GhostWalkers Character Guide

The World of the GhostWalkers is complex, and most of the characters fall into several different groupings.  From the original twelve orphan test subjects, to teams drawn from the four branches of the military – Army, Navy, Marine Corp and Air Force, this is a break-down of the various GhostWalker groups to date.

– Team Lists –

-The Original Twelve-

Dr. Peter Whitney began his experiments on 12 little girls, children he found in orphanages around the world and brought back to his basement laboratory.  While still very young, these girls were split up, going in very different directions.  The one thing they all still have in common is that Whitney isn’t done with them yet…

Briony Jenkins – adopted out to the Jenkins family,  raised as part of the family trapeze act. Identical twin sister of Marigold Smith. Paired with Jack Norton, mother of twin sons Jeremiah Ken Norton and Noah Jack Norton. Story told in Conspiracy Game.

Camellia “Cami” – placed in the breeding program.

Dahlia Le Blanc – kept in Sanitarium in the bayou. Works for the NCIS as a field operative. Paired with Nicholas “Nico” Trevane. Story told in Mind Game.

Iris “Flame” Johnson – kept in a lab in Colorado. Given a recurring form of cancer by Peter Whitney. Paired with Raoul “Gator” Fontenot. Story told in Night Game.

Ivy – put into the breeding program. Believed to have been shot and killed on orders of Peter Whitney.

Jonquille – fate unknown. Youngest of the original 12.

Laurel – fate unknown.

Lily Whitney, Dr. – kept and raised by Peter Whitney as his daughter. Paired with Ryland Miller, mother of Daniel Ryland Miller. Story told in Shadow Game.

Marigold “Mari” Smith – placed in the breeding program. Skilled soldier and sniper. Paired with Ken Norton, mother of twin boys. Story told in Deadly Game.

Rose Patterson – placed in the breeding program. Has healing abilities. Paired with Kane Cannon, mother of Sebastian Kane Cannon. Story told in Ruthless Game.

Tansy Meadows – adopted out to the wealthy Meadows family. Tracked serial killers for the FBI since age 13. Paired with Kaden “Bishop” Montague. Story told in Murder Game.

Violet Smythe-Freeman – married off to Senator Ed Freeman. Widowed. Believed to be paired with Peter Whitney.

-Team One-

Team one, the special forces team, is comprised of Army men, mainly Rangers and Green Berets.  This is Whitney’s primary, “official” team, held captive and experimented on at the Donovans’ research facility. Several members were killed during this period.  They operate under the command of General Ranier, and have built a base with team two in the mountains of Montana.

Ian McGillicuddy – extremely tall and muscled.

Jeff Hollister – suffered a stroke and brain bleeds from the enhancements.

Jonas “Smoke” Harper – grew up in a circus family. High-wire specialist and pickpocket. Master of disguise.

Kadan “Bishop” Montague – second in command. Former homicide detective. Paired with Tansy Meadows. Story told in Murder Game.

Kyle “Ratchet” Forbes – a Doctor. Explosives genius. Abnormally strong.

Nicholas “Nico” Trevane – highly decorated sniper, never misses his target. Native American and Japanese descent. Paired with Dahlia Le Blanc. Story told in Mind Game.

Raoul “Gator” Fontenot – bomb expert. A Cajun from the Louisiana bayou. Brother of Wyatt Fontenot. Paired with Iris “Flame” Johnson. Story told in Night Game.

Ryland “King” Miller – team leader. Paired with Dr. Lily Whitney, father of Daniel Ryland Miller. Story told in Shadow Game.

Sam “Knight” Johnson – former Special Forces instructor. Highly decorated. Raised in foster homes, taken in by General Theordore Ranier. Paired with Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie. Story told in Samurai Game.

Tom “Shark” Delaney – late edition to the team. Was the Murder Game player known as Scorpion. Husband of Angela Delaney.

Tucker Addison – served in an anti-terrorist unit.

Deceased Team One members: Dwayne Gibson, Morrison, Ron Shaver, Russell Cowling.

-Team Two-

Team two is made up of Navy SEALS.  This was Peter Whitney’s “back up” team.  While team one was contained at the Donovans facility, team two was held in the basement facility under Whitney’s mansion…the same lab as the original 12 orphan girls. They are under command of Rear Admiral Frank Henderson, and have built a base with team one in the mountains of Montana.

Antonio Martinez – reported Peter Whitney’s abuses to his superiors.

Jack Norton – legendary sniper. Twin brother of Ken Norton. Paired with Briony Jenkins, father of twin sons Jeremiah Ken Norton and Noah Jack Norton. Story told in Conspiracy Game.

Jesse Calhoun – NCIS agent. From a wealthy family. Brother of Patsy Calhoun. Spent months confined to a wheelchair after being tortured. Paired with Saber Wynter. Story told in Predatory Game.

Ken Norton – legendary sniper. Twin brother of Jack Norton. Left badly scarred after being captured and tortured by General Ekabela. Paired with Marigold “Mari” Smith, father of identical twin boys. Story told in Deadly Game.

Logan “Max” Maxwell – team leader. Works for NCIS. Former Green Beret.

Martin Howard – highly decorated Green Beret. Born Stefan Martinelli. Brother of Roman Martinelli.

Neil Campbell                                       

Todd  Aikens – brother of Trace Aikens.

Trace Aikens – brother of Todd Aikens.

-Team Three-

Group three the Marine Force Recon Urban Warfare Team. They are unique in that they have been together since childhood.  They formed their own family on the streets of Chicago, brought together by their shared psychic abilites.  Some went on to college, while the rest joined the Marine Corps.  They were reunited in the GhostWalker program, and specialize in Urban Warfare.  They are under command of Sergeant Major Theodore Griffen. They make their base in San Fransisco.

Brian Hutton – lived on the streets as a child. Sent undercover to guard Saber Wynter.

Ethan Myers

Gideon “The Eagle” Carpenter – top sniper. Never misses his target.

Jaimie Fielding – computer genius. Mother murdered when she was a teenager. Paired with Mack “Top” McKinley. Story told in Street Game.

Jacob “Shark” Princeton – enhanced for underwater work.

Javier Enderman – brilliant but unpredictable. The most dangerous member of the team. Believed by some to be a psychopath.

Kane Cannon – second in command. Assigned to work in Peter Whitney‘s breeding program. Paired with Rose Patterson. Story told in Ruthless Game.

Lucas Atherton – excellent marksman.

Mack “Top” McKinley – team leader and leader of their “family”. Paired with Jaimie Fielding. Story told in Street Game.

Marc Lands – field medic.

Paul Mangan – excellent marksman. Has multiple Doctorate degrees. Son of Sergeant Major Theodore Griffen.

Rhianna Bonds – Usually underestimated because of her looks.

-Team Four-

The existence of team four, the Elite Air Force Pararescue Team, was a closely guarded secret even from the other three teams. Completing hundreds of nearly impossible rescue missions, each of the men of the team are highly trained medics and skilled warriors. They have built their base in the bayou of Louisiana.

Draden “Sandman” Freeman – former male model.

Ezekiel Fortunes – grew up on the streets of Detroit. Raised his younger brothers Malichai Fortunes and Mordichai Fortunes.

Joe Spagnola – skilled pilot.

Malichai “Rubberman” Fortunes – grew up on the streets of Detroit. Brother of Ezekiel Fortunes and Mordichai Fortunes.

Mordichai Fortunes – grew up on the streets of Detroit. Brother of Ezekiel Fortunes and Malichai Fortunes.

Trap Dawkins – self made billionaire and genius scientist.

Wyatt Fontenot – natural healer and surgeon. Brother of Raoul “Gator” Fontenot. Paired with Pepper. Biological father of triplets Ginger, Cannelle and Thym. Story told in Viper Game.

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*This is a breakdown of all of the characters in Christine Feehan’s GhostWalker series, complete up to Viper Game. While I have tried to keep things general, this is a reference that may include spoilers.

This is alphabetical by first name, with main or vital characters highlighted in blue.

-A-

Alain Daughtry

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • born and raised in the Bayou
  • went to school with Wyatt Fontenot
  • has always been a popular ladies man
  • works in a shoe store

Andrew Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • strict military man with unquestionable loyalty to his country
  • courageous and honorable
  • long-time friend and aide of General Theodore Ranier
  • saved General Theodore Ranier’s life on more than one occasion
  • a confirmed bachelor

Andrew Freeman

  • first mentioned in Deadly Game
  • a shipping magnate
  • father of Senator Ed Freeman
  • schoolmate of Peter Whitney, member of his inner circle

Angela Delaney

  • first mentioned in Murder Game
  • wife of Tom “Shark” Delaney, who was known as Scorpion
  • husband has joined Team One

Antonio Martinez

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • reported abuses and discrepancies by Peter Whitney to military superiors

Arly Baker

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • Whitney family security expert
  • closest friend of Lily Whitney
  • grouchy and gruff
  • in his 50’s
  • tall and thin, with thick glasses

Armando Shepherd

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • former Marine
  • member of the Doomsday terrorist group
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • captured and turned over to the North Korean government

Armine, General

  • first mentioned in Deadly Game
  • ruthless dictator in the Congo, violent and dangerous
  • takes over after General Eudes Ekabela is killed
  • targeted for assassination by the Ghostwalkers
  • killed by Kadan Montague and Nico Trevane

Art Patterson, Major

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • arrogant and self important
  • works at the Pentagon for General Rainer
  • believes he should have been a leader in the Ghostwalker program
  • a traitor, giving information to Peter Whitney
  • plans to use Peter Whitney’s influence to further his career
  • sexual relationship with Peter Whitney’s contact Sheila Benet
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie – Samurai Game

  • also see “Thorn”
  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s orphan girls
  • hid her abilities from Peter Whitney, who believed she was of no use to the program
  • suffered years of torture and experimentation by Peter Whitney
  • died and brought back to life numerous times
  • given a synthetic heart by Peter Whitney after her own heart gave out
  • dumped and left for dead in the worst part of Tokyo at age 8
  • found covered in scars, starved and tortured
  • taken in and raised by Mamoru Yoshiie, adopted sister of Daiki and Eiji Yoshiie
  • taught to be a warrior by her adopted family, trained as a Samurai and skilled in several weapons
  • wealthy family owns a successful telecommunications conglomerate
  • responsible for the audio communications for cutting edge satellites
  • has learned to be calm and confident, but still fights a hellish temper
  • determined to cut Peter Whitney off from his powerful Washington contacts, has killed several of his key people
  • hides in plain sight with quiet ways and perfect manners
  • teleportation abilities, moves faster than sight
  • dies her hair black after years of torture turned it white
  • small and delicately built, deceptively young and innocent looking
  • soft, smooth skin, dark cat-like eyes and Asian features
  • chest and back heavily scarred, covered over with brilliant tattoos of spider webs and a phoenix
  • paired with Sam “Knight” Johnson

-B-

Ben Fromeyer

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • Army Ranger
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Jesse Calhoun

Benny Watson

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • head of security for the Meadows family
  • one of Whitney’s enhanced soldiers
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Bernadette Sanders

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • one of the nurses who cared for Dahlia Le Blanc
  • murdered in the ambush of the sanitarium

Bernard Scheffield

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • White House Chief of Staff
  • highly intelligent and well connected, comes from a wealthy family
  • schoolmate and enemy of Peter Whitney
  • wants to dismantle the Ghostwalker program
  • has access to highly classified information
  • chooses diplomacy over combat

Bill 

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • Washington area bartender

Bill Short

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • hired to kill Jesse Calhoun and capture Saber Wynter

Blade (no real name given)

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the East coast team
  • enhanced Special Forces soldier under control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Blaine

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • member of the Doomsday terrorist group
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • escaped before being captured, still at large

Blake

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • a guard at the Wilson Plastics facility in the Bayou
  • former military turned private soldier

Bob

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • Sergeant
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Jesse Calhoun

Brady

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • security guard at Jesse Calhoun’s radio station
  • shot trying to protect Saber Wynter

Brady O’Connor

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • lives in the Montana mountains near Jack and Ken Norton’s compound
  • stays in an old cave, living off of the land
  • comes to the Norton’s property when he needs supplies

Brandon Adams, Doctor

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • a renowned brain surgeon
  • from a wealthy family
  • friend of Lily Whitney
  • helps treat Jeff Hollister

Brenda Bennett

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • a high paid escort and owner of the bondage club the Dungeon
  • deals with wealthy and powerful clients
  • the favorite companion of US Congressman John Waters
  • seduces and blackmails powerful men for Peter Whitney
  • able to read weaknesses in others
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Brett

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced solders, working in his breeding facility
  • brutal and vicious, enjoys inflicting pain on others
  • the first man paired with Marigold “Mari” Smith
  • routinely beats Marigold “Mari” Smith to break her disobedience
  • killed by Sean

Brian Hutton

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • member of team three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • abandoned by his parents, lived on the streets and in abandoned buildings, scrounging for food
  • intelligent and resourceful, an excellent pick-pocket
  • works undercover as the sound man at Jesse Calhoun’s radio station to protect Saber Wynter
  • offered evidence against Whitney’s actions to his superiors
  • shot in the rescue of Rose Patterson and Sebastian Kane Patterson
  • saved by Paul Mangan and Marc Lands
  • around 27 years old
  • tall, muscular, and good looking
  • a shielder and anchor
  • possibly paired with Patsy Calhoun

Briony JenkinsConspiracy Game

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • identical twin sister of Marigold “Mari” Smith
  • adopted out at the age of 5 to the Jenkins family
  • member of The Flying Five trapeze act
  • brilliant, speaks several languages
  • cannot tolerate close physical contact
  • constantly bombarded by the thoughts and emotions of others
  • small, but with incredible strength and balance
  • short gold and platinum hair, dark chocolate eyes
  • incredible eyesight and sense of smell, can change skin to blend into surroundings, able to read thoughts and feelings through touch
  • strong telepath
  • identical twin sons Jeremiah Ken Norton and Noah Jack Norton born as of Ruthless Game
  • paired with Jack Norton

Bull

  • see Jason Sturges

Burrell Gaudet

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • father figure and friend of Iris “Flame” Johnson
  • close friend of the Fontenot family
  • retired Captain of a Mississippi River steamboat
  • harmless and kind, with faded blue eyes
  • murdered by Kurt Saunders’ men

-C-

Camellia “Cami”

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • placed in the breeding program
  • strong and determined
  • long, dark hair
  • a strong telepath

Cannelle “Elle” Fontenot

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • 17 month old biological daughter of Pepper and Wyatt Fontenot
  • identical triplet sister of Thym and Ginger
  • most outgoing and playful of the triplets
  • created in-vitro to be venomous, bite contains a fast-acting, lethal toxin
  • has only known pain and fear, experimented on and trained since birth to be a soldier
  • has the emotions of a baby, but is highly intelligent
  • speaks in sign language
  • has both viper and cat DNA, possibly cheetah
  • able to move with superhuman, blurring speed
  • beautiful, oval face and high cheekbones
  • thick dark hair
  • too-old dark eyes and fair skin

Carl Raines

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • chauffeur for the Parsons family
  • depraved and purely evil
  • mastermind of the kidnapping of Joy Chaisson
  • killed by Raoul “Gator” Fontenot

Carlson James

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s private soldiers
  • paired with Rose Patterson against her will, obsessed with getting her under his control
  • used by Peter Whitney to test the pairing effects
  • a troublemaker in every unit he had been in
  • accused of the rape of a female officer
  • declared killed in action in Afghanistan before being enhanced
  • extremely low psychic abilities
  • shot and killed by Kane Cannon

Catherine

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • an office worker in Washington
  • prim and proper looking, wears her hair in a neat bun
  • dating Harry Barnes

Cayenne

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • raised in the center in France that was controlled by Dr. Thomas Braden
  • a seductress, made to lure in her prey
  • never let herself be used as an assassin, fought her training and her trainers
  • had been scheduled for execution in the Bayou facility
  • able to shoot a web of silken threads that can suffocate prey in seconds
  • has a venomous bite that can kill in seconds
  • probably in her late teens or early 20’s
  • small and curvy, with a sultry voice
  • raven hair with a brilliant red streak down the middle
  • huge green eyes

Cesar Lopez

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • powerful head of the Lopez drug cartel
  • places a bounty on Rose Patterson, wanted dead or alive

Chaleen Jarvos

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • a CIA agent
  • former fiancee of Jesse Calhoun, but broke up with him after he was confined to a wheelchair
  • tall, slim, and elegant with blond hair and hazel eyes

Chang Lui

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • half Chinese, half American gardener at the U.S. embassy in Beijing
  • assists the Doomsday terrorists in the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children

Charles Laudry

  • first mentioned in Ruthless Game
  • the name on a lease of an apartment across from Team Three’s home base

Charlie

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • hired to kill Jesse Calhoun and capture Saber Wynter
  • killed by Saber Wynter

Charlie

  • first mentioned in Murder Game
  • Tansy Meadows’ contact at National Geographic

Chilton, Professor

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • one of Jaimie Fielding’s instructors at Stanford
  • went into a security business with Jaimie Fielding after she left the GhostWalkers

Cyrus Bishop

  • first mentioned in Shadow Game
  • Peter Whitney’s most trusted lawyer, handling his personal business

-D-

Dae-sub Chun

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • 17 year old son of General Kwang-sub Chun, the Ambassador to North Korea
  • kidnapped and beaten by the Doomsday terrorist group

Dahlia Le BlancMind Game

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • held for most of her life in a Whitney-owned Louisiana sanitarium
  • extremely powerful since childhood
  • excels at most physical activities, can manipulate energy and gravitational fields
  • able to blur image and blend into most backgrounds
  • a highly trained field operative, works for the NCIS
  • is swamped by energy of others, leading to seizures and intense pain
  • attracts energy, but can’t control it, causing spontaneous fires
  • of Asian origin, with a small, delicate build
  • long, straight black hair, black eyes
  • paired with Nicholas “Nico” Trevane

Daiki Yoshiie

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • adopted son of Mamoru Yoshiie, adopted brother of Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie and Eiji Yoshiie
  • tall and broad shouldered
  • an impressive warrior trained in the way of the Samurai
  • quick thinking and calm, with a great attention to detail
  • billionaire computer genius, considered the leader of Samurai Telecommunications
  • highly honorable and trusted in the business world

Dane Fellows

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • an enforcer and high-profile killer
  • second in command for arms dealer Madigan

Daniel Ryland Miller

  • first mentioned in Predatory Game
  • son of Lily Whitney Miller and Ryland Miller
  • has his mother’s deep blue eyes and his father’s strong features
  • the first next generation super-soldier
  • intelligent, active and inquisitive
  • impossible to see if he doesn’t want to be seen
  • communicates through sign language
  • able to walk and climb at only 9 months old
  • a teleporter

Daryl Monroe

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • assistant of Trap Dawkins

David

  • first mentioned in Predatory Game
  • former fiancee of Patsy Calhoun
  • killed in a car accident arranged by Peter Whitney

David

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • worked as a guard at the breeding facility with Kane Cannon
  • part of the group that kidnaps Rose Patterson and Sebastian Kane Cannon
  • shot and killed by Kane Cannon

David Shanty, Corporal

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • Marine guard at the U.S. embassy in Beijing
  • traitor helping the Doomsday terrorists in the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children

Delia Ranier

  • first mentioned in Shadow Game
  • wife of General Theodore Ranier
  • took in and raised an orphaned Sam “Knight” Johnson
  • close friend of Lily Whitney

Delmar Thibodeaux

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • owner of the Hurican Blues club in the Louisiana bayou

Diego Jimenez

  • first mentioned in Ruthless Game
  • years ago led a group of rebels bent on the overthrow of his native government
  • died of cancer in his 80’s, taken care of by Rose Patterson in his final days
  • betrayed Rose Patterson’s trust by setting her up for capture by Peter Whitney

Dobbs

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • led the attack on the sanitarium where Dahlia Le Blanc was held
  • tortured and shot Jesse Calhoun
  • killed by Nicholas “Nico” Trevane

Don

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • one of the four killers of Burrell Gaudet
  • killed by Iris “Flame” Johnson

Donald Martin

  • first mentioned in Ruthless Game
  • the name on a lease of an apartment across from Team Three’s home base

Don Bascomb

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers
  • works in the breeding facility
  • sent by Peter Whitney to beat Marigold “Mari” Smith

Don Meadows

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • both adopted and biological father of Tansy Meadows
  • friend and former schoolmate of Peter Whitney
  • worked for Peter Whitney before going out on his own professionally
  • involved in the research, design and assembly of aircraft
  • well connected politically, receiving many government contracts
  • natural psychic abilities providing strong shields
  • set up by Peter Whitney to rape and impregnate an underage girl
  • devoted to his wife Sharon Meadows above everyone and everything else, including his daughter

Draden “Sandman” Freeman

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • former male supermodel
  • highly trained medic and natural healer, will never stop fighting to save a fallen soldier
  • able to camouflage himself like a chameleon
  • seems easygoing, but is haunted by his past
  • often runs past the point of exhaustion, trying to escape the demons that drive him
  • beautiful face and the perfect body

Duncan Forbes

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • a CIA operative who reports to General Fielding
  • supposed to be the Ghostwalker’s contact in the Congo, but works for Peter Whitney
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Dwayne Gibson

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • betrayed by teammate Russell Cowlings
  • murdered in the labs at Donovans to be studied
  • deceased

-E-

Earl Thomas Bartlett

  • see Phillip Thornton

Ed

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • one of the enhanced Special Forces soldiers hunting Gator Fontenot and Flame Johnson

Ed Freeman, Senator

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • used as the bait to lure Jack and Ken Norton to the Congo
  • father Andrew Freeman went to school with Peter Whitney
  • part of the Senate appropriations committee that kept Peter Whitney funded, was to be supported by Whitney in his run for Vice President
  • only interested in his own personal power
  • unborn child aborted by wife Violet Smythe-Freeman
  • shot in the head, declared brain dead
  • re-animated by Peter Whitney in an experimental procedure
  • died after being taken off life support

Eiji Yoshiie

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • adopted son of Mamoru Yoshiie, brother of Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie and Daiki Yoshiie
  • part owner of Samurai Telecommunications, acts as the spokesman
  • developer of the lens of the high-tech satellite sold by his company
  • impressive warrior trained in the way of the samurai
  • pays great attention to detail
  • has the smooth, flowing moves of a fighter
  • broad shouldered and strong

Ellington, Doctor

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • one of the three university scientists attempting to design a stealth torpedo
  • killed by Roman Howard

Emanuel Parsons

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • father of James Parsons
  • head investigator for the DEA, investigating Kurt Saunders for money laundering
  • in his 60′s, snobby and silver haired
  • killed by Kurt Saunders

Eric Lambert, Doctor

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • very knowledgeable in gene therapy, but cold and detached
  • saved the lives of Jesse Calhoun and Kane Cannon
  • highly trusted by the GhostWalkers, but prejudiced against certain soldiers
  • uses his position to aid in the kidnapping of Rose Patterson and Sebastian Kane Cannon
  • betrays both the GhostWalkers and Peter Whitney
  • works with the group determined to eliminate the GhostWalkers
  • killed by Peter Whitney’s men

Ethan Myers

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of team three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • stabbed protecting Sergeant Major Theodore Griffen
  • able to blend into the shadows to become virtually invisible
  • can cling to surfaces and climb like a spider
  • has the ability to dreamwalk

Eudes Ekabela, General

  • first mentioned in Conspiracy Game
  • the most bloodthirsty of all of the rebel leaders in the Congo
  • ruthless, responsible for drug trafficking, genocide and mass destruction
  • orders the torture of Jack and Ken Norton
  • brother of Ezekial Ekabela
  • killed by Sam Johnson

Ezekial Ekabela

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • a warlord who controls a small region of the Congo
  • brutal and power-hungry
  • in possession of a diamond needed by Peter Whitney
  • attempting to take over the army from General Armine
  • brother Eudes Ekabela killed by Sam Johnson during the rescue of Ken and Jack Norton
  • killed by Ryland Miller

Ezekiel Fortunes

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • oldest brother of Malichai and Mordichai Fortunes
  • had no family other than his brothers, grew up on the streets of Detroit fighting to survive
  • a highly trained medic and natural healer
  • even as a boy, could control insects, snakes and frogs
  • able to move without detection through any terrain
  • already had a savage nature before the addition of cat DNA made him even more dangerous
  • has to constantly guard against his need to hunt prey
  • enormously strong, can leap unbelievable distances
  • soft, rolling voice like a purr
  • solidly built
  • strange, amber colored eyes

-F-

Fargo

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s private soldiers
  • sent to observe Rose Patterson in her desert hideout
  • paired with an unknown breeding program female who rejected him
  • corrupt and evil
  • had extremely low psychic ability
  • killed by Peter Whitney’s men

Fielding, General

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • contact of CIA operative Duncan Forbes
  • works with Peter Whitney
  • betrayed the Ghostwalkers in the Congo
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Francine

  • first mentioned in Night Game
  • the first girl taken by Kurt Saunders, Carl Raines,  James Parsons and Vicq Comeaux in the bayou
  • strangled to death by Vicq Comeaux

Frank Henderson, Rear Admiral

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • director of the NCIS and commander of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • a highly respected military legend, one of the most decorated Rear Admirals in the nation
  • recruited Dahlia Le Blanc to his NCIS team while she was still a child

Frank Higgens, Colonel

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • a respected and decorated officer
  • military advisor to GhostWalker program
  • a traitor who sold military secrets to foreign governments
  • part of conspiracy to kill Peter Whitney and Team One

Frank Koit

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • a member of Doomsday terrorist group
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • turned over to the North Korean government

Frankie

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s private soldiers
  • presumed killed in South America two years ago
  • violent and abusive
  • hires Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie while she is posing as an escort
  • shot and killed after he attacks Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Fredrickson

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • works as the bodyguard of Don Meadows
  • one of Whitney’s enhanced soldiers, planted to keep track of the Meadows family
  • an anchor
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Fred

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • a janitor at the radio station owned by Jesse Calhoun

Fred Simmons, Corporal

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • a Marine clerk working at the U.S. embassy in Beijing
  • skilled with computers
  • a traitor helping the Doomsday terrorists in the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children

Frog

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the East coast team
  • an enhanced Special Forces soldier under control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • drags his victims underwater and drowns them
  • owns a scuba shop
  • killed by Kadan Montague

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Gerald Robard

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers
  • works in the breeding facility
  • sent by Peter Whitney to beat Marigold “Mari” Smith

Gideon “The Eagle” Carpenter

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • a top sniper, never misses his target
  • the eyes and the ears of his team, brings calm to any situation
  • almost impossible to track
  • gathers energy around himself like a shield, but pressure buildup leads to physical problems
  • has incredibly enhanced eyesight, super hearing, can climb easily

Ginger Fontenot

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • 17 month old biological daughter of Pepper and Wyatt Fontenot
  • identical triplet sister of Thym and Cannelle
  • the leader of the triplets
  • created in-vitro to be venomous, bite contains a fast-acting, lethal toxin
  • has only known pain and fear, experimented on and trained since birth to be a soldier
  • has the emotions of a baby, but is highly intelligent
  • speaks in sign language
  • has both viper and cat DNA, possibly cheetah
  • able to move with superhuman, blurring speed
  • beautiful, oval face and high cheekbones
  • thick dark hair
  • too-old dark eyes and fair skin

Grace Fontenot

  • see Nonny Fontenot

Greg

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Saber Wynter

Gregson

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • tortures Jesse Calhoun
  • killed by Nicholas Trevane

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Hank

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • personal pilot of General Theodore Ranier

Harley Jetter

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • born and raised in the Bayou
  • went to school with Wyatt Fontenot
  • girlfriend Lucia a flirt who is looking to trade up

Harold

  • first mentioned in Shadow Game
  • life-partner of Whitney family chauffeur John Brimslow
  • deceased

Harris, Ms.

  • first mentioned in Murder Game
  • secretary of Senator Ed Freeman
  • spies on both the Senator and Violet Smythe-Freeman

Harry Barnes

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • aide to United States Senator Lupan
  • a traitor who uses sex and ego to control Senator Lupan
  • arrogant and corrupt
  • part of Peter Whitney’s pipeline to Washington power
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Hawk

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the West coast team
  • enhanced Special Forces soldier under the control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • able to communicate with and use the vision of birds
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Henry

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Jesse Calhoun

Hilton, Captain

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • an aide to General Ranier
  • brother of Captain Ken Hilton
  • part of conspiracy to destroy the GhostWalkers
  • kept General Ranier from finding out about the GhostWalker problems
  • pushed Peter Whitney into the water and his  supposed death
  • killed by Ryland Miller

Holeander Armstice

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • a member of Doomsday terrorist group, violent and bloodthirsty
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • captured and turned over to the North Korean government

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Ian McGillicuddy

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • friendly and easy-going
  • of Irish descent
  • extremely tall and heavily muscled
  • chestnut hair, brilliant green eyes, freckles
  • has the ability to sense danger
  • can see through walls

Imelda

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • a gang member with ties to the Lopez drug cartel
  • tries to aid in the capture of Rose Patterson
  • in her early 20’s, with dark curly hair
  • stopped by Rhianna Bonds

Iris “Flame” JohnsonNight Game

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • kept and experimented on by Peter Whitney in a lab in Colorado for years, escaped at 19
  • purposely given recurring cancer by Peter Whitney as a child
  • has a fiery personality and defiant attitude
  • determined to find and help the other orphan girls
  • computer genius with a photographic memory
  • highly trained in martial arts, deadly with knives
  • in her early lto mid 20’s
  • deep red straight shoulder-length hair, vivid green eyes, arc of flames tattoo on her hip
  • abilities include acute hearing, speed and endurance
  • can control and manipulate sound, use sound as a weapon, vocal hypnotization
  • has telepathically and can control animals
  • paired with Raoul “Gator” Fontenot

Irma

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • a gang member with ties to the Lopez drug cartel
  • tries to aid in the capture of Rose Patterson
  • in her early 20’s, with dark curly hair
  • stopped by Rhianna Bonds

Ivy

  • first mentioned in Deadly Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • placed in the breeding program
  • can read people and objects through touch
  • presumed shot and killed by Peter Whitney’s soldiers

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Jack NortonConspiracy Game

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • twin brother of Ken Norton
  • a legendary sniper
  • mother murdered by his father when he was 9
  • his one weakness is that he cannot stand the abuse of women and children
  • a complete loner except for his brother, hard and dangerous
  • betrayed, set up to be tortured in the Congo by General Ekabela
  • stocky, with muscular arms and chest
  • hard, weathered features, deep gray eyes, thick wavy hair
  • has enhanced vision and sense of smell, able to hold his breath for extended periods of time, can see vast distances and in thermal imaging, able to blend into his surroundings
  • a strong telepath and telekinetic
  • anchor
  • identical twin sons Jeremiah Ken Norton and Noah Jack Norton
  • paired with Briony Jenkins

Jacob Abrams

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • life-long friend of Andrew Freeman and Peter Whitney
  • a billionaire banker who supports Peter Whitney’s experiments
  • part of the core group keeping Peter Whitney funded and free

Jacob “Shark” Princeton

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • a member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • body built for swimming, able to stay underwater for extended periods of time
  • enhanced senses are able to detect explosives
  • can telepathically influence others

Jaimie FieldingStreet Game

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • a member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • a computer genius, started high-school at 8, Doctorate by age 20
  • found her mother murdered when she was 16
  • recruited out of college and trained as an undercover operative
  • leaves Team Four to gather information to take down Whitney and his supporters
  • has a high security clearance, worked as an information analyst
  • thick, curly midnight black hair, sapphire eyes
  • has sharp eyes and a keen sense of smell, able to detect danger
  • reads energy and emotions, has a radar-like ability to pinpoint anyone’s location
  • paired with Mack McKinley, married as of Ruthless Game

James Bradley Jefferson

  • see Phillip Thornton

James Montague

  • first mentioned in Murder Game
  • brother of Kadan Montague
  • murdered by drug dealers at age 10

James Parsons

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • son of Emanuel Parsons
  • 24 years old, wealthy and spoiled
  • part of the kidnapping of his girlfriend Joy Chaisson
  • killed during the rescue of Joy Chaisson

James R. Dunbar

  • see Puppet Master

Jarold Carlyle

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of the Doomsday terrorist group
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • captured and turned over to the North Korean government

Jason Sturges

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • known as Bull
  • one of the eight Murder Game killers, part of the West coast team
  • an enhanced Special Forces soldier under the control of the “puppet master”, James R. Dunbar
  • suspected to have killed many members of his own previous military teams
  • a serial killer long before the military
  • heavily involved in the rodeo
  • killed by Nicholas “Nico” Trevane

Javier Enderman

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • grew up on the streets, saved from a life of crime by Mack McKinley
  • dedicated to and protective of his team and country, but everyone else is considered an enemy
  • ruthless but honorable, lives by a strict code
  • shaped by his brutal childhood
  • feels everything deeply, but rarely shows emotion
  • brilliant with computers and a specialist with explosives
  • a very accomplished assassin
  • highly intelligent but completely unpredictable, the most dangerous of all of team three
  • able to blend into the shadows, can sense when danger is close
  • very young and innocent looking with a boyish face, able to blend perfectly into any group of teens
  • dark black eyes
  • lean but deceptively strong
  • often considered by others to be a psychopath

Jebediah Jenkins

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • oldest brother of Briony Jenkins
  • member of The Flying Five trapeze act
  • served with Jack Norton in the SEALs
  • muscular and well built, with dark hair and piercing blue eyes

Jeff Hollister

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • a champion surfer from San Diego, California
  • very high IQ with a degree from MIT
  • massive induced brain-bleeds caused a stroke, weakening one side of his body
  • bleach blond hair
  • deeply tanned and muscular
  • has the abilities of dreamwalking, telekinesis, and levitation

Jeremiah Ken Norton

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • infant son of Jack Norton and Briony Jenkins-Norton
  • highly advanced, seems able to telepathically communicate with his twin brother Noah Jack Norton

Jesse CalhounPredatory Game

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • brother of Patsy Calhoun
  • Dahlia LeBlanc’s NCIS handler and closest friend
  • brilliant, from a wealthy family
  • playful and teasing, but dangerous
  • a successful songwriter, owned a radio station in Sheridan, Wyoming
  • shot, tortured and held hostage
  • lower legs destroyed, confined to a wheelchair for months
  • tall, handsome and athletic with a heavily developed upper body
  • bronze skin, dark hair and black eyes
  • has the abilities of telepathy, shielding, and telekinesis
  • a strong anchor
  • paired with Saber Wynter

Jim

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • a guard at the Wilson Plastics facility in the Bayou
  • former military turned private soldier

Joe Spagnola

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • father is best friends with Sergeant Major Theodore Griffen
  • a skilled pilot
  • around 32, tall and good looking
  • a medic and natural healer

John

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Saber Wynter

John Baily

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • a physical therapist brought in to work with Kane Cannon after he is shot
  • working with Eric Lambert against the GhostWalkers
  • disables the security so Rose Patterson and Sebastian Kane Cannon can be taken

John Brimslow

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • long-time Whitney family chauffeur
  • In his 60’s or 70’s
  • like a second father to Lily Whitney

John Waters

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • a United States Congressman
  • client and companion of paid escort Brenda Bennett
  • targeted for blackmail by Peter Whitney
  • has an uptight wife and church-loving image
  • congressional vote needed by Peter Whitney

Jonas “Smoke” Harper

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • quiet and highly intelligent, speaks multiple languages
  • grew up throwing knives with a circus family
  • high wire specialist
  • brilliant thief, pickpocket and master of disguise
  • able to fold himself into small spaces
  • can see in the dark, or right through a building
  • able to disappear into shadow or fog at will
  • has large cat or wolf DNA
  • lithe, with a medium build
  • blonde hair, florentine gold eyes

Jonquille

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • the youngest of the orphans

Jose Cortina

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • a straight up killer and gang member
  • considers himself a ladies man, but enjoys hurting women
  • attempts to capture Rose Patterson for the million dollar bounty on her head
  • killed by Rhianna Bonds

Joy Chaisson

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • abducted girl from the bayou in Louisiana
  • a Fontenot family friend
  • dreams of being a famous singer
  • taken and held as a sex slave, drugged and beaten
  • rescued by Raoul and Wyatt Fontenot, Iris “Flame” Johnson
  • had been loved by Wyatt Fontenot since they were 5
  • wanted money and a different life, but turned to Wyatt Fontenot when she was in between men

Judith, Miss

  • first mentioned in Conspiracy Game
  • caring and compassionate
  • worked at the group home where the Norton brothers were placed
  • became the foster mother of Jack and Ken Norton

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Kadan “Bishop” MontagueMurder Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • second in command of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • former civilian homicide detective
  • mother, brother and sister killed by his father’s drug dealer rivals
  • hunted down and executed his family’s killers at age 8
  • for most of his life he has been cold and unemotional
  • far more psychically gifted prior to enhancement than other GhostWalkers
  • tall, heavily muscled and rugged looking
  • shaggy dark hair, intense midnight blue/black eyes
  • has a thin white scar running the length of his face
  • abilities include shielding, strong telepathy, mind reading/mind control
  • able to alter skin to blend into surroundings, cling to any surface, radar-like ability to see images in sound
  • powerful anchor and shielder
  • paired with Tansy Meadows

Kane Cannon, First SergeantRuthless Game

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • second-in-command of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • grew up on the streets, beaten by his father as a child, mother a drug addict
  • honorable and loyal, but capable of swift violence when necessary
  • assigned to work in Peter Whitney’s breeding program
  • assists Rose Patterson and the women in the breeding program in their escape
  • offers evidence of Peter Whitney’s crimes to his superior officers
  • tall and muscular, handsome, with vivid green eyes and blond hair
  • abilities include strong telepathy with people and animals
  • can see through walls to the heat signatures inside using radio waves
  • father of Sebastian Kane Cannon
  • paired with Rose Patterson

Karl

  • first mentioned in Predatory Game
  • Chaleen Jarvos’s phone contact and superior in the CIA
  • part of the plan to get classified information from Jesse Calhoun

Ken Hilton, Captain

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • assigned to watch Lily Whitney at the Donovans fundraiser
  • works with General McEntire
  • twin brother of Captain Hilton

Ken NortonDeadly Game

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • twin brother of Jack Norton
  • a legendary sniper
  • abused as a child by his father
  • mother murdered by his father when he was 9
  • keeps his rage better hidden than Jack, but in fact is even darker than his twin
  • spent years living only for his job and to keep his brother safe
  • betrayed, set up to be tortured in the Congo by General Ekabela
  • scarred over almost all of his body, with little physical sensation left
  • stocky, with muscular arms and chest
  • hard, weathered features, deep gray eyes, thick wavy hair
  • abilities include enhanced vision and sense of smell, able to hold his breath for extended periods of time, able to see vast distances and in thermal imaging
  • able to blend into his surroundings like a chameleon
  • strong telepath and telekinetic
  • father of identical twin boys
  • paired with Marigold “Mari” Smith

Keon Biyoya, Major

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • sadistic and brutal, a ruthless interrogator
  • tortures both Ken and Jack Norton in the Congo
  • works for General Ekabela
  • killed by Jack Norton

Kim-son Song

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • brother of kidnapped North Korean child Mi-cha Song
  • went to university with Jaimie Fielding
  • worked under Mack McKinley’s command before the GhostWalker program

Konin Yogosuto

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • maternal grandfather of Nicholas Trevane
  • a Japanese martial arts master

Kurt Saunders

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • controls most of the drugs, gambling and prostitution in New Orleans
  • associates with the New Orleans elite and wealthy
  • abusive to women
  • leader of the group that kidnapped Joy Chaisson
  • killed by team one

Kwang-sub Chun, General

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • ambassador to North Korea,  working at the United Nations
  • son Dae-sub Chun kidnapped by the Doomsday terrorist group

Kyle “Ratchet” Forbes

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • a Doctor
  • extremely quiet
  • an explosives genius
  • abnormally strong
  • slightly under 6 feet tall, medium build
  • bright blue eyes

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Larry

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • works as a private guard at the Wilson Plastics factory
  • former military, now works as a private soldier
  • patrols with his guard dog
  • roughed up Nonny Fontenot while under the influence of a chemical that triggered aggression
  • basically a decent man
  • moves with an easy, fluid stride

Larry Edwards

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • likes to intimidate women
  • takes Saber Wynter out on a date and dumps her in the wrong part of town

Laurel

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls

Les

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • works as the day sound man at Jesse Calhoun’s radio station
  • not well liked, rude and creepy
  • working undercover for Peter Whitney, promised enhancement if he was successful
  • becomes obsessed with Saber Wynter
  • killed by Brian Hutton

Lew

  • first mentioned in Viper Game
  • lives in the Bayou
  • owner of the local jewellery store

Lily Whitney-Miller, DoctorShadow Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • raised as Peter Whitney’s daughter, kept as a control subject for his experiments
  • isolated for much of her childhood
  • highly intelligent, has a photographic memory
  • mind requires constant stimulation
  • injury during childhood experiment lead to a permanent limp
  • shared much of her enormous wealth with the Ghostwalkers
  • genuine and loving, with strong values
  • determined to help those hurt by her father Peter Whitney
  • average height and curvy, with sable colored hair and deep blue eyes
  • an enhancer/amplifier, has telekinesis and telepathy
  • able to read thoughts through touch
  • mother of Daniel Ryland Miller
  • paired with Ryland Miller

Lisa Carlston

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • a 31 year old third grade teacher
  • murdered outside Jaimie Fielding’s home as a warning
  • looks similar and killed in the same way as Jaimie Fielding’s own mother

Lloyd

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • hired to kill Jesse Calhoun and capture Saber Wynter

Logan “Max” Maxwell

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • leader of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • a former Green Beret who works for the NCIS
  • the pilot who transported Dahlia Le Blanc on her assignments
  • believes women shouldn’t be in combat
  • stocky, wide-shouldered and muscular
  • icy blue eyes

Louis Comeaux

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • cousin of Vicq Comeaux
  • grew up with Raoul “Gator” Fontenot

Louise Charter

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • the private secretary of NCIS director Rear Admiral Frank Henderson for over 20 years
  • raised Martin Howard and his brothers after their parents were killed
  • in her late 50′s
  • the widow of an FBI agent

Lucas Atherton

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • an excellent marksman
  • calm and collected
  • abilities include dreamwalking

Lucia

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • a city girl dating bayou boy Harley Jetter
  • well-styled blonde hair
  • used to being the most beautiful woman in the room
  • always looking to trade up to a better man
  • flirts with Wyatt Fontenot

Lupan, Senator

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • a United States Senator
  • aged and infirm, dependent on an oxygen tank
  • has suffered multiple strokes, but his mind is still active
  • has no living family
  • controlled by Harry Barnes on behalf of Peter Whitney

Luthor

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • an enhanced soldier and ruthless killer working for Peter Whitney
  • paired with Briony Jenkins, determined to be the one to father her child
  • hunts Briony Jenkins and her family
  • telepathic
  • killed by Jack Norton

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Mack “Top” McKinley, Master Gunnery SergeantStreet Game

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • leader of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare Team
  • the leader of his “family” since the beginning
  • encouraged the others to join the GhostWalker program
  • devoted to his job, determined to make a difference
  • feels responsible for putting his team in danger
  • solid and heavily muscled, with charcoal hair and dark eyes
  • abilities include telepathy, teleportation-like travel
  • can manipulate electrical energy to kill with a touch
  • paired with Jaimie Fielding, married as of Ruthless Game

Madigan

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • known as the Spider
  • a heavily tattooed arms dealer
  • supplier for the Doomsday terrorist group
  • incapacitated after a heart attack

Malichai “Rubberman” Fortunes

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • brother of Ezekiel and Mordichai Fortunes
  • had no family other than his brothers, grew up on the streets of Detroit fighting to survive
  • reported abuses and discrepancies by Peter Whitney to military superiors
  • wounded twice so far after turning in information on Whitney, targeted by powerful Whitney supporters
  • a trained medic and natural healer
  • large and heavily muscled
  • strange, almost golden eyes

Mamoru Yoshiie

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • adopted father of Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie and Daiki and Eiji Yoshiie
  • rescued Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie from the streets of Tokyo
  • a famed swordsman who taught his children to be warriors
  • ran a school training students in martial arts
  • rumored to be the direct descendant of a famous samurai
  • respected life and fought evil
  • master craftsman of swords and jewellery
  • a quiet, gentle man who was devoted to his family
  • had a good reputation with all who knew him
  • rumors he earned his real living as an assassin, believed to have some association with the Yakuza
  • small, almost thin
  • deceased

Marc Lands

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • an accomplished field medic

Marigold “Mari” SmithDeadly Game

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • sacrificed herself to ensure twin sister Briony Jenkins had a home and a family
  • made part of the breeding program
  • ran missions by the time she was 12
  • highly skilled and well trained, unflinching in battle
  • a sniper and loyal soldier
  • punished frequently for disobeying Whitney’s breeding directives
  • her only loyalty was to the women in her unit
  • abilities include incredible eyesight and sense of smell, chameleon-like able to change skin to blend into surroundings
  • can telepathically control machinery, strong telepathy
  • mother of twin boys
  • paired with Ken Norton

Mark Scott

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • a lawyer who works for the CIA
  • brokers deals for Peter Whitney related companies

Markus

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • a United States Senator targeted by Peter Whitney
  • threatened with blackmail by Brenda Bennett
  • killed himself rather than be disgraced

Marsh, Mrs.

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • the biggest gossip in the bayou
  • works at the local boutique
  • bright, curious eyes

Martin Howard

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • highly decorated Green Beret, enlisted in the military at 18
  • born as Stefan Martinelli into a small-time mafia family in Detroit
  • parents killed in a car accident, he and his four brothers raised by Louise Charter
  • changed their names to escape the criminal ties of their parents
  • framed by his brother Roman to look like a traitor

Martinez

  • first mentioned in Samurai Game
  • an enemy soldier sent to attack the Ghostwalker compound
  • killed by Sam Johnson and Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Melanie Freesha

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • secretary to General Theodore Ranier
  • civilian, but with high security clearance
  • previously worked in the White House
  • has impeccable reputation
  • well understands politics and the military
  • has always seemed loyal beyond reproach
  • friends with Sheila Benet since early childhood
  • a traitor who works for Peter Whitney as one of his best assets
  • poisoned by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie
  • presumed dead

Mi-cha Song

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • 10 year old North Korean girl
  • sister of agent Kim-son Song
  • kidnapped by the Doomsday terrorist group

Michaud, Mrs.

  • first mentioned in Night Game
  • a widow lady that Burrell Gaudet flirts with
  • friend of the Fontenot family

Milly Duboune

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • one of the nurses who cared for the Whitney orphan girls, assigned to Dahlia LeBlanc
  • killed in the ambush at the sanitarium

Mitch

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers
  • a sniper
  • big guy with a smart mouth

Mordichai Fortunes

  • first appearance in Viper game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • brother of Ezekiel and Malichai Fortunes
  • had no family other than his brothers, grew up on the streets of Detroit fighting to survive

Morrison

  • first mentioned in Shadow Game
  • former member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • suffered severe brain bleeds during captivity at Donovans
  • deceased

Murphy

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • one of the guards at the safe house where Jesse Calhoun is held
  • killed by Nicolas Trevane

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Neil Campbell

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • abilities include highly enhanced hearing
  • can manipulate sound as a weapon

Nicolas “Nico” TrevaneMind Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • highly decorated sniper who never misses his target
  • of Native American and Japanese descent
  • speaks many languages
  • always knows where the enemy target is
  • a loner, feels most at home alone in the wilderness
  • lives in the mountains of California
  • always even tempered, calm and quiet, gives off very low energy
  • muscular, with dark hair and black eyes
  • abilities include dreamwalking, strong telepathy
  • able to channel energy to heal, can climb walls like a spider
  • paired with Dahlia Le Blanc

Noah Jack Norton

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • infant son of Jack Norton and Briony Jenkins-Norton
  • identical twin brother of Jeremiah Ken Norton
  • seems able to telepathically communicate with his twin

Nonny (Grace) Fontenot

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • Grandmother of Raoul “Gator” Fontenot and Wyatt Fontenot
  • biological grandmother of Ginger, Thym and Cannelle Fontenot
  • has natural psychic ability of her own, a deep connection to animals and plants
  • worked hard and struggled to raise her four orphaned grandsons
  • grows medicinal plants, has helped sick locals for years
  • in her 80’s and suffers from a heart condition
  • no nonsense and adventurous, much tougher than she looks
  • small and fragile looking, with silver-white hair and sharp blue eyes
  • claims all of team four as her own

-O-

Olivia Lopez Martinez

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • elderly neighbor of Rose Patterson
  • family part of the Lopez drug cartel

-P-

Patsy Calhoun

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • older sister of Jesse Calhoun
  • loving and very caring
  • beautiful, sophisticated and classy
  • fiancee David killed in a car accident arranged by Peter Whitney
  • has a heart condition
  • possibly paired with Brian Hutton

Paulie

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • one of the guards at the safe house where Jesse Calhoun is held
  • killed by Nicholas Trevane

Paul Mangan

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • a Marine
  • highly intelligent, graduated from high school at 13 and has multiple doctorate degrees
  • an excellent marksman
  • newest member of Team Three, the only “non family” member
  • placed with Mack McKinley’s team by his father Sergeant Major Griffen to protect him from Peter Whitney
  • gentle nature, a natural born healer with tremendous empathy, but well trained and capable in a fight
  • young looking and freckled, tall and slender
  • abilities include being able to read people by their energies
  • a very rare psychic surgeon who can see inside the human body and repair injuries
  • able to subtly alter his appearance through projecting illusions

Pepper – Viper Game

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • raised in a lab in France
  • did not know she was the biological mother of enhanced triplets Ginger, Cannelle and Thym
  • had a natural immunity to cobra venom, experimented on to create an anti-venom for Peter Whitney’s soldiers
  • believes she is an imperfect Ghostwalker, ashamed of what she is and what she has to do
  • parents had been famous in the world of studying snakes, killed by Peter Whitney so he could take Pepper for her natural abilies
  • a seductress, every word and action designed to lure her prey
  • refused to do what she was created for, even though she suffers from near constant sexual hunger
  • secretes a biochemical that both attracts and kills, produces venom when she feels threatened
  • a strong shielder, but has a difficult time blocking the effect she has on men
  • able to move with blurring, superhuman speed
  • 23 years old
  • small and curvy, with flawless skin and a husky voice
  • long, wavy black hair with a barely visible snake pattern
  • unusual dark violet eyes with a bright diamond starburst around the pupil
  • paired with Wyatt Fontenot

Peter Whitney, Doctor

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • creator of the GhostWalker program
  • one of the richest men in the world, with many powerful friends and supporters
  • highest level security clearance
  • committed to science at all costs, fanatically patriotic
  • feels no guilt at anything he has done, considers people’s lives meaningless
  • arrogant and cold, believes women are of little use except to produce the next generation of male super soldier
  • has his own strange sense of propriety
  • faked his death in order to keep ahead of his enemies
  • abilities include a natural psychic barrier, can sense psychic ability through touch
  • has perhaps paired himself Violet Smythe-Freeman

Phillip Thornton

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • President of the Donovans corporation
  • a traitor, charged with treason and murder
  • helped Peter Whitney fake his own death
  • presumed brain-dead in a mental hospital after attempting suicide
  • altered his appearance, assumed the aliases Earl Thomas Bartlett and James Bradley Jefferson
  • as Earl Thomas Bartlett, becomes money-man for the CIA, helps keep Peter Whitney funded
  • targeted Jaimie Fielding for assassination
  • killed by Mack McKinley

Pierre

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • one of Dr. Thomas Braden’s soldiers
  • involved in the attack on the Fontenot house

Prauder, Doctor

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • the Doctor at Peter Whitney’s breeding facility
  • a pervert who used his position to abuse and photograph the women in the breeding program
  • short and skinny
  • balding, with a goatee
  • killed by Ken Norton

Puppet Master

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • real name James R. Dunbar
  • uses his own secret GhostWalker team to kill people for profit
  • part of Whitney’s original enhanced psychic program, determining who qualified
  • appears to be a non-descript paper pusher, hiding in plain sight
  • suffers from OCD
  • has short hair and glasses, with distinctive silvery sheen to his eyes
  • an elite tracker and dreamwalker
  • killed by Jeff Hollister in the dreamscape
  • killed by Ryland Miller in real life

-Q-

-R-

Ramon Estes

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • a former Marine, born in New York
  • crazy and violent, a member of the Doomsday terrorist group
  • part of the plot to kidnap and murder two North Korean children
  • captured and turned over to the North Korean government

Randy

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • working with Eric Lambert to kidnap Rose Patterson and Sebastian Kane Cannon
  • killed by Kane Cannon

Raoul “Gator” FontenotNight Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • older brother of Wyatt Fontenot
  • bomb expert, both building and diffusing
  • from Louisiana bayou country, raised by his Grandmother Nonny
  • charm and humor hide his deadly nature
  • thick, curly black hair, black eyes, slow Cajun drawl
  • abilities include tremendously enhanced hearing, ability to use sound as a low-frequency weapon
  • can read emotions through sound, mentally control animals, some weak telepathy
  • paired with Iris “Flame” Johnson

Reaper

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the West coast team
  • enhanced Special Forces soldier under the control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • a perfectionist
  • killed by Jack and Ken Norton

Rene Chaisson

  • first mentioned in Night Game
  • born and raised in the bayou
  • brother of Joy Chaisson
  • friend of Wyatt Fontenot

Rhianna Bonds

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • member of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • brutal childhood, grew up fighting her way through the worst kinds of criminals
  • highly disciplined, with a strong sense of duty
  • asked to be transferred out of Team Three after a fight with Javier Enderman
  • a killing machine, usually underestimated by her enemies because of her looks
  • exceptionally beautiful with thick curly black hair and blue eyes
  • abilities include a teleportation-like ability

Rick Fielding

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • one of the enhanced Special Forces soldiers hunting Gator Fontenot and Flame Johnson
  • deceased

Rob Tate

  • first mentioned in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers at the breeding faculty

Roger Talbot

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • long-time personal assistant of Peter Whitney

Roman Howard

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • younger brother of Martin Howard
  • born into a small-time mafia family, raised after his parents’ death by Louise Charter
  • disgraced former military officer, always in trouble
  • refused entrance into the GhostWalker program
  • bitter and filled with jealousy and hate
  • a traitor working with Trevor Billings
  • used his connection to Louise Charter to find out classified information from NCIS
  • a strong natural telepath, able to read minds
  • framed his brother Martin Howard to look like a traitor
  • killed by Nicholas Trevane

Romney, Senator

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • a supporter of Peter Whitney

Ronald McEntire, General

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • a traitor determined to profit from the GhostWalker program
  • targeted Peter Whitney and General Ranier for assassination
  • ringleader of the plan to sell defense secrets to foreign governments

Ron

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers
  • sent to capture Briony Jenkins
  • works with Luthor

Ron Shaver

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • betrayed by teammate Russell Cowlings
  • murdered in the labs at Donovans in order to be studied

Rosa Cabreros

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • long-time Whitney family housekeeper and cook
  • one of the nurses of the original 12 orphan girls, assigned to Lily Whitney
  • the only mother Lily Whitney has ever known
  • in a relationship with Arly Baker

Rose PattersonRuthless Game

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • abandoned in a Chinese orphanage for not being born male
  • made part of Peter Whitney’s breeding program, the only one to become pregnant
  • spent her entire life in military compounds under Whitney’s control
  • difficult time trusting others, good at hiding her emotions
  • hunted by not only Peter Whitney, but the Lopez drug cartel
  • strong willed and a fierce fighter, favors throwing knives
  • abilities include enhanced hearing and vision, can detect when someone is lying
  • can project illusions to camouflage her appearance and those that she is touching
  • in extreme circumstances can visualize damages to the human body and intuitively know how to repair them
  • very small and pixie-looking, with short black hair and almond shaped dark brown eyes
  • mother of Sebastian Kane Cannon
  • paired with Kane Cannon

Roslyn Kramer, Lieutenant

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • a former soldier with ties to Homeland security
  • declared dead three years ago
  • one of the agents following Sergeant Major Griffen
  • stabs Ethan Myers
  • killed by Gideon Carpenter

Ross

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • believed to be one of Peter Whitney’s personal soldiers
  • abusive to women
  • tries to attack Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie
  • accidentally shoots and kills his friend Frankie
  • killed by Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Ruben Jenkins

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • one of Briony Jenkins’ brothers and member of The Flying Five trapeze act
  • the least understanding of Briony’s psychic overload problems
  • muscular and well built, with dark hair and piercing blue eyes

Rudy

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • one of the four killers of Burrell Gaudet
  • a sniper, highly trained and skilled in combat situations
  • can mask his heartbeat and breathing
  • killed by Raoul “Gator” Fontenot

Russell Cowlings

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • former member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • turned traitor, betrayed Ryland Miller and his men for money
  • abilities included dreamwalking
  • killed by Ryland Miller

Ryland “King” Miller, CaptainShadow Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • leader of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • determined to both lead and protect the men in his command
  • from a humble background, raised by unwed teenage mother
  • stocky and muscular, with broad shoulders
  • steel grey eyes, short thick black hair
  • abilities include strong telepathy, dreamwalking, and telekinesis
  • an enhancer/amplifier, can disrupt electronic equipment, acute hearing
  • highly skilled in hand-to-hand combat
  • father of Daniel Ryland Miller
  • paired with Lily Whitney

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Saber Wynter Predatory Game

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s orphan girls
  • trained primarily for covert work, blends into any situation
  • sent on her first mission at age 9
  • tortured and nearly killed by Peter Whitney several times
  • the perfect assassin, able to kill with the touch of her hand
  • can get into and out of places without detection, extensive combat and weapons training
  • escapes when she is ordered to kill Senator Freeman and Violet Smyth-Freeman
  • finds work at Jesse Calhoun’s radio station as host the “Night Siren”
  • looks like a child at first glance, small and slender
  • blue-black curly hair and violet-blue eyes
  • a shielder
  • can influence using her enhanced voice
  • telepathic, can read and manipulate energy, can emit an electromagnetic pulse to disrupt energy (either human or electrical),
  • able to regenerate muscle and tissue
  • paired with Jesse Calhoun

Sam “Knight” Johnson – Samurai Game

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • former Special Forces instructor
  • honorable and courageous
  • mother a drug addict, spent time in numerous foster homes and living on the streets
  • taken in by General Theodore Ranier and Delia Ranier
  • few can beat him in a physical fight, renowned for his hand-to-hand combat
  • skilled sharpshooter
  • brilliant, speaks multiple languages and has degrees in molecular biology, biochemistry, astrophysics and nuclear physics
  • targeted by Peter Whitney as a sacrifice to Ezekial Ekabela
  • big, strong and battle hardened
  • coffee colored skin, dark eyes, curly black hair
  • abilities include telekinesis, teleportation and telepathy
  • eyes enhanced to see details others often miss
  • venom sacs implanted in his wrists make him able to kill with a touch
  • can blend into his surroundings
  • paired with Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Scorpion

  • see Tom Delaney

Sean

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers, working as one of his personal guard
  • strong both physically and psychically, the perfect soldier
  • considered him a fellow soldier and friend by Marigold Smith
  • allows himself to be paired with Marigold “Mari” Smith without her knowledge
  • betrays the escape plan of the breeding program women to Peter Whitney
  • killed by Jack and Ken Norton

Sebastian Kane Cannon

  • first appearance in Ruthless Game
  • infant son of Kane Cannon and Rose Patterson
  • prematurely born, but unusually strong and alert
  • developing at a faster rate than most children
  • blue-black hair

Seely Thompson

  • see Rhianna Bonds

Seth Jenkins

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • adopted brother of Briony Jenkins
  • hot-headed
  • member of The Flying Five trapeze act
  • muscular and well built, with dark hair and piercing blue eyes

Sharon Meadows

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • wife of Don Meadows, adopted mother of Tansy Meadows
  • comes from an extremely wealthy family
  • brilliant but very fragile physically
  • heart condition rendered her unable to have her own children
  • small and very thin, with dyed blond hair

Sheila Benet

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • cold and calculating
  • ordered many people killed on Peter Whitney’s belhalf
  • looks like a 1940’s pinup, classy and elegant
  • came from a life of fear and poverty, mother was a drunken prostitute
  • has money but rarely spends it
  • in a sexual relationship with Major Art Patterson
  • friends with Melania Freesha since early childhood

Shelton Barstow Reams

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • alias of one of Peter Whitney’s supporters
  • involved in the Whitney-related corporations

Shiobhan Mangan

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • mother of Paul Mangan
  • comes from a political family
  • the current Ambassador to Ireland

Snake

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the East coast team
  • enhanced Special Forces soldier under the control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • owned his own photography business
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Sparks, Doctor

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • the Whitney-appointed doctor of Briony Jenkins
  • cold and reptilian looking

Stacy Fielding

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • disowned by her family after she gave birth to daughter Jaimie Fielding at age 15
  • kind and loving
  • taught third grade
  • dark, curly hair
  • was 31 years old when she was stabbed and killed, body dumped on her doorstep

Stallion

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the eight killers in Murder Game, part of the East coast team
  • enhanced Special Forces soldier under the control of the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • killed by Kadan Montague

Stan

  • first appearance in Predatory Game
  • one of the men who tortures Patsy Calhoun
  • killed by Jesse Calhoun

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Tansy MeadowsMurder Game

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • adopted out by Peter Whitney to Don and Sharon Meadows at age 5
  • biological daughter of Don Meadows
  • unable to touch people or objects without being swamped by uncontrollable residual energy, forced to always wear gloves
  • very sensitive, especially to violent energy
  • severe problems in social settings
  • began tracking serial killer for the police and FBI at age 13
  • psychic overload led to a mental breakdown, hospitalized for 8 months
  • takes wildlife pictures for National Geographic
  • long platinum and gold hair, deep violet/blue eyes with a silvery sheen, deeply tanned skin
  • an elite tracker and psychic, highly empathic
  • has telepathy and the ability to connect with animals
  • a dreamwalker
  • paired with Kadan Montague

Theodore Greystone

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • alias of Sergeant Major Theodore Griffen
  • listed as the father of Paul Mangan

Theodore Griffen, Sergeant Major

  • first appearance in Street Game
  • Commander of Team Three, the Force Recon Urban Warfare team
  • comes from wealthy, blue-blood Southern family
  • under constant surveillance by Peter Whitney’s people
  • father of Paul Mangan

Theodore Ranier, General

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • commanding officer of Team One, the Special Forces Team
  • works at the Pentagon
  • a four star General who has always served with distinction
  • a brilliant strategist, tough but fair
  • direct superior of Colonel Frank Higgens
  • once a close friend of the Whitney family
  • turned on Peter Whitney for experimenting on the orphan girls
  • devoted to the Ghostwalker program, blames Peter Whitney for tainting their reputation
  • targeted for death by Colonel Higgens and General McEntire
  • gray hair and bushy gray eyebrows
  • took in and raised Sam “Knight” Johnson as his own son
  • married to Delia Ranier

Thomas Braden, Dr.

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • head of Peter Whitney’s facility in France
  • oversaw the lab where Ginger, Thym and Cannelle were created
  • has created his own army of mutated super-soldiers with harder bone structure and almost instant healing
  • branches off on his own, making an enemy of Peter Whitney
  • obsessed with controlling Pepper, blinded by the need to have her for his own
  • killed by Peter Whitney’s men, body found at the Wilson’s Plastics facility in the Bayou

Thomas Matherson

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • aide to Phillip Thornton at Donovans
  • presumed escaped after being involved with the treason and murder plans of Phillip Thornton
  • actually is brain-dead in a mental hospital under the name of Phillip Thornton

Thorn – see Azami Yoshiie

  • first mentioned in Predatory Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s orphan girls
  • raised in the same Whitney facility as Saber Wynter
  • smart and cunning, feared by Peter Whitney
  • frequently punished for disobeying orders
  • as a child, electro-shocked by Peter Whitney until her heart stopped
  • one of the most loved by all of her “sisters”
  • black hair turned white from shock and pain
  • used as the test subject for Saber Wynter to hone her skills on
  • became known as Azami Yoshiie

Thym Fontenot

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • 17 month old biological daughter of Pepper and Wyatt Fontenot
  • identical triplet sister of Cannelle and Ginger Fontenot
  • the shy, quiet sister
  • created in-vitro to be venomous, bite contains a fast-acting, lethal toxin
  • has only known pain and fear, experimented on and trained since birth to be a soldier
  • has the emotions of a baby, but is highly intelligent
  • speaks in sign language
  • has both viper and cat DNA, possibly cheetah
  • able to move with superhuman, blurring speed
  • beautiful, oval face and high cheekbones
  • thick dark hair
  • too-old dark eyes and fair skin

Tisha Phillips

  • first mentioned in Ruthless Game
  • the name on a lease of an apartment across from Team Three’s home base

Todd Aikens

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • brother of Trace Aikens

Tom “Shark” Delaney

  • first appearance in Murder Game
  • an enhanced special forces soldier
  • honorable and respected serviceman
  • one of the eight Murder Game killers, Scorpion, part of the West coast team
  • not a ruthless killer, but driven to murder by the “puppet master” James R. Dunbar
  • rehabilitated and assigned to work with team one
  • good in the water
  • husband of Angela Delaney

Tommy Chilton, Brigadier General

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • supports Peter Whitney’s continuing experiments
  • superior officer of Sergeant Major Griffen and Colonel Wilford

Tommy Delaney Jr.

  • first mentioned in Murder Game
  • son of Tom Delaney, the Murder Game killer known as Scorpion who joined Team One

Tony

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • a tiger trainer in the Jenkins family owned circus
  • killed by Luthor

Tony

  • first appearance in Samurai Game
  • enemy soldier sent to attack the Ghostwalker compound
  • killed by Sam Johnson and Azami “Thorn” Yoshiie

Trace  Aikens

  • first mentioned in Mind Game
  • member of Team Two, the SEAL team
  • brother of Todd Aikens

Trap Dawkins

  • first appearance in Viper Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • a self-made billionaire
  • doesn’t care about money, but everything he touches turns to gold
  • started his own companies since age 13
  • a highly trained medic and natural healer
  • brilliant mind never shuts off, analytical and obsessive
  • seems cold and remote, rarely feels emotion
  • a straight-up assassin, able to ghost in and out of a situation without being detected
  • ignores all social cues, brutally honest and anti-social
  • met Wyatt Fontenot in college and followed him into the Ghostwalkers program
  • able to pass through solid objects, can sense the makeup of an object down to the molecular structure
  • in his early 30’s
  • tall and muscled
  • thick blonde hair and glacier blue eyes

Trevor Billings

  • first appearance in Mind Game
  • a Defense Department contractor and brilliant researcher
  • claimed stolen research as his own
  • a traitor who worked with Roman Howard to sell weapon plans to terrorists and hostile foreign governments

Tucker Addison

  • first appearance in Shadow Game
  • member of Team One, the Special Forces team
  • formerly served in an anti-terrorist unit
  • patient and always calm
  • capable field medic
  • large and imposing
  • heavily muscled, is the physically strongest member of Team One
  • dark bronze skin, black eyes and military cropped black hair
  • abilities include telekinesis

Tyrel Jenkins

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • one of Briony Jenkins’ adopted brothers
  • the most sympathetic and kind of the Jenkins brothers
  • member of The Flying Five trapeze act
  • muscular and well built,  with dark hair and piercing blue eyes

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Vicq Comeaux

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • grew up with Raoul “Gator” Fontenot
  • sexual predator and murderer that stalks women
  • part of the Joy Chaisson kidnapping
  • killed by Iris “Flame” Johnson

Violet Smythe-Freeman

  • first appearance in Deadly Game
  • one of the original 12 orphan girls
  • not part of the breeding program, but raised with those women who were
  • sent by Peter Whitney to first guard, then marry, Senator Ed Freeman
  • amoral, will do anything to get her husband to the White House
  • highly intelligent, but cold
  • not as many psychic talents as the other GhostWalkers, but still very dangerous
  • skilled in the political arena, craves power like a drug
  • will kill to get what she wants
  • tall and blond
  • paired with Senator Ed Freeman, but he was not paired with her
  • aborted Senator Ed Freeman’s child at Peter Whitney’s demand
  • took her husband off of life support after he was declared brain dead
  • may run for the Senate in Ed Freeman’s place
  • believed to now be paired with Peter Whitney

Vivienne Chaisson

  • first mentioned in Night Game
  • mother of Joy Chaisson
  • family friend of the Fontenot family

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Wilford, Colonel

  • first mentioned in Street Game
  • Sergeant Major Griffen’s immediate superior officer
  • loyalty unknown

Will Gunthrie

  • first appearance in Conspiracy Game
  • one of Peter Whitney’s enhanced soldiers, listed as killed in a battle in Afghanistan
  • part of the team sent to take out the Norton brothers
  • a straight-up killer that likes to inflict pain
  • able to create psychic shields
  • killed by Jack Norton

Wyatt Fontenot, Dr. – Viper Game

  • first appearance in Night Game
  • member of Team Four, the Air Force Pararescue team
  • younger brother of Raoul “Gator” Fontenot, grandson of Nonny Fontenot
  • biological father of triplets Ginger, Thym and Cannelle
  • brilliant mind, very wealthy from his partnership with Trap Dawkins
  • always had some level of telepathy, catching the random thoughts of others
  • able to take notice of everything in a single glance
  • was charming, hard-partying hell raiser until he thought he got his heart broken by Joy Chaisson
  • a natural healer, along with being a surgeon
  • sometimes feels like his mind is at war, the healer versus the hunter
  • always had a temper, but made worse by the enhancements and the addition of cat DNA
  • dominant, passionate and controlling
  • off the charts, almost uncontrollable jealousy and possessiveness over Pepper
  • tall and well built
  • long lashed dark eyes and dark, wavy hair
  • paired with Pepper

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60 thoughts on “GhostWalkers Character Guide

      1. Hi,
        just read in samurai game, that Tom Delaney was named a new member during the chat about the “croc-bar”..
        (When Thorn “escaped” Ian and all and everyone came to Sam’s room)

      2. Hey Heike. Yeah, that was just sort of casually mentioned, wasn’t it? It always struck me as strange that it was done that way.

    1. I thought thorne and winter (saber) were original girls as well. Making it 14 originals. I am guessing there are more original girls. Also Tom shark Delaney is a part of team one now as of the last book.

      1. If I remember correctly, Azami (Thorn) and Saber (Winter) are a little younger than the original 12. They were kept in a secret location and Lily didn’t find out about the 2nd group of girls until “Predator Game”. Although I believe the original 12 do have some vague memories of them, suggesting that at some point early on they were kept together.

      2. I think you are right about them being just a bit younger. There are so many girls to keep track of, and figuring out who went where is kind of fun.

  1. Wow,your character guide is fantastic! I wish I had know about your guide before I spend many, many hours piecing mine together out of nessecity. It is nice to know that I at least had all the teams and relationships correct. Thank you!

    Debra

    1. Thanks a lot, Debra. Let me know if you caught anything I missed. And they do take a crap-load of time to do, too, don’t they? I don’t get to work on them every day, but I figure about a week per book.

  2. Wow very cool. I re read the whole series many times and just on the last go around caught the Brian Hutton connection from Predatory Game to Ruthless Game crazy! So thanks for saving me from hours of trying to remember where I heard that name! LOL

    1. No problem, Tracy. I have to look back quite often at them to keep track who is who. Too many books, I guess. Can’t wait for the next Ghostwalker book, though. I wonder who it will be about this time?

  3. This is great, helps to follow everything a little bit better. Remembering everyone in all the groups is a big help. Some were just named it Teams 1&2 but never really talked about .

    1. Yeah, there have been quite a few, especially from team one, that haven’t been heard from since book one. Looking forward to getting to know some of them better.

  4. Hi,
    Great list. It is awesome that you take time to do this. Thanks. As it happens we at goodreads have two list’s of our own in the CF group. It is wonderful to check data by comparing list’s. You know there is a wiki page on this topic too. If you ever have the time please check it out and edit.Grins. I can’t wait to see the list’s in the future.

    1. Yep, this one is Sam and Thorne’s. I was surprised it wasn’t Javier and Rhianna, but I am happy either way.

    2. Thorne’s name appeared in two books. saber mentioned stopping her heart, and rose mentioned that bringing thorne back was the first time she used her gift (relating thorne back to being one of the original girls).

      1. Yep, Thorn was mentioned twice in previous books. First in Saber’s and Jesse’s story, and then again in Rose and Kane’s, I believe.

  5. I thought thorne and winter (saber) were original girls as well. Making it 14 originals. I am guessing there are more original girls. Also Tom shark Delaney is a part of team one now as of the last book.

    Also did rose take down one of the gang girls in the shoe store.

    1. I don’t think Thorn and Saber were original, but then things change pretty quickly in Christine Feehan’s books. I will maybe drop a line to CF and see if there were 12 or 14. I was wondering if Tom Delaney only did a mission with team one, or is a full member now. I know he went on the bar mission, but then he was never heard from again. Makes me wonder.

      1. There was a mention in street game that whiteny prob has more orphans so maybe he brought over two groups and interchanged them. who knows!!! But Rose and Saber are diff connected to Thorn by her heart. Cant wait for the next book I have read all of them twice and some 4 or 5 times and everytime i read them I find another connection that i didnt see before. Like Brian missing a woman in street Game which i am assuming is Pasty, Calhouns sister.

      2. Yep, you are right, I think it is definitely Patsy. And she lives in the mountain compound now, so I do hope there is a chance they can get their story. I know what you mean – I find a ton of stuff that I either didn’t catch or forgot the first time around when I do the re-read for the guides. I think I like them more the second time around, too.

  6. The first mention that I recall of Thorn is in Predatory Game. Saber was forced by Whitney to use here galant on Thorn when Thorn was just a toddler.

      1. Predatory game was the first mention of Thorn and Rose mentions she used her healing power on her when they were kids in Ruthless game when she is explaining her power to Paul page 236 (making thorn there with the originals). So thorn is an original girl. Also Ruthless game page 343 Rose takes imelda down not rhianna.

      2. Hm, the thing is that Rose was taken from the original girls very early on (they only remembered her laughter) and placed in the other facility, and I thought that the second facility was where Saber and Rose met Thorn. I think, but could be wrong.

      3. PS I would love a book where the women got together and went bad azz on Peter and the men are frustrated about it. lol

      4. I would love to see all the gals get back together, and maybe do a rescue of Cami and the other girls on the run.

      5. PSS also when reading ruthless game it is the first mention of wyat fontonte (gator’s brother being a ghost walker) he clearly was not one in night game. although they mentioned he had powers when he came in on flame and gator at nonie’s house. So when did he get on team 4? We know from street game team 4 is established bc jamie mentions that one of thier team members keeps getting hurt since he helped Kane report Peter’s breeding program. At first I thought team 4 could have been the team Kadan mentioned he was putting together in murder game and I guess it still could be since murder game came before street game. This would give an explination for wyat and the notorious itlallian Joe spangla also from team 4 (since the team Kadan was forming was from people around the world (first chapter of Murder game))

      6. I wondered about that, too. The only way Wyatt could have been a Ghostwalker during Nightgame was if he was a shielder like Kadan, and kept his guard up around Gator. He would have known what Gator and Ian were, but they might not have been able to recognize him.

    1. God, I am with you. With so many stories yet to tell, the long wait times are a killer. If she keeps to her rotation, it would mean that the next Ghostwalker would be early 2015.

  7. On Christine’s website, she mentioned the next Ghostwalker book is titled “Viper Game”. She hasn’t revealed the name of the hero but says ” he’s a bayou boy and you know what they’re like, independent, charming and very naughty”. Sounds like Wyatt F. to me.

    1. That’s great…thanks for letting me know! Love me the Ghostbusters, and can’t wait for the next one. And Wyatt will introduce us to the mysterious team four, too.

  8. Ok. Works. I was going to map one out for myself glad to find this from ChristineFeehan.com I think the description of Tom Delaney is rather harsh. Really did not capture the fact that he is a tortured soul from what he was forced to do.

    1. Glad you can use this. I can change up that Tom Delaney section for you, if you would like? What would you like it to say?

  9. This was a great find and a treat! I wasn’t going to start another series, yet I found myself at a bookstore and bought the whole set of 10…just finished the last one today! Remembering all the teams and members was almost impossible… Thanks to the info above, I have a better working knowledge for future books. I have to say…there are a lot of DEAD people…LOL

    1. Thanks, Paige…definitely difficult to keep the teams straight. Can’t wait to get my hands on Viper Game, so we can find out more about team four, too.

  10. WOW! You have no idea how many times I have wished lists like you have complied here. Thank you very much. My ‘memory’ is challenging itself on a daily basis. Example: I was on the phone with my Mom. Ended the conversation. Handset could not be found hours later. Used handset locater. Could hear it beeping, but as I searched for it the beeping kept fading in and out. Spent several minutes walking around the house. Finally found it in the Refrigerator. So now every time I start reading another book I do so with spiral notebook and a pen in hand.

    1. Heh…I so have those days. I thought I threw my i-pad out when I was on a mad cleaning rampage, but I found it later at the bottom of my underwear drawer. Not. A. Clue. Anyways, thanks! If you are a multi-series fan, there are a few other guides to check out, too.

  11. this is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO helpful. I’m rereading the series, and I keep jumping to this to refer back to who certain people are! love it! are you going to update it with information from Viper Game? please, oh please do lol

    1. Hey Megs…thanks. Yep, I will be updating with the Viper Game info, but I have like 15 others to do, too. It is on the list, though.

  12. In the information above it says that Ken Norton has twin boys, where did you get that information? I don’t remember Mari even being pregnant, nor can I find it in the book. Thanks

    1. It is Samurai Game where it is said that Mari is pregnant…”Mari, Ken’s wife, is pregnant. She’s having complications and I’ve put her on bed rest. She’s definitely carrying twins, which doesn’t surprise me. Her husband is a twin and they come from a long line of twins. She’s a twin as well. They’re keeping the pregnancy under wraps. They don’t need the added stress on her of Whitney trying to acquire her while she’s pregnant. She can’t fight. She shouldn’t get up at all, not if she wants to carry, so if there’s an attack on the compound, she’d be in real trouble.” I can’t remember if it was later in the same book where it was said she had the boys or in the next one, though.

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