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The Jenkins Cycle Boxed Set

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The Jenkins Cycle" is a series of dark paranormal thrillers. Each book is also available individually. If you enjoy the body-hopping concepts presented in novels like "Tale Of The Body Thief," or "Every Day," then this is the series for you. KICK They say suicides are damned for eternity. But if possessing the bodies of violent criminals is Hell, then Dan Jenkins will take it. And he does, every time a portal arrives to whisk him from his ghostly exile in limbo. Dan rides the living like a supernatural jockey, pushing out their consciousness and taking over. He doesn't know where their minds go while he's in charge, and for the most part doesn't care. For three weeks at a time, it's a chance to relax and watch movies, read fantasy novels, and have random conversations with perfect strangers. Normally, before the villain returns to kick him out, Dan dishes out a final serving of justice and leaves the world a safer place. It's one of the rules if he wants more rides, and he's happy to oblige. For a part-time dead guy, it's a pretty good gig. And then he meets her. FOOL'S RIDE Dan Jenkins is back, body hopping a scumbag at a time in his quest for the perfect ride. He doesn't need much. Premium cable TV, good books, a well-stocked pantry, and he's set. But the Great Whomever has other plans. After six months waiting in limbo, Dan catches a ride as a horror novelist whose gruesome stories aren't just fiction. Later, he hunts a man who's escaped justice for far too long. Then, in his greatest challenge yet, he strays too deeply into the lives of the people he loves: his most foolish ride of all. HOPPER HOUSE Dan meets a mysterious woman named Rose who says he's not alone. Like him, she's dead and possesses the bodies of awful people. Unlike him, she doesn't care what they've done, and she hides a secret shame. Through Rose, Dan learns there are others like them, living in the shadows, hopping from ride to ride chasing excitement and chemical highs. For them, morality