Four months after Mac sorted out the biggest bank job in his small Australian coastal town’s history, things start to unravel.
An unexpected meeting on a hot summer’s day triggers a series of events that force Mac to choose between saving his own skin, or risking it for an innocent caught in the crossfire.
The paint hasn’t dried on the door to Sligo’s detective agency, and he’s contemplating closing shop. When Rudy Cohan offers him a cash-filled envelope in Baltimore’s Penn Station, he crosses his fingers and hopes for the best. Is Rainy Dawn cheating on her producer boyfriend? Where does she get her extra spending money? Soon, a mob hit points the finger at right bat at Sligo ...
When Sydney aristocrat Ms Daphne Hartley loses her prized pet macaw she’s confident of foul play and forces a reluctant Jerome Cardinal to take the case. Hoping for a simple case of a pet that has flown the coop, Cardinal realises that a bird in the hand is probably worse than any in the bush, as the search of the macaw heats up and rapidly descends into a dangerous
Abe Sulfaro was wise and worrisome from birth, seeing humanity and life through an artist's lens, one who was drawn to the gritty underbelly of his beloved city, the infamous Detroit. His affinity with the Goth (Emo)subculture is stamped indelibly into this novel which has left readers considering whether the happenings actually occurred or to what extent Abe fictionalized them. Gothic Fiction.
Crossfire is a full throttle, two fisted crime story that could take place in any town along Highway 99. Guns, whiskey, rouge government agents and a small town detective don’t mix well in this short crime novella from Christopher Davis and 10th Rule Books.
Private eye and mobster's moll Jacqueline Spadros, hired by a jewel merchant styling herself "The Queen of Diamonds", finds herself caught up in a web of lies and blackmail. She must dodge the police and her mortal enemy as she unravels the connection between this woman, the partially unsolved case of a kidnapped child, her friend's blackmailer, and the person who threatens her mother's life.
Diminutive tough-talking ex-narco cop Stacia Black has discovered the key to escaping the violence and poverty ridden streets of Chicago.
Nick Miller runs a smoky bar in Sydney’s Kings Cross. He’s content with his life until Stacia appears and starts asking questions.
With his loyalties divided between his underworld acquaintances and his desire for something better, he steps off the edge.
In 1987, Kristina Bonner was the All-American girl—beautiful, smart, athletic and wealthy. On the night of her senior prom, she disappeared. Almost thirty years later, Sandeen decides to look into the matter, and learns that small towns don't want their secrets known.