Hired killer Tanner escapes from a Mexican prison and goes in search of revenge against the man who was to be his latest target.
Mobster Albert Rossetti thought he was safe after he framed Tanner for drug possession and had him locked away inside a Mexican prison–but Tanner broke out.
Rossetti’s made peace with the man who hired Tanner to kill him, and the contract was cancelled, but that means nothing to Tanner, who lives by his own rules.
Tanner is coming for Rossetti, despite the man’s hit squad, or the determined and troubled female FBI agent chasing him.
Tanner is coming, Tanner is deadly, and Tanner never fails.
Twenty-three women are dead, murdered by a serial killer who shows no mercy.
All twenty-three women shared the same look as Karen Ryan and now Karen Ryan is being stalked, hunted like prey by a man who will stop at nothing to possess her.
Will Karen become victim number twenty-four, or does the prey hide a secret that will bring her predator down?
Right around Christmas of 2015 my elderly father was admitted to the hospital after falling down. At the time, he was on his way to have a dialysis treatment. My dad recovered from the fall, but reentered the hospital only a few weeks later. He is now suffering from mild dementia and has trouble walking.
About a week later, one of my three sisters had a stroke that she is still recovering from. She. like my father, is in a care facility and receiving treatment. She is also having trouble walking.
Last month, one of my other sisters died unexpectedly of a heart attack. When I received the call and was told the horrible news, I was shocked to learn of my sister’s death. She was closest to me in age and we shared similar tastes.
Needless to say, my mind was not on writing and publishing.
However, after spending days wandering around in a fog of confusion and sorrow, I resumed work on my latest book. Although my concentration wasn’t what it should be and I lacked energy, it still felt good to be writing again.
You know, many of you have written to me and thanked me for writing my books, but it is I who should be thanking you. Without you to read what I produce, the act of creating would be far less sweet. So thank you for reading my books and for supporting me in my endeavors. It means a lot to me and it makes the solitary hours spent writing seem less lonely.
Anyway, over the past week, I seem to be back on track and have adjusted to what I’ve come to see is the new normal. Although my dad is still living, I can’t really converse with him as I used to, and I will never have the chance to talk to my sister ever again.
When I sat down to write this post, I simply intended to inform you that TAKEN! 18 is available as a pre-order. Instead, I bled all over the virtual page and vented about my troubles. I hope I haven’t been too depressing, but I guess I needed to talk to my readers, my friends, and to let you know what was going on with me.
Thanks again for reading my books. Also, please love and treasure your family. Tomorrow is never guaranteed.
Hello TANNER & TAKEN! fans,
As you can see, I’m making changes to the website. Actually, a talented man named Faus is making the changes. I’m lucky I can spell the word website.
In any event, the new REMINGTON KANE website will be up and running soon.
For those of you who are Mailing List Members, please be patient and you’ll be able to access that area of the site soon.
I thank you all for your patience.
A Quick Note: TAKEN! – Intentional Acts of Violence will be going up as a Pre-order on June 11th. It will go on sale on June 29th.