B. B. Griffith books in order
B. B. Griffith is an American author of paranormal suspense, and dystopian and psychological thrillers.
He has also been labeled as an author of contemporary fantasy and metaphysical thrillers.
A native of Denver, Colorado where he still resides to date, Griffith is known for writing several bestsellers which although unique, have a recurring theme of mystery and contemporary enchantment.
Praised for writing novels that are uncommonly imaginative and full of lovable and unforgettable characters, the author has been lauded for being a refreshing presence in the literary world.
Whenever he isn't thinking about his next big story or keying in on his keyboard like there’s no tomorrow, Griffith enjoys relaxing on his porch with his beloved wife and son.
Genres: Contemporary Fantasy, Dystopian Fiction, Metaphysical Thrillers, Paranormal , Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller
- Las Vegas Luck Magic (2020)
- The Sleepwalkers (2016)
- Mind Games (2017)
- Shadow Land (2020)
Morningstar (Co-authored with Becca Higgins)
- The Voice and the Pendant (2011)
- Trial by Fire (2011)
- Witch of the Water (2018)
- The Tournament Trilogy (2014)
- The Vanished Series: Books 1-3 (2016)
- Blue Fall (2011)
- Grey Winter (2012)
- Black Spring (2013)
- Summer Crush (2014)
- Follow the Crow (2014)
- Beyond the Veil (2015)
- The Coyote Way (2016)
- The Wind Thief (2022)
- Child of the Sky (2023)
Detailed book overview
In the high-stakes world of Las Vegas, everything has a price. Even luck itself.
Lee Baker wakes up in a hospital bed to find his whole world turned upside down. The car wreck spared him but took his beloved wife, and his mother has gone missing. When he starts to see golden dust everywhere, he thinks he's losing his mind as well.
The dust tells him things, gives him hints and premonitions. It is luck made real--and it's addicting.
The trail of his mother's disappearance leads him to Las Vegas, where he learns his newfound sight is much more than it seems. There are others who can see the luck, those who will do anything for their next fix of it, and even those who can manipulate it to do their bidding.
If Lee is ever going to put the shattered pieces of his life back together, he'll need to learn how to control the luck he sees--and be willing to pay the price.
Gordon Pope is a gifted psychiatrist with a special talent.
He knows things about the mind that nobody else knows. He's not afraid to dive headfirst into the paranormal world of the human brain, no matter what the cost.
He's also the psychiatrist that the Baltimore City Police call when the case gets too weird. When the clues stop making sense and kids' lives are at risk.
One of those kids is Ethan Barret. He’s on trial for attempted murder. The problem is, he doesn’t remember doing it. His hands committed the crime, but he was asleep the whole time.
If Gordon has any hope of saving Ethan from a fate worse than death, he’ll have to go beyond the crime and into the mind itself, on a journey that will change both of them forever.
Gordon Pope is the psychiatrist the Baltimore City Police call when the case gets too weird.
He knows things about the mind that nobody else knows. He's not afraid to dive headlong into the paranormal side of human brain when kids' lives are at risk. One of those kids is Sophie West.
When Sophie was a child, she used to play hide and seek with her imaginary friend Mo. Now she's thirteen and Mo's games are getting more and more dangerous. She knows he's supposed to be make-believe, but someone is starting very real fires in her exclusive Baltimore neighborhood and Sophie is terrified it might be Mo.
Detective Dana Frisco is hot on the trail of the firebug, but the arsonist is elusive and getting more dangerous by the day. If she hopes to solve the case before someone gets killed, she's going to have to pull together every resource she has and figure out a way to soothe warring hearts, including her own.
Gordon Pope is trying to get his fledgling child psychiatry practice off the ground. When he answers Sophie's call for help, he thinks he's simply taking on another troubled young patient. What he doesn't realize is that he's about to find out just how deadly Mo's games really are.
Ditchfield is the most notorious juvenile detention center in Maryland, so when a young man escapes, the city of Baltimore goes on high alert. His name is Charlie. He has an uncertain agenda and a dark past, and both involve Gordon Pope.
Gordon Pope wants nothing more than to marry the love of his life. He's pretty sure Dana Frisco would say yes, but it looks like the world has other ideas.
Meanwhile, Marty Cicero is just getting over Dana. He's moved on, found new love and a place where he is at peace. Until Charlie upends everything. The search for the young escapee will force Gordon, Dana and Marty to make decisions they never thought they'd be able to make, and reveal a side of Baltimore that astonishes all of them.
For years Gordon has searched for the dark secret at the heart of Ditchfield. Charlie holds the key, but it will take all of them standing together to unearth the truth.
Morningstar (Co-authored with Becca Higgins)
This first illustrated novelette of the Morningstar Series will drop you right out of your world and into the Willow Wood, a forest shepherded by fairies and alive with magic. But something is not right. For the first time in many generations a darkness is gathering that threatens the very forest itself and all those who dwell within it, starting with Silla, a young fairy who must find her own strength if she hopes to survive.
This illustrated novelette, the second installment of The Morningstar Series, opens with Silla on the run and danger in hot pursuit. She has one goal in mind, rescuing her baby brother from the clutches of the evil Voice. If she ever hopes to succeed, she'll have to turn to creatures as wild as the forest itself for help.
Matthew Macrae has been tending to the lighthouses of Pentland Firth, in northern Scotland, for over thirty years. His son, Rowan, will follow in his footsteps, just like Matthew followed in the footsteps of his father before him. Soon, Matthew will have to share with Rowan the dark secret that their family keeps.
The lighthouses must always shine at night because their light does much more than guide ships safely in…it also keeps a terrible evil out.
When the storm of the century puts the lighthouses in danger, Rowan finds himself following in his father’s footsteps sooner than he thought, where he’ll come face to face with the greatest fear he’s ever known.
The Witch of the Water.
One tournament with the power to break the world apart. One team that can hold it all together. All they have to do is win.
In the near future, a shadowy organization runs a secret competition with the power to control the fates and fortunes of millions.
Frank Youngsmith lives a simple nine-to-five life as an insurance adjuster right alongside it, none the wiser. Day after day, he slogs through the same routine. Until the day he gets handed a case that pulls him into the underground world of political conspiracy, intrigue, and blood sport known only as the tournament.
Frank’s discovery quickly becomes a global phenomenon. A life or death game with legions of fans. The tournament gives normal men and women from around the globe the chance to change the world. All they have to do is win.
But the tournament has a dark history, and if the more brutal teams have their way, it has a dark future ahead of it as well. One team stands in their way, captained by Ellie Willmore, a young woman still trying to write her own story. Ellie has it within her to steer the tournament for the better, but if she ever hopes to succeed, she’ll need to pull off a miracle: unite sworn enemies to beat the best of the best.
The first three books in the Amazon #1 Best Selling Paranormal Suspense series!
When the crows gather over a remote Navajo Reservation in the deep Southwest, it is a sign that the thin veil that separates our world from the one beyond is about to open. Without a barrier between life and death, things pass between both worlds. Some of them are good. Most of them are not.
Three strangers find themselves on the front lines of a supernatural battle that spans generations, crosses our world.
In the near future, a shadowy organization runs a secret competition with the power to control the fate and fortune of millions.
Frank Youngsmith lives a simple nine-to-five life as an insurance adjuster. Day after day, he slogs through the same routine. Until the day he gets handed a case that pulls him into an underground world of political conspiracy, intrigue, and blood sport known only as the tournament.
The powerful patrons of the tournament pit teams of three against one another in a global war game using state-of-the-art weaponry. Shadowy sponsors use the competition to settle outrageous wagers. The tournament is constrained by no laws and has only one real rule: it must stay secret.
Greer Nichols manages the USA team and has watched them develop intense rivalries with other teams over the years. Part of his job is to keep the game underground, but that's easier said than done when his players are willing to do anything to win. Even if it means getting loud.
The world Frank lives in and the world Greer lives in couldn't be farther apart, but Frank will soon find himself on a collision course with the tournament… at a time when the tournament is primed to ignite.
Things have gone awry in the tournament. A killer is on the loose among the players. The world is waking up to what the tournament really is, and what was once a secret competition is fast becoming a global obsession. But no winner can be declared until the mystery of what happened to one of the world's most powerful teams is solved.
Meanwhile, three new players are chosen to rebuild the fallen team, but they are young, inexperienced, and instantly targeted. Their survival is dependent upon their existence remaining a secret. But in the tournament, secrets are now very hard to keep.
New alliances are formed, old enemies are confronted, and the truth is finally revealed.
In the near future, a shadowy competition known only as the tournament has the power to change the fates and fortunes of millions. One man fights to control it all.
Mazaryk gathers influence as the steward of Black House, working behind the scenes to create a global mafia of the world’s most powerful tournament teams. His goal is to mold the tournament into the superpower he believes it was created to be.
Frank Youngsmith and Allen Lockton know the only way to beat a man like Mazaryk is with information. They race against time to provide Ellie Willmore and Team Blue with insights into the inner workings of the most dangerous man in the game.
In the fallout from Shawnee, Team Blue is reeling and the remaining teams are divided. Ellie is the only one who can stop Black House, but to do it, she needs to pull off a miracle: unite sworn enemies to beat the best of the best.
The stakes have never been higher: The winners own the tournament while the losers forfeit everything…even their lives. Ties of friendship, love and hate are tested to the breaking point in Black Spring.
In the near future, one tournament has the power to break the world apart. One team tries to keep it all together. And it's grown beyond their wildest expectations.
It's been ten years since the Battle of the Black House. The tournament is an institution now. Dozens of teams, hundreds of players, and millions of fans worldwide. Every year more teams are added to this global gunfight, and every year the original eight teams get older and a step slower.
Ellie Willmore and Team Blue wonder if each passing tournament might be their last. What they don't know is that this time, someone plans to make sure of it. A mysterious figure who calls himself the gardener has his sights set on rigging the tournament and hand-picking the winners, and he wants Team Blue out.
Meanwhile, the media machine that surrounds the tournament ads fuel to the fire, making each match more dangerous than the last. Teams fight for their countries, the superfans that cheer them on, and for each other. Every loss has devastating consequences.
In a competition without rules, Ellie realizes just how far some will go to win. And in what might be their final tournament appearance, Team Blue finds themselves in a fight for their lives.
Ben Dejooli is a Navajo cop who can't escape his past. Six years ago his little sister Ana vanished without a trace. His best friend saw what happened, but he refuses to speak of what he knows, and so was banished from the Navajo tribe. That was the day the crows started following Ben.
Caroline Adams is a nurse with a special talent: she sees things others can't see. She knows that Ben is more than he seems, and that the crows are trying to tell him something.
What the crows know will shed new light on the mystery of Ana's disappearance, and throw Ben and Caroline into a race against time to find out what happened before they end up vanishing just like she did.
The bell that holds power over life and death has been lost. The race to find it has begun, and our world hangs in the balance.
Caroline and Owen search for the bell across the land of the living. Ben Dejooli, now known as the Walker, searches the land of the dead. Their mission is to protect the bell and keep it secret. Others seek the bell as well, but they have different plans... plans that could disrupt the careful balance between life and death that has stood since the beginning of time.
When a young boy finds the bell out in the plains of Texas, he quickly becomes the target of a showdown between the lands of the living and the dead, and those that want to rule over both.
The Walker chases a rogue spirit, something dark and chaotic that broke through into the land of the living and took on the form of a coyote.
Caroline and Owen have been on the move for years trying to find a place to call home. Caroline remains torn--her heart split in two. Half of her loves Owen, the other half still loves Ben. Grant travels with them, but he struggles with the weight of his position as Keeper and wants to carve his own path. Everywhere they go they find a strange malice and unease waiting for them. The coyote's handiwork.
They don't know it yet, but all of them are travelling in the same direction. Back to Chaco Navajo Reservation . . . which is exactly what the coyote wants.
A dark wind gathers on Chaco Navajo reservation, deep in the heart of New Mexico. Grant Romer, the Keeper of the secret bell, can feel it pulling at his soul. Caroline and Owen work as hard as they can to treat the Navajo, but the dark wind brings a desperation to their clinic that is beyond western medicine.
A stranger arrives ahead of the storm. A powerful medicine man from a faraway clan who goes by the name Jacob Dark Sky. He claims he can heal the people of Chaco with a song. Joey Flatwood and a handful of the other old-school Navajo aren’t so sure. They know Dark Sky isn’t what he seems, and that the cure he offers could end up destroying the very people it’s meant to help, right along with the reservation itself.
To save their home, they will need help from every plane—the land of the living, the land of the dead, and the cold, thin-place between. With the dark wind tearing down everything around them, Grant, Caroline, Owen and Joey turn to Ben Dejooli—known as the Walker—for help.
But the Walker has gone missing.
A storm is bearing down on Chaco Navajo Reservation. The Arroyo is in shambles. Its people gone missing. Grant, Kai and the few others that remain may not have the strength to withstand what’s coming.
No one shows more distress in the face of this darkness than the baby still growing inside of Caroline. She and Owen soon find themselves in a fight to save the life of their unborn child before the storm—and all it brings—snuffs out its spark.
Meanwhile, the Walker searches across worlds to find the missing people of the Arroyo before the coming flood erases their trail entirely. Without them the Rez is already falling apart piece by piece.
Their only hope lies in finding and defeating the powerful medicine man Jacob Dark Sky, along with the mysterious one he serves: a creature known only as Black Bear. But Dark Sky is strong, and Black Bear is cunning.
If the Walker and his circle of friends ever hope to win, they must hold fast to their homeland and to one another. But even then, the great balance cannot be restored without great sacrifice.