Haunting, perplexing Figures trouble an unnamed man, pulling at him with their eerie, magnetic presence. The exact nature and purpose of the Figures is unclear, but they have an insatiable desire to possess the man and direct him towards ever more secluded regions, until an agreement is made to borrow him ... but to what ends and where and to whom will it lead?
A strange visitor arrives rather unexpectedly at Mr Burly’s residence.
Who could this visitor be, and what is his real purpose?
Although Burly was anticipating a visit of some kind, the appearance of the visitor does nothing to assuage his apprehensions and doubts. Something about the visitor always seems to be lacking, or missing – something concerning his identity or authority.
Who's the target?
Jack is a highly skilled operative with morals, hard to find in 2032 but when he takes on a contract with an unknown target, from a new client, things go wrong.
Bangkok is no place to be, especially when you’re trying to save the person you were paid to kill. Thankfully Jack is one of the fastest in the business but is he fast enough?
In 2032 business is hard, companies employ a range of legal and illegal means to keep on top. Ex-military, well trained and comfortable with killing, Billy Bob is the owner of Overt Security. Overt Security makes equipment for use by the world’s military elite and business is tough.
A meeting with Miles Priest leads to the slow but inevitable unravelling of George Atherfield on a professional, ethical and spiritual level.
The security of Atherfield’s professional wisdom seems to offer no solace for his increasingly hypersensitive conscience, as he presses on with blind resolve in his pursuit of the sacred formula. What is the formula...
Interesting choice of 60 greatest quotes - I think I would include one or maybe two of R W Taylor's in my 60 greatest - but then, I would expect nothing different - the quotes we love say more about ourselves than perhaps a prudent man would dare to venture... and you can quote me on that.