US Federal Marshal Dean Honeybone escorts extradited child killer Richard Stance to Australia when their plane crashes off the northeast coast of the island continent. The only survivors of the packed flight are Honeybone and four-year-old Kaia Pendleton. As Dean and Kaia recuperate in a Queensland hospital, questions swirl about what caused the accident...and what happened to Stance’s body, the only one not recovered from the wreckage.
As the Honeybone series progresses, Dean's life is threatened. Has Stance has somehow survived the crash? Or does Dean have another enemy? Death and danger are as close as the next barrier reef…
Honeybone Book 1
Creed Book 2
Bruny Book 3
Honeybone Book 1
US Federal Marshal Dean Honeybone is accompanying extradited child killer Richard Stance to Australia when their plane crashes off the north-east coast of the island continent. The only survivors of the packed flight are Honeybone and four-year old Kaia Pendleton, whom Dean rescued during the crash. As Dean and Kaia recuperate in a Queensland hospital, questions swirl about what caused the accident…and what happened to Stance’s body, the only one not recovered from the crash site.
Unable to return to work due to his injuries and plagued by raging headaches and violent nightmares, Honeybone must rest. Convinced that Stance has survived and is out there somewhere, free to kill again, he’s reluctant to take the gift of a week-long dream vacation at Wilson Island, a remote, luxury island resort where only ten guests at a time are allowed to visit. Honeybone gives in however and falls hard and fast for Jean-Luc Sebastien, the French chef on the island…but discovers that death and danger are as close as the next barrier reef.
Honeybone Book 2
Dean Honeybone has made great progress in his recovery from a plane crash in Queensland, Australia. Now in New Orleans with his lover, French chef Jean-Luc Sebastien, Honeybone is scheduled to get back to work except…he’s started receiving nasty notes. The sender claims to be watching him. The sender claims to be Richard Stance, the man he was accompanying on the plane to Australia when it crashed.
Unwilling to put his lover at risk, Honeybone wants to send Jean-Luc out of the country, he hopes, to safety and returns to work on a Louisiana murder case. Jean-Luc, unwilling to run, stays in New Orleans, putting a strain on the two men’s relationship. Meanwhile, Kaia Pendleton, the little girl Dean rescued in the crash, wants to visit Dean and Jean-Luc as promised. With the crazy letters and calls escalating, Honeybone fears the killer’s prophecy of fulfilling his creed.
Honeybone Book 3
US Marshal Dean Honeybone and his lover, Jean-Luc, are in Tasmania visiting Kaia Pendleton, the little girl who, along with Dean, is the only survivor of a plane crash off the coast of eastern Australia. Kaia, who now lives in Launceston, is not coping well with her new life with her strict grandmother, romance novelist, Kat Pendleton. Kat calls Honeybone and Jean-Luc, hoping a short visit from them will help Kaia settle down in school…however, it is soon clear neither man experiences the problems with Kaia that her grandmother does.
Both men long to take her home to the US with them, but Kat Pendleton refuses, citing Honeybone’s dangerous job. Meanwhile, Cho Paek, a beautiful young Korean immigrant student has vanished on a trip to remote Bruny Island. At the request of his boss, Honeybone, takes part in the search for Cho, leaving Jean-Luc to deal with Kaia…