ISBN: 978-0-9894681-5-2
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“I was riveted, hooked, and mesmerized by this book—Kept me on the edge of my seat from page one!”

“A brilliant mystery that is impossible to predict.”

“Born to Die is a chilling thriller with twists and turns that keep the reader guessing to the end.”

      Infant boys of Palm Beach gentry are dying of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Only obstetrics nurse, Casey Jansson, is suspicious.
     Crack Miami detective, Al Warner, is on medical leave from a deadly shootout with the Angel of Death.  He’s gotten into top condition but can’t convince the Department’s shrink he is not suffering from PTSD.
     Warner meets Casey at a local pub and learns of the SIDS deaths. He concedes it sounds more than coincidental, agreeing to help investigate, but he can think of no Motive or Opportunity for a crime. 
     Casey stubbornly continues her search for a culprit, and obsession eventually tangles her in mortal danger. Only Warner can save her, if he can figure out where she went, and get there in time. 

"Bernstein does an amazing job of making you feel the frustration, anger, fear, and determination of Jackee.”

“Unexpected surprises and occurrences around every corner.”

“Once I began the book, I could not put it down.”

A tragic surgical accident, resulting from an auto crash, leaves beautiful, vibrant Jackee Maren in Locked-in Syndrome, completely paralyzed, able to move only her eyes. Jackee’s therapist, Kevin, teaches her to communicate by blinking.
             Then she begins to realize she can sense others thoughts, and is shocked to learn both her car and surgical accidents were not accidents. She vows to expose the person wanting her dead before they get another chance.
Exercising her new psychic ability, she doggedly embarks on a psychic plan to exact retribution, but she must hurry. Her psychic manipulations of the players in her “skit” of revenge are sapping her meager reserves, leaving her with only months to live.

ISBN: 978-0-9894681-1-4

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“A fast-paced, fascinating mystery.” 

“Fred Lichtenberg has crafted a novel with bizarre twists and turns that keeps you turning pages."

“Lichtenberg provides plenty of action and enough red herrings to keep the reader guessing.”

The village of Eastpoint, a close-knit Long Island community, has never been tested with a serious crime. At least, not until syndicated romance columnist John Hunter committed suicide in his home. Even then, the townspeople accept the Auslander’s demise in stride. But when Police Chief Hank Reed discovers a secret room filled with lewd paintings of Hunter and local married women, he wonders whether the collection was someone’s sick imagination or part of a duplicitous life.

It isn’t until the medical examiner’s official report declares that Hunter was murdered, followed by a leak of Hunter’s shocking exploits, that panic engulfs Eastpoint’s residents.

Reed is torn between his allegiance to protect his beloved town and the honor of his shield. As that balance bends toward justice, the townspeople rise against him, including his wife, who Reed suspects might be Hunter’s killer. As the investigation expands, Reed finds himself alone, in the thicket of another murder and suicide. Even as the emotional walls begin to crumble, Reed forges ahead without compromise, risking his job, his wife, and the townspeople he so desperately wants to save from the outside world.

But saving the town requires time, and Reed is quickly running out of it. Someone behind the scenes is pulling the strings for a petition to remove the police chief. If Reed doesn’t find the killers, and soon, who will?

Midwest Book Reviews: “A masterfully crafted suspense thriller from beginning to end, "Death's Angel" is a terrifically absorbing read and very highly recommended.”

“The story is ripe with suspense and action”

“With the countless twist and turns, Bernstein keeps readers on their toes.”


The 2nd serial killer in less than a year is prowling the streets of Miami, killing off some of South Florida's most beautiful young women. Detective Al Warner is back on The Job, physically recovered from a bullet wound, but his days are laced with headaches and his sleep fraught with terrifying nightmares, clouding his otherwise laser-sharp mind. He learns the killer calls himself  “Angel de Dios”… the Angel of God.   Tension mounts as more beauties die with no new leads to this deadly “angel’s” true identity.  Then Warner’s love, Sharon Clark, is targeted by this assassin. Chance brings them all together in one final deadly dance of terror.

ISBN: 978-0-9894681-0-7


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 “Comparable to Dean Koontz & Stephen King.”

“The plot is engrossing and will keep you up reading late into the night to find out what happens next.”

“A thrilling ride - don't' miss it.”

“Captivating; had me on the edge of my seat.”

 Ashley Easton rescues an abused horse, returning to show jumping…  the passion of her youth… as escape from a failing marriage. But as she begins competing, she’s terrified as the course seems to morphs into an old forest, with the jumps real walls, fences,. and streams. Elegant French words spill through her head as she attacks the fences with an unfamiliar fearless abandon, winning every event.

Craig Thornton is fed up with his promiscuous society wife, Toni. An expert horseman, he sees Ashley compete with Injun. They meet and become fast friends, their love of horses a mutual bond.

Ashley seeks psychotherapy and during hypnotic regression, she’s stunned to find herself in two apparent past lives. Both times her life is filled with passionate romance followed by the terror of her and her lover’s brutal murders!

As both marriages disintegrate beyond repair, Ashley and Craig suddenly discover there is much more between them than just friendship. It’s as if they’ve loved each other all their lives. But are they once again hunted by one intent on fulfilling for a third time an ancient legacy of death?

GnD Publishing LLC

ISBN: 978-0-9894681-4-5

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