4.6 rating based on 7 ratings (all editions)
Author(s): Publisher: Beach Life Books
Bound by running talent, five upwardly mobile, thirtysomething men juggle relationships, careers, heartaches, and technology’s pervasive reach, all the while training and racing together, pursuing cross-country club championship bragging rights.
Gregarious loner Dillon Percy literally runs away with his dog, Miles, from a messy divorce and opens up a Bed, Run & Breakfast in Sonoma County, California, immersing himself in the inn’s restoration and operation with the aid of two quirky locals.
Chase Brandon hails from Wisconsin by way of New York, runs a small ad agency, and embraces technology to its fullest. Perpetually shirtless, single, and always the funny man, Chase hides behind brands, tech, and endless laps on the track, masking a deep pain.
US history high school teacher and cross-country coach, local running club president, and marathoner chasing an elusive Olympic trials qualifying standard, Spencer Lingard commits to everything in his life except marriage to his longtime cohabiting girlfriend.
Jim Greyson’s life has been filled with terrible misfortune . . . most of which never actually happened. His recent engagement, the accounting firm he works for being poised for a merger, and the exponentially increasing pace of life and technology leave no shortage of things for him to fret over while running.
Husband, father, self-employed landscaper, philosopher, poet, and devout trail runner who shuns timepieces and strict training schedules, Jake Dearborn personifies the life of the Code Hero.
Timely and soulfully satisfying, On Sundays We Go Long reminds us of our primal need to commune and enjoy the company of others in ways Facebook, Twitter, and text messaging cannot begin to replace.
4.6 rating based on 17 ratings (all editions)
Author(s): Publisher: Beach Life Books
“Absolutely compelling. . .Fast pace. . .Rich texture. . .
Vivid characters. . .Provocative ironies.”
—Mark Spencer, author of A Haunted Love Story
A vigilante computer hacker set her sights on a Wall Street financier suspected of defrauding investors, including her parents, out of millions of dollars only to discover a shocking secret about her own past.
Twenty-two-year-old Alex Smyth, hacker name Wolf_Eyes, shares a unique trait with wolves: her eye color—something kids on the playground once teased her about, calling her Wolf Eyes and howling into the sky whenever she’d pass by. Those childhood taunts would steer her toward the virtual gaming world and hacktivism, righting wrongs done to society.
When Alex learns that her senior year at Stanford is placed on hold after a questionable investment her parents made suddenly wipes out their life savings, she sets in motion a complex plan to bring to justice the New York investment firm responsible, headed up by Frank Gordon, a well-respected philanthropist.
In her way stands Frank’s son, Alec Gordon, a third-year cybercriminology student with Sherlock Holmes–like instincts, working for a cybercrime task force bent on taking down hackers who hide out in the comfort of their homes wreaking wireless havoc on the world.
Alex’s and Alec’s common desire to uncover the truth exposes more than they bargained for, but will it matter by the time the digital dust settles?
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Just finished reading ‘The Hunt for Wolf Eyes’. Fun, smart, sexy read that keeps you guessing. Begging to be made into a movie. Looking forward to Ty’s next book! –Dave Sell
This book kept me up at night because I could not put it down. Suspenseful is right and the author did great job getting you connected to the characters and flow. I will be watching out for more work from this author. –Laura Stephens
Such a great read. Once you start you don’t want to put the book down. Really enjoyed the twist in the story. –Liz Bernstein
Fun and interesting book to read. Very fast paced. I highly recommend it. –Ilyce Shugal
Fantastic read! I highly recommend it!!!! –Michelle Cantor
I really hope he writes another book. I would definitely read it. –Connie