This collection includes three complete novels by Tim Kizer: The Vanished, Days of Vengeance, and Spellbound.
The Vanished, a suspense novel
He has to become a child killer to save his daughter's life.
On May 6, five-year-old Annie Miller goes missing in a park. On May 7, her father, David Miller, fails a lie detector test. On May 9, during a hypnosis session, David confesses to murdering his daughter and gives the police the location of the knife he used to kill her. The knife has traces of Annie's blood and David's fingerprints all over it.
Two weeks later, a man named Ben calls David and tells him Annie's alive. Ben is willing to let the girl go, but first David has to do something for him--something that would land David in prison for the rest of his life.
Can David trust him?
Is Ben even real?
Days of Vengeance, a suspense novel
First, he murdered his wife.
Then he lost his memory.
Now he has to remember where he buried the body or his in-laws will kill him.
"Dear Frank, I know you killed your wife, and I can prove it..."
After receiving this note, Frank Fowler, a man suffering from amnesia, begins to suspect he may have murdered his wife Kelly, who vanished three days before he lost his memory. The bad news is Kelly's family has the same suspicions and will stop at nothing to make him remember what he has done to their beloved sister and where he buried her body.
Frank's search for answers becomes a fight for survival after he recalls that his wife's relatives are a clique of ruthless serial kidnappers serving a mysterious one-legged man. His chances are slim: one of the in-laws is a cop and another is a multimillionaire.
However, the question still remains: Why did he kill his wife?
Frank's options are limited: he either finds his wife's body or dies. In his race against time Frank has all the clues to the puzzle, he just needs to remember them before it's too late.
Spellbound, a suspense novel
You can get in, but you can't get out... at least not alive.
Shortly after his arrival in the small town of Porterville, Texas, Detective Jack Nelson meets a stranger who claims that they've been friends for over a month. A waitress in the diner across the street from his motel recognizes Jack and tells him he's been eating at her restaurant for two months.
When Jack discovers undeniable evidence that most of his memories are false, he begins to suspect that he's a subject of a mind-manipulation experiment conducted by a secret organization. What he doesn't realize is that the motel he's staying at is owned by a powerful evil entity thriving on death and human suffering. He also doesn't know that everyone who left this place ended up committing suicide.