Susan have been chosen as pawns in a deadly battle of wills.
As the darkness falls, each will be tested - fighting not only for their lives, but for their sanity.
The last thing pistol-packing, burnt-out missionary woman Jenny Goodnight wants is trouble. Unfortunately for her, the town of Legacy is just about to go to war, with the secretive and powerful founding family on one side and Jenny's uncle, the firebrand newspaperman Matthew Goodnight, on the other. Blood will be shed and Jenny is right in the middle.
When one of the combatants is murdered, Jenny becomes the sheriff's preferred suspect. Now to catch a killer and save herself from the gallows, she is going to have to put herself in harm's way. Everyone in Legacy, including Jenny, has secrets… and someone is more than willing to kill again to keep them.
"Jenny Goodnight" is a slow-burn, action-packed western mystery.
Lawrence and his partner, Sohm, soon find themselves drawn into a complex web involving a missing girl, drugs, a popular author, a disappointed man, a grieving widower, a driven student with a past, a drug ring... and a killer who will strike again.