Author: Gregg Luke

Plague by Gregg Luke

Plague by Gregg Luke

Centuries ago, the Black Death shadowed the world, claiming the lives of tens of millions. Now the world is on the brink of another scourge—and this time, it will be an extinction-level event… Professor Mitch Pine knows all too well the history of epidemics, so the startling new information he’s discovered has him racing to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. Mitch has uncovered […]

April 3, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Hunter’s Son by Gregg Luke

The Hunter’s Son by Gregg Luke

For as long as Jarem can remember, the war between the Nephites and Lamanites has raged on. But for the young Nephite, there is security in the knowledge that the ruthless Lamanite warriors would never dare cross the border into his village—until the unthinkable happens. A Lamanite raiding party defies boundaries, destroying the village and killing Jarem’s family. Enslaved to his enemies, Jarem must rely […]

November 2, 2017 / 0 Comments
Infected by Gregg Luke

Infected by Gregg Luke

Mother Nature: the world’s most innovative KILLER… Deep in the jungles of Venezuela, mycologist Dr. Julia Fatheringham is engrossed in her study of native fungi. But what begins as a standard research trip quickly spirals into chaos when her associate’s erratic behavior results in his horrifying death. Soon, Julia makes a startling discovery: her partner was contaminated by an organism found only in insects. It […]

September 20, 2016 / 1 Comment
The Healer by Gregg Luke

The Healer by Gregg Luke

After successfully completing his first-year professorship, Welsh folklore expert Chris Pendragon has earned a vacation. At least that’s what the young scholar tells himself—but deep down, he feels an urgency to reassess his life, to find a sense of purpose. Hoping that perhaps a trip to Wales will provide him the answers he seeks, Chris embarks on a journey of self-discovery. He could never have […]

February 9, 2015 / 1 Comment
Do No Harm by Gregg Luke

Do No Harm by Gregg Luke

Paul Randall needs to start over, and Crescent Cove looks like the ideal place for the widowed pharmacist to begin again. What could be more perfect than running an old-fashioned pharmacy in an idyllic small town on the coast of northern California? But soon after purchasing the charming drugstore, Paul discovers it will be anything but business as usual in his new locale. Although Crescent […]

January 10, 2008 / 4 Comments