Russell Davis has written novels and short stories under his name and a number of pseudonyms, including:

Jenna Solitaire: (Daughter of Destiny Series)

Keeper of the Winds (Daughter of Destiny series: Book One)
Keeper of the Waters (Daughter of Destiny Series: Book Two)
Keeper of the Flames (The Guardian of the Boards: Book Three)
Keeper of the Earth (The Guardian of the Boards: Book Four)

Book Description

February 7, 2006 Daughter of Destiny (Book 1)

My name is Jenna Solitaire and everything I thought I knew about myself, my family, and my future is wrong. My life is not my own. It never has been. I just didn't know it--until now…

After the death of her grandfather, nineteen-year-old Jenna Solitaire finds an ancient wooden board hidden away in the attic of his house. Scorched by fire and covered in mysterious symbols, the board fascinates her--and scares her--at the same time. As does Simon Monk, the handsome stranger who has come into her life, claiming to know about the board. Even more frightening is the voice whispering in Jenna's head, calling her "Keeper." Does Jenna have power over the winds, as Simon claims? Is she truly the Daughter of Destiny


"The first installment in the Daughter of Destiny series, this fast-paced book can easily be read in an afternoon. Jenna's struggle to decide whom she can and cannot rely on will strike a chord with the reader, as will Jenna's reluctant attraction to Simon, a mysterious stranger who claims that he is trying to help Jenna learn about the board. The author strikes a good balance between action sequences and moments of introspection on Jenna's part….Recommended for all libraries with substantial teen fantasy collections. (4Q/4P/J/S)"--Voices of Youth Advocates on Keeper of the Winds

"An intriguing and trendy concept certain to appeal to teen readers."--Booklist on Keeper of the Winds

Cliff Ryder

The Ties That Bind (Room 59)

Book Description
September 1, 2008

Officially, it doesn't exist. Off the books, Room 59 is mandated to disrupt and terminate threats that bury offi cial channels in red tape. Driven, dedicated and extremely effi cient, the elite agents recruited for the ultimate spy game ply their trade below the radar and on the razor's edge of action...and sudden death.
New recruit Jason Siku is ex-CIA, a cold, calculating agent with black ops skills and a brilliant mind--a loner perfect for deep espionage work. Using his Inuit heritage and a search for his lost family as covers, he tracks intelligence reports of a new Russian Oscar-class submarine capable of reigniting the Cold War. But when Jason discovers weapons smugglers and an idealistic yet dangerous brother he never knew existed, the line between his mission and a secret hope collide with deadly consequences.

Cliff Ryder 

Out of Time (Room 59)

Book Description
March 1, 2008
When crisis looms and politics and red tape conspire against effective measures, the International Intelligence Agency plays its hidden hand. Now the spymasters of Room 59--dedicated, dangerous and willing to push the limit--get the green light to eradicate the threat.

Room 59 agent Alex Tempest has a secret: a degenerative illness that may end his career as a fi eld operative. But first he accepts one final mission.'s personal. A research facility in China has built the ultimate biological weapon. Alex's job: infi ltrate and destroy. His wife works at the biotech company's stateside lab, and Alex fears danger is poised to hit home. But when Alex is captured, his personal and professional worlds collide in a last, desperate gamble to stop ruthless masterminds from unleashing virulent, unstoppable death.

Don Pendeleton's, The Executioner:

Fire Zone (Executioner)
Shadow Hunt (Executioner)
Hazard Zone (The Executioner)
Decision Point (Superbolan)
Lethal Diversion (The Executioner)
Ivory Wave (Executioner)
Extraction (Executioner
Desert Impact (Executioner)
Perilous Cargo (Executioner)

David Cian

The Transformers Legends

Annihilation (Transformers, Book 2) (Bk. 2)

The Transformers: Book 3: Fusion (Transformers (Ibooks))


Christopher Tracy

The Librarian – Feature Film Novelization – iBooks, inc.

Amazon; Barnes and Noble; Alibris

D.L. Lawson

Crimson Heir  - Written as D.L. Lawson – iBooks, inc.
    Amazon; Barnes and Noble; Goodreads

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