Katherine Monet

Fahrenheit 700

A secret society called The Fire Men learn of the greatest powerful device called The Fahrenheit, a lighter can give whoever holds its pyrokinetic atmokinetic power inside a code decoder called The 700. One of the Fire Men went after The 700 named Thiago who seeks the power for himself. Another Fire Man named Thorin tries to warn Thiago about the dangers going after it and their rival secret society called The Men of War are now on the hunt for it to release great destruction upon the world. The Fire Men join their forces to attempt to thwart the plans of The Men of War.

Grantham’s Thriller

The biggest mansion in the world called Granth House belongs to the wealthy family of the Granthams. The family organizes a grand party at their home and many guests are each taken one by one disappearing into escape rooms they’re trapped in and must figure out the mystery to escape, and if not, they die. A deadly game of escape unravels thrilling events, but what most of the guests don’t know, is that there are many secrets in the great mansion and Detective Cannon Carver has his suspicions on something far bigger than anyone can imagine or expect!

The Symbol Key

Archivist Raymond Langley, who works at the Library of Congress one day discovers a secret bookshelf and finds an interesting, antique book. He came upon a page in the book where there’s something called The Symbol Key, a key can unlock a great historical secret. Raymond sets course on a scavenger hunt for clues to find the key, but a secret society called The Ancient Order is also on the hunt for the key. Raymond and an Architect he met named Stephen Jopp join the hunt and the two men must get the key first before The Ancient Order destroys the secrets of history.

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