The Young Bo Series

Minor Chords [COMING SOON]

book one in the Young Bo series

They say everything around you changes when you meet ‘the one’. They always talk about the way time slows down when you finally see ‘the one’. They talk about the way everyone and everything but your ‘one’ simply fade into nothingness.

It’s always said that you will immediately know your ‘one’ is absolute perfection, that your life will never again be the same without them.

It’s no different for Vivian when she first lays eyes on him that morning, playing his guitar on the sidewalk across the street. It isn’t until she’s staring at the beautiful young man that she realizes they were all right. Time did slow down. Everything else did fade away. She really did know he was perfect. She has finally found her ‘one’ after so many years of looking, and he has been just across the way this whole time.

This is the one she will finally kill.


book two in the Young Bo series

Stick a man in the middle of nature and he’ll tell you what it means to him. For some, it’s a sense of peace, for others, it’s a place to hunt or go camping. For Trevor Hayes, the middle of nature is a place of freedom, the one place on earth that is truly judgment-free. The middle of nature is a place where Trevor feels at home. The middle of nature is where the trees speak to him and where he speaks to the trees.

The middle of nature is the one place Trevor Hayes can perfect his craft away from the city, away from other people. Drilling replica tusks into trees, hanging young teenage boys from them, and carving a deep, bloody letter M into their abdomens. It’s his craft, and watching them bleed out is his admiration.

A hunger for perfection, a craving for attention, and a desire for murder. These drive Trevor to the middle of nature to accomplish his biggest goal: the protection of his little girl.

Always Watching [COMING SOON]

book three in the Young Bo series

Bo Austen is supposed to be on his second year as a forensic analyst. Instead, he’s two weeks into his indefinite suspension from the job he’s worked so hard for. Talks of moving the fifteen-year-old to a new station hang heavy in the air when a new case strikes. Not quite a homicide, but Bo knows better than anyone how quickly a threatening letter can turn into murder. He doesn’t care where he has to work.

He wants the case.

Initiate the Boys [COMING SOON]

book four in the Young Bo series

Finally back in his own department after a presumed indefinite leave and a transfer to the West Department, teenage forensic analyst Bo Austen takes on a homicide case with Officers Chase and Gibson.

A teenage boy dead, bullet wounds to the forehead and th chest. It matches the M.O. of a scene Aramis had worked while Bo was stuck at the West Department, a case they had already caught the killer for.

Either they were wrong, they have a copycat, or someone is training others to do their dirty work for them.

3 thoughts on “The Young Bo Series

  1. Howdy! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after looking at many of the posts I realized it’s new to me.
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