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Wanted: Tomb Raider—No experience necessary. Requires Life Insurance. Will be working with deadly magical artifacts and killers. Grab your copy of the entire I Fear No Evil series in one specially priced boxed set today!
Wanted: Tomb Raider—No experience necessary. Requires Life Insurance. Will be working with deadly magical artifacts and killers.
Grab your copy of the entire I Fear No Evil series in one specially priced boxed set today!
Kill the Willing
Shay Carson had a wake up call when a hitman was sent after her. Her previous profession was getting a bit personal.
Then, life offered her a chance to disappear, and she did.
What’s a girl to do with a very specific set of skills?
Take up Tomb Raiding!
Behind every complicated woman is a story. For Shay, it happens to be a little complicated and she can’t share with her new friends.
Better to lie to her friends than have to kill more for knowing too much!
Bury the Past, But Shoot It First
Magic is back on Earth and there’s money to be made.
It didn’t take long for Shay Carson to figure out that being a hitman isn’t good for a girl’s retirement plans. Time to fake her own death and get the hell out of town. Start over in L.A. with dream job number two—tomb raider in a world just coming to terms with magic. Just as dangerous a profession but the payoff’s bigger even if someone’s still shooting at her.
Good thing this girl has better aim and no problem pulling the trigger.
Killer for hire needs to retool her skill set. Find a new career with a little less risk.
Meet Shay Carson—Tomb Raider for hire. Good with weapons, works badly with others, can leave at a moment’s notice and not thrown by magic.
She’s already making a name for herself on the dark web. Rich people in search of treasure willing to pay to send someone else. Look out world . . .
Dead in Plain Sight
Shay Carson’s rep as a tomb raider grows, along with her list of new friends.
The former killer for hire has managed to figure out what a life looks like without killing off her inner circle. But a teenage elf may upend all of it.
New adventures across France hunting for the lost scepter of Dagobert protected by dark magic or finding the answers to a broken piece of machinery that’s 300 million years old. Not your typical day job.
Shay is not your typical woman . . . just ask Brownstone.
Tomb Raiding PHD
What do you do when someone threatens your man? If his name is Brownstone, you can take the easy way out and just tell him. He’ll take care of the rest.
But if you’re Shay Carson, archaeologist of magic and history, you take care of it, permanently. It’s her specialty.
In a surprising twist, Shay’s turned out to be teachable and is taking along Lily, a Gray Elf to help her settle the score, while Peyton, her IT specialist with a love of costumes and pizza has her back.
Tomb Raider Emeritus
Shay Carson has a secret. Not all aliens are Oricerans. Turns out there’s been more than one kind of portal to Earth. But having just enough information to know you’re in trouble is the best way to get yourself killed.
That’s alright, Shay can take care of business, order pizza and keep her head on a swivel, looking for trouble. She’s a tomb raider and a professor with a dark past and a new family to protect. James Brownstone wanted to keep it simple . . . He never saw Shay Carson coming.
NOTE: This book contains cursing. Perhaps humorous cursing, but cursing nevertheless. If this offends you, I don’t suggest reading this book.