Ordainment Betrayal will be featured at the Frankfurt International Book Fair 2017

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About the Books

The Surface Beneath

Ordainment Betrayal

No good deed goes unpunished.

Ex-naval intelligence officer Jack Steele is about to propose to his girlfriend, Martha, when a young, injured, bleeding boy crashes his plans. Bravely, Martha jumps in to protect the boy from the men who are after him.

The ensuing chaos leaves Jack Steele with a dead fiancée and a desperate desire for answers. He vows to unearth the mystery behind the boy and the men behind Martha’s death.

In his search for answers, Jack faces an insurmountable enemy that can very well be his downfall. What can one man do against the one of the most powerful organizations in the world—the Catholic Church?

Jack Steele is on a deadly race to stop a massive human trafficking ring and save countless children from the hands of an unhinged pedophilic priest.

Will he make it in time?

The Surface Beneath

The Surface Beneath

In his debut novel, The Surface Beneath, safety and security expert Dennis Quiles presents the exhilarating adventures of ex-naval intelligence officer Jack Steele, packed with action, mystery, drama, and suspense.

Former naval officer turned private investigator Jack Steele gets entangled in a web of conspiracies that can very well cause him his life when he receives a key to a safety deposit box that holds the journal of Marilyn Monroe.

Within the pages of Monroe’s journal, Jack discovers a forty-year-old dark secret that involves the largest government organizations and most prominent officials. His possession of the journal places Jack directly in the path of the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the deadliest assassin in the world.

What is the secret inside the journal of Marilyn Monroe? Will Jack Steele uncover the whole truth, or will his enemies shut him up forever? They say that curiosity killed the cat . . .

The Surface Beneath

Games of Mind

Ex-naval intelligence officer Jack Steele is back in another heart-stopping mystery thriller in Games of Mind.

Jack Steele receives a mysterious letter from an estranged relative, whom he hasn’t seen for twenty years. His Aunt Marie, who lives in a sleepy town in Nome, Alaska, breaks decades of isolation to ask for Jack’s help. Marie’s husband, Jimmy, is in hot water. And Jack Steele knows he’ll be in it, too, if he gets involved. But family takes precedence over one’s safety.

Jack travels to Nome to investigate, and he uncovers something disturbing. Lindberg Research Corporations in Nome has been abducting citizens to use as test subjects in their mind-control research.

With a discovery like that, Jack becomes the target of powerful and dangerous men, including ex-Special Forces Green Benet—who’s sworn to end Jack no matter the cost.

Far from his turf and without his usual arsenal, can Jack save the people of Nome and survive?

After his fiancée is killed protecting a child from the mob, Jack searches for answers.

Posted by BookMad on Wednesday, 24 May 2017
Dennis Quilles

About the Author

Dennis Quiles is an accomplished corporate protective professional and a US Armed Forces veteran. Dennis is in charge of protecting twenty billion dollars in assets in one of the globe’s largest international corporations. He has over thirty years of experience in the protection business and has earned six security certifications from premier organizations in the industry. Dennis graduated as a private investigator at the Antilles Detective Academy and a master’s degree in business administration from the American Intercontinental University. When not working, Dennis enjoys spending time with his family and indulging in his many hobbies, including, hiking, reading and writing.

Excerpts

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Ordainment Betrayal

Robert looked at his wife, who was still looking down. He looked around the house, as if he was looking at it for the very last time. As he did, he felt the pain and sorrow of the moment, and two long tears ran over his cheeks. He desperately looked for, but could not find, the strength to say what he really wanted to say. He wanted to cry out loud and clear that he had nothing to do with his little angel’s disappearance and that he was just living the worst day of his life. He wanted so much for Cynthia to look. . .

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The Surface Beneath

As for me—I was, and am, a simple guy. I live by the rules, as they have kept me alive long enough to appreciate their value. My first rule of business is: “When your gut tells you something, you have to listen.” My guts have saved this old skin so many times that I don’t even count anymore. Andrew was an academic, and I taught him street smarts, the kind you only get roaming the streets of New York and surviving the perils of life in a city that does not forgive mistake.

A gust of blood spilled from the man on the chair, who said, “Who the hell are you talking about? I’ve killed many people in my life. . . .

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Games of Mind

The moment I picked up the envelope from my desk, I knew that I was about to enter into waters I should have avoided sailing. But my loyalty to family blood was stronger than my gut feeling.

My uncle liked the wilderness, airplanes, and being away from the family. I’d always thought that he liked to be alone after witnessing the atrocities of war, and I kind of understood and respected that. The last thing that I remembered from Uncle Jimmy was that he was working at Anchorage Airport, Alaska, but his address was from yet another town called Nome, Alaska. . .

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