Rookie Homicide Detective Malachi Wolf investigates a string of murders in Washington, DC and uncovers both a vigilante killer and a terrorist conspiracy—making himself a target.
Quarterfinalist in Screencraft's Cinematic Short Story Writing Competition
". . .a must-read for dark crime lovers."
"Gritty and Suspenseful"
—Author Michael Newberry
"An often engaging novel with surprising characters."
"Narrative style is excellent . . . action scenes are exemplary."
—Richard Marek, Editor, The Silence of the Lambs
PenCraft Book Award 2nd Place Winner for Fiction-Thriller-Terrorist category
Trapped on a storm-damaged yacht, a grieving woman must conquer her worst fears and fight for her life when her ocean voyage turns into a nightmare.
"A taut and suspenseful tale on the ocean."
"An expertly paced psychological thriller on the high seas."
—Best Thrillers Review
PenCraft Awards Best Fiction Book of the Year
Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner
Praise for Unseen
“An often engaging novel with surprising characters.”
“This high-stakes political thriller pulses with suspense.”
—Independent Book Review
“Narrative style is excellent… action scenes are exemplary.”
—Richard Marek, editor for The Silence of the Lambs
Jeffrey James Higgins is a former reporter and retired supervisory special agent who writes thriller novels, short stories, creative nonfiction, and essays. He has wrestled a suicide bomber, fought the Taliban in combat, and chased terrorists across five continents. He received both the Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Heroism and the DEA Award of Valor. Jeffrey has been interviewed by CNN, New York Times, Fox News, Investigation Discovery, Declassified, and USA Today. He has won numerous awards, including the PenCraft Book Awards Fiction Book of the Year and a Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal. His debut novel was an Amazon #1 New Release.