Book List in Order:18 titles

  • 'Death is commonplace here, Inspector Bowman.'When a man is found hanged in the woods around the village of Larton, a troubled Inspector Bowman is despatched to investigate, only to discover that this is the latest in a series of supposed suicides.He...


  • A child/teenage comedy about two warring neighbours from hell, set in the backdrop of an ice-skating school. Two neighbouring families, the Fox's and the Weasel's hate each other. They hate each other so much they: - set traps - ruin parties - p...


  • 'Are there devils here?'Considered a loose cannon, Detective Inspector George Bowman of Scotland Yard is despatched to London's docks where he can do no harm. When an explosion rips through the wharves, however, he's soon pitched into a world of intr...


  • 'Who would send a madman to solve a murder?'Just released from a Lunatic Asylum, Inspector George Bowman is in no shape to lead an investigation, but the discovery of a severed head in the frozen waters of the River Thames sees him bac...


  • After death technology has allowed moderately rich humans that have a full spine and brain to be transported into a cybernetic body that looks exactly like their human body, making death seem almost obsolete. Some choose through strict privacy to cho...


  • A crime thriller based in Western Swedish written by an English author with a passion for nordic-noir. The story...How far will a sect go to hide the truth…? A man crawls out of a drainage pipe alone and desperate in the middle of a forest fleein...


  • Bathtime at La Chapel Blanche tells the interlinked tales of seven individuals trapped in one way or another inside a Japanese love hotel. From the receptionist waiting for the mysterious customer who appears every full moon and stays alone in the sa...


  • Winner of the Best of Issue in Neonbeam magazine #4, this short tale of a Japanese woman caught up in a web of reluctant assassins is now available to download.Asami's job is simple: meet a contact at an agreed time and place then hand over a murder ...


  • “Electric blaze, Akihabara night. The rain doesn’t fall, it buzzes in the air like static on a broken television. Puddles slashed with neon, illuminated advertising trucks blaring songs and voices. The crowds slosh by, PVC umbrellas up. From abov...






  • RICHARD JAMES' HUNTING AMERICA OUR GANG PUBLISHING RELEASES HIS NEW BOOK Tucson, Arizona -September 25, 2013 - Bounty Hunting! What it really is, how it got started, and with a more modem view that applies today. What is currently...


  • This is the perfect introduction to chess for children from the age of seven upwards. The book contains 30 short lessons, starting with learning about the board and the pieces, then the moves of each piece in turn, then the vital concepts of check, c...


  • Suppose there were people who lived on a snowflake? News flash--there ARE people living on a snowflake falling from the sky. Being so small, their lives pass by in an instant from our point of view. From theirs, the world is practically motionless. I...


  • Strange, invisible creatures wage wars and create substances which control everything we see and do. Only a chosen few maintain order among these violent forces and the evil which seeks to destroy humanity. Unseen for centuries, these invisible creat...


  • The Battle Continues! This is a struggle that has been waged since the beginning of time. Now it is your turn to defend the world against evil molecules and elements. The third book in the Adventures of the Elements book series forces Catherine and h...


  • The second book in the Adventures of the Elements series continues the five brothers and sisters adventures with the element guardians. The battle continues! Crossing the foreboding Valley of Forlorn Isotopes, Catherine and her brothers aid the eleme...



  • The momentous events sweeping the Arab world since late 2010 raise important questions about the art and science of analyzing political and societal events. In an age of information surplus, which creates the illusion that one can easily know what is...


  • In part, Red is a literary thriller in the European tradition, focusing on mysterious art collectors and the curious machinations of Dr. Mabuse (who may or may not be the devil). But as it moves cinematically from the English Civil War to the Mexican...