Mike Gleeson


I'm a 58-year-old hospital cleaner educated at grammar school,though the only books I bothered to read were the novels,and only the interesting ones at that.That's why I'm still a hospital cleaner.It's a good job because I can hoover the floors and clean the loos on auto-pilot and write stuff in my head.I wonder how many other people do that?The Len Kerrick Story is my first novel,Under the name of Mike Gleeson(68,087 words)


Autumn Past for Len Kerrick
Price: Free! Words: 41,990. Language: American English. Published: January 23, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Fifty years on, Kerrick is eighty-three and all his old enemies are still out to get him, dragging their colostomy bags. He's protected by unseen forces, but that protection goes awry after a shoot-out, and things get further complicated when he finds himself in need of hospital treatment. Many complex set-ups, plenty of lowlifes shot dead.
Len Kerrick--Second Time Loser
Price: Free! Words: 50,580. Language: American English. Published: January 16, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
To get into the lawnmower business, Kerrick has to raise a corpse from the dead to get the boss out of jail. Then all his enemies come back from the dead and he finds himself in concrete socks again. Many intrigues and double set-ups, more lowlifes shot dead.
The Len Kerrick Story
Price: Free! Words: 75,000. Language: American English. Published: July 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
len kerrick gets set up to set up a gangster and then has to set up the same guy again.

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1930s    bl    co    detective    dry humour    gangster    late eighties    moderate sex    morbid    pulp    spoof    us   

Smashwords book reviews by Mike Gleeson

  • Oasis on April 04, 2015

    Oasis has a cheerful, feel-good quality, which is good for a story that's basically morbid. Quite a page-turner. The characters weren't described in sufficient detail for my liking, but describing them in more detail would have slowed down the tempo as the story is fast-moving. The characters still come alive enough in spite of that. My favourite one is Samson and it's a shame the zombies seem to have got him, but I haven't read the sequel yet--maybe there's some hope for him. Another thing I liked--there were no F-words or C-words and no explicit sex. A breath of fresh air these days. Would appreciate a return read for my first novel. Mike Gleeson, author of The Len Kerrick Story.