Kyndall Family Thrillers

Romantic Suspense & Thrillers


Sit back, relax, and get ready to be entertained with mystery, passion, and deception.

Welcome to the gripping, action-packed world of the Kyndall family! A romantic suspense series filled with spine-tingling thrills and alluring romance. Set against some of America’s most beautiful landscapes, from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and the Highlands of Maine to the sweeping peaks of Alaska. You’re bound to fall in love with the characters—and their surroundings. Scroll down to meet the family.

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Kyndall Family Thrillers, book 3

In the shadow of Alaska’s Chugach Mountains, a darkness lurks and threatens a quiet coastal village in The Wicked Cries Wolf, the third book in the Kyndall Family Thriller series. 


A woman desperate for solitude. A man with an enemy he can’t see. A dangerous game neither wants to play. 


International bestselling author Meaghan Ryers has gained wealth, success, and fame . . . and all she wants is to be left alone. When her sister suggests she escape to someplace quiet where no one will find her, Meaghan picks a spot on the map and heads for Alaska. 


Sheriff Donovan Kyndall of Stewart’s Crossing, Alaska, arrives at the scene of a car fire after receiving a mysterious call. He doesn’t expect a woman from out of town to be at the scene, begging him to believe someone was killed. As clues into the fire emerge, Donovan has to ask himself how she’s connected and how a caller knows details from his own tragic past. 


As the truth is revealed, Donovan and Meaghan are entangled in a puzzle of lies, treachery, and clues they must decode if they are to outlast their enemy.

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Kyndall Family Thrillers, book 2

A woman preyed upon by corruption. A man who won’t abandon her. An obsession that could destroy them both. 

Heather York’s investigative career with the U.S. Marshals Service is neither glamorous nor dangerous, but when she’s thrust to the precipice of an unexpected threat, she has no choice but to wonder if she was meant to be collateral damage or the intended victim. 

At a luxury lakeside lodge in Maine, Jordan Kyndall’s plans to celebrate the wedding of his college roommate go awry before the happy couple has a chance to say “I do.” Jordan anticipated a good time with old friends. Instead, he stumbles upon a gruesome scene in the picturesque woods of the woman whose lifeless body unexpectedly stirs his protective nature. 

As the threat against them grows and the questions multiply, they’ll have to trust each other—and their feelings—if they’re going to survive. 

From a quaint and unsuspecting town in northern Maine comes Shadow of the Forgotten, the second book in the Kyndall Family Thrillers series, a contemporary suspense series filled with gripping intrigue, riveting romance, and nonstop adventure.

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Kyndall Family Thrillers, book 1

A woman haunted by her past. A man willing to do whatever it takes to save her. A killer closing in. 


FBI Agent Alexa Kyndall devoted eight years of her life to the search for justice, showing no mercy to the guilty and depraved. When she joins a special task force to bring down a serial killer, Alexa encounters the most unexpected criminal of her career. 


When a child witnesses a brutal slaying, Alexa's life becomes intertwined with Craig Pierson's, a man with his own haunted past. They join forces, only to discover they must put everything on the line in a pulse-pounding struggle to protect and survive. 


Nestled in a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, The Dragon's Staircase is an intriguing, nonstop adventure that will keep readers enthralled from start to finish.

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Kyndall Family Thrillers, short story prequel

He'll strike when she least expects it. 


Alexa Kyndall, an FBI special agent, has seen too many vile and unrepentant people escape justice. After coming off a harrowing kidnapping case, she visits her hometown of Stewart’s Crossing while on a two-week vacation. 


Set in the wilderness of Alaska, "Blade of Death" will leave readers on edge and grasping for clues in this short story prequel to the Kyndall Family Thrillers. Join Alexa and her brothers as they track down a killer before an old friend becomes his next victim.

The Kyndall Family

Meet the Kyndall’s: Alexa, Jordan, Donovan, and Owen. Four siblings connected by the unbreakable bonds of love, loyalty, and family—who will stand together, no matter the costs.

The Dragon's Staircase and Shadow of the Forgotten are co-authored with Everly Archard.

Alexa Kyndall

The Dragon's Staircase

Book One & the Prequel



Birthdate: June 15th

Birthplace: Stewart Crossing, AK

Height: 5’10”

Hair Color: Medium-dark brown hair

Eye Color: Light brown eyes with green and gold flecks

Occupation: Former FBI out of Atlanta; Runs her brother’s wilderness camp office in Woodlyn, NC.

Education: Criminal Justice degree from Georgetown University and law degree Georgetown Law; never took the bar exam

Donovan Kyndall

The Wicked Cries Wolf

Book Three & the Prequel



Birthdate: March 17th

Birthplace: Stewart Crossing, AK

Height: 6’3”

Hair Color: Dark brown hair

Eye Color: Green eyes

Occupation: Sheriff in Stewart Crossing, AK

Education: Criminal Justice degree from University of Alaska

Jordan Kyndall

Shadow of the Forgotten

Book Two & the Prequel



Birthdate: June 15th

Birthplace: Stewart Crossing, AK

Height: 6’1”

Hair Color: Medium-dark brown hair

Eye Color: Light brown eyes with green and gold flecks

Occupation: Ex-military; Owns a wilderness journey camp in AK and NC called Eagle Wilderness Journeys

Education: B.A. in Anthropology

Owen Kyndall

Title TBA

Book Four & the Prequel



Birthdate: December 10th

Birthplace: Stewart Crossing, AK

Height: 6’2”

Hair Color: Light brown hair

Eye Color: Hazel eyes

Occupation: Ranger with the National Parks Service

Education: B.S. in Environment & Society from the University of Alaska & Training at Historic Preservation Training Center in Frederick, Maryland