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BLACKRIDGE: Scavenger Hunt
The first book of the Blackridge Saga introduces the character of Morgan Callahan and shows her devotion to the aged tycoon Walter Davenhurst, employer and friend of her late father, Renner. Determined to show Walter she can do just as good of a job working personal security for him as her father did, Morgan convinces him to give her the job, which he does, despite the risks involved.
Their first task together is to find out just what the scheming Vanda Devon is up to and why she is trying to propel her company into the spotlight with something revolutionary, if not ... relatively mundane. Plotting to steal plans from a mysterious company, Vanda is doing everything she can to obtain greatness and she's not having the interference of anyone in order to get what she wants. Meanwhile, the shadowy corporation is intent on killing anyone who comes in contact with their stolen information.
BLACKRIDGE: Lost and Found
In the second book of the Blackridge Saga, Morgan Callahan and her friends are celebrating the 3-year anniversary opening of her non-profit Callahan Center, a place of refuge for abused women and children. After their evening concludes, Morgan is psychically drawn to the emotional suffering of a nearby homeless girl in an alley and gets her to the hospital. The girl is later moved to the Callahan Center for rehabilitation and treatment, facing the long road to recovery.
Walter Davenhurst learns that a murder has taken place in a secret facility of his in a remote, desolate part of the world. Rather than allow Morgan to investigate, he sends Sargo and Anthony Ditelli to protect his son, Thomas Davenhurst, while he attempts to learn the dark truth of the matter.
BLACKRIDGE: The Dark of Hearts
The third book of the Blackridge Saga finds events heating up intensely. This is one my favorite books in the Saga.
Anthony Ditelli gets beat up in a violent attack outside of Lou's Bar and he won't tell anyone the truth about what really happened or who did it to him, even though everyone that loves Anthony knows he is hiding something. He's faced with having to recuperate from his terrible injuries at Morgan's house and struggle with the demons of his past.
Morgan Callahan and Sargo, meanwhile, are contacted by Dr. Jourdan and told that they just might have the opportunity to catch a killer that's been on the loose for a while, eluding them and leaving far more questions about his motives than answers. Walter Davenhurst is against it, but Morgan can be very persuasive when she's determined to get something she wants.
In the fourth book of the Blackridge Saga, treachery abounds as a meek DanyCrom financial executive has unknowingly become a pawn in the corporate rivalry with the leaders of HilCrom Consolidated.
Seeking to further advance herself by nearly any means possible, the scheming Diana Scarboro attempts to ingratiate herself with Ed Spencer, the executive who is beginning to make important friends in all the right places among their rival company’s enemy camp, while completely unaware of their nefarious intentions.
Anthony Ditelli, now the owner of a successful restaurant, is drawn back to his old job with DanyCrom when a rash of kidnappings begins in and around Blackridge. He gets closer and closer to uncovering the sinister truth behind the abductions. Morgan Callahan and her team are forced to face a terrible tragedy that none of them expected while their enemies continue to scheme all around them.