Someone is coming to Southtown, San Antonio, and the only thing on their mind is destruction. His name is Will 'the Ghost' Stirman, prison escapee and murderer, and he has one thing on his mind: revenge.That's a problem for private investigator Tres Navarre, whose boss and mentor Eraiyna Manos has a past with Stirman that puts her on his hit list. As Tres digs into the past, he unpicks a thread he really doesn't want to pull.Rich with dusty Texan atmosphere, Southtown is the fifth book in the multiple-award-winning Texan suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
Newly married and with his career as a private investigator behind him, Tres Navarre is expecting a peaceful honeymoon on Rebel Island. Off the coast, however, a storm hovers, and death and destruction soon find Tres once more.A corpse found in the hotel resurrects traumatic childhood memories, and as the rain and wind gather power, the venue's remaining guests begin to be brutally murdered. Past terrors manifest themselves again, and Tres must decide between vengeance and justice.
Rebel Island is the stormy finale to the multiple-award-winning Tres Navarre suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
When his father was murdered in San Antonio ten years ago, Jackson 'Tres' Navarre left town, never to look back. Until now, that is.Accompanied by his enchilada-eating cat Robert Johnson, tough, no nonsense Tres returns to the city looking for answers and a girl he just couldn't leave behind. But when she turns out to be missing, Tres goes on the hunt as an unlicensed private investigator to solve both cases, stirring up a Texan hornets' nest of corruption. And the mob will do anything to silence him.Slick and spicy with Texan spirit, Big Red Tequila is the first book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
Smart-mouthed private investigator and academic Tres Navarre is reluctant to take up a job at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and with good reason: the last two guys who held the post were murdered. But then a bomb hits the dean's office, and the case begins to feel very close to home.Delving into the past of his predecessor, Tres discovers he was the son of an amusement ride manufacturer known as 'The King of the Carnivals', who was also murdered - and the chief suspect, and gang boss, is back in town after years on the run . . .Dark and deadly, The Last King of Texas is the third book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
PI Tres Navarre is planning on a quiet summer of academic teaching in Austin, but his peace is broken by the murder of his brother Garrett's business partner, a tech start-up whizz kid whose death leaves Garrett as the leading suspect.Something - or rather, someone - sinister is at work, as evil stalks the streets of Austin and leads Tres to hunt for secrets lurking at the bottom of a beautiful lake. But the killer won't go down without a fight.Oozing with Texan mystery, The Devil Went Down to Austin is the fourth book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
Tres Navarre has just ten hours before he picks up his private investigator license. On a routine surveillance job, his subject is killed by a gunshot, and suddenly his chances of becoming an official P.I. look like going up in smoke.The victim is Julie Kearnes, a fiddle player who had allegedly stolen the demo tape of an in-demand up-and-coming singer at the centre of a tussle between two agents, one a ruthless manipulator, the other newly vanished. There's a score to be settled, and Tres isn't going to come out second.Hot and heavy with Texan intrigue, The Widower's Two-Step is the second book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
Ralph Arguello is a one-time criminal, now married to San Antonio policewoman Ana, and a friend of private investigator Tres Navarre. When DNA evidence emerges, tying Ralph to a long-unsolved underworld killing on Mission Road, and Ana turns up murdered, Ralph runs to the only person he knows can help him.On the run from a city-wide manhunt, Tres arms himself and heads back to seedy Mission Road in a bid to discover what really happened eighteen years earlier and clear Ralph's name . . . but some secrets are better left buried.A classic of Texan tension, Mission Road is the dramatic sixth book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.