Infiltration arrived healthy

Ten days later, I’m happy to say, arrived healthy. In case you missed it, Infiltration (book 4) is my latest book in my Consortium series arrived ten days ago. From the feedback I’ve gotten so far, it’s off to a fantastic start. Thank you, my readers, who made this possible.

Did you get your copy? Did you read it yet? What did you think?

I want to thank everyone who pre-ordered my latest novel. Honestly, all of you are great! Your response astounded me, and I am very grateful. I hope you liked it. I had a lot of fun writing it.

To that end, I am already deep into writing book #5, yet unnamed. The action picks up a couple of weeks after Avril and Sir return to his estate. Avril is busy getting her new acquisitions set up, and Sir, well, if you know Sir, he’s up to his usual self. Or, is he?

The Consortium is in the sights of the families of their victims. Do they know it? How close are they to #Infiltration, or was their security already penetrated?  

This next chapter in Avril’s story in the #Consortium is available on Amazon. If you haven’t already gotten your copy, it’s available right now. Ask for it now, and Amazon will automatically download it to your device. The paperback version is also available, and just as some of you have already done, you can order it right now.

If you are a #KindleUnlimited reader, you too can read it right now, without waiting or spending any extra money.

What’s next

I know I wrote the last time that I’m looking into turning all of my Consortium books into audio books, available from Amazon on Audible. In reviewing what I need to do, I will not push this just yet. I have too many other things on my mind right now.

Since Infiltration arrived healthy, I’m already diving into writing the next book (#5) hoping to get it out more quickly this time.

Since I intend to make a go of writing my novels, I’ve also gotten myself some legal advice. I’ve gotten my LLC, and yes, I am now a corporation and a private citizen. I’m also doing some other things to protect my legal interests and my brand. Did you know I own a dozen domain names on the web to protect my brand? I do. That’s one thing I learned in college and my career. My brand is likely the single most important thing to anyone doing what I do. After all, everyone knows who Stephen King is, not that I am in his caliber, but I am working hard to make a name for myself.

You can help. I welcome your comments, suggestions, and constructive critiques.


Of note, you can also get a copy of the paperback version if you prefer reading a regular book. Just click the Amazon link and it will take you to the page where you can order either version.

Are you ready to cringe at the Consortium’s newest games, sympathize with Avril doing what she must do, and Sir’s passions dealing with crisis after crisis? # is the fourth book in a dark human trafficking series suitable for ages 18 and over. Read on. There’s more.

Infiltration Description

A striking woman. A secret cabal of torture. Lambs among wolves led to slaughter. 

Is Avril the lamb, or is she the wolf in the house?

Infiltration arrived healthyAfter centuries of feeling safe and confident in taking whatever they want without consequence, is Sir the only one who believes their lifestyle is under attack?

Will their complacency lead to their downfall?

Are they so sure of themselves that they are immune to the forces closing in around them?

Are they watching their back? Can Avril destroy a man who loves her? How can she destroy what’s important to him? Can Avril take down the Consortium?

Can she save Sir in the process? What do you think, should she?

The Hook

 is the fourth book in a dark human trafficking series suitable for ages 18 and over. If you like disturbing details, interweaving plot lines, charming villains, and desperate heroes, you’ll love Richard Verry’s unnerving thriller that will leave your stomach churning with butterflies.


Read Infiltration and encase yourself in sadistic suspense today!

2 thoughts on “

  1. Mary

    Very disappointing ending.

    1. Richard Verry

      If I may, what was disappointing about it? From the comments I’ve received so far, my readers were excited by the book, and can’t wait for the next one.

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