Pandora's Gift

Pandora Series - Book Three

Carolyn Mathews

Small Change

A Casebook of Scherer and Miller, Investigators of the Paranormal and Supermundane

Andrez Bergen

Fragile Brilliance

A Ronan McCullough Novel

Eliot Parker

Invisible Wounds

Dustin Beutin


John C. Robinson

Headline Murder

A Crampton of the Chronicle mystery

Peter Bartram

Coward, The

Conscience on trial

Tom Wall

Snake and the Condor, The

Robert Southam

Ebooks on offer in November Nov 17 2015

During November, these fantastic titles are on offer over at Amazon as ebooks. Torn Clouds, by Judy Hall. Drawing on thirty years experience as a regression therapist and her own memories and ex...

New for November - Invisible Wounds Nov 15 2015

Invisible Wounds releases on the 27th November, but you can order your copy in advance. In May, 2010, Special Agent Morgan Huntley learns that a close colleague has been abducted while investigatin...

The Emancipation of B Nov 11 2015

The Emancipation of B by Jennifer Kavanagh (Roundfire Books) But it must not be sought for or - heaven forbid!  - dug for.  No, no dredging of the sea bottom here.  That would defeat one's purpo...

New for November - Fragile Brilliance Nov 9 2015

Fragile Brilliance releases on the 27th November, but you can order your cope of the book in advance. When off-duty Charleston police sergeant Ronan McCullough responds to the assault of a college ...

The mystery of the single red sock Nov 5 2015

For the fifth of November, a Guy Fawkes themed short story by Peter Bartram. This is a Crampton of the Chronicle short story, for all you fans of Headline Murder...   When you’re a crime...

On offer in October Oct 9 2015

During October 2015 you can pick up these three great titles as ebooks for only 0.99! Gag: One rainy afternoon in a Brooklyn diner, Peter Howland punctures an egg with his fork. Undercooked, the eg...

Why do I write? Oct 3 2015

By Jennifer Kavanagh Why do I write? Because I can do no other. I usually say that I only started writing 13 years ago - when I wrote my first book. But that's not strictly true. Like many ot...