A series of horrifying, unexplainable deaths. A race against time to stop an all-powerful madman. And the only person who can stop it all is battling his own demons.
Newcastle, England. People are bursting into flames without warning or explanation. When the local police seek an expert in spontaneous human combustion, there is only one man to call: ex-firefighter Ian Fenwick, a man with a past as dark as his future.
Fenwick finds himself thrust into his most deadly investigation yet, pitching him against a crazed killer and mysterious entities known only as The Visitors.
Can Fenwick stop them before they make the whole world burn?
Point of Contact is the latest thriller from Richard Ayre, described as “A rip-roaring read, full of action and horror.”
‘A first-rate tale, with all the authority of first-hand experience.’ – Luke Jennings, author of the ‘Killing Eve’ series
February 1981. The Cold War is in full swing. Richard Brodick decides to follow in his father’s footsteps and seeks an exciting role in what used to be called the Great Game, only to find that it turns out to be less of an adventure and more brutal betrayal.
What he had thought would be an adventure spying on the Soviets and their Afghan communist allies turns sour when he’s ordered to kill his best friend. Will he betray his country or his friend? Which side will he choose?
“The mystery is why there aren’t more books as good as this. The answer is very few of us have been to places as dark as… John Fullerton has.” Martin Cruz Smith (The Monkey House)
Rumour has it that Becton Manor is haunted. But that’s all just local gossip. Or is it?
The Curse of Becton Manor is a gripping tale of betrayal through the ages, and how the ghosts of English past still haunt all the way to the present day.
‘A thrilling page-turner with characters that come to life, full of fascinating historical details’
– Anne Grange, author of Distortion
‘Really enjoyed this debut novel. Couldn’t be more perfect for me, Tudors and spooky!’ – Elge, Amazon
‘I picked up The Curse of Beckton Manor on a Tuesday lunchtime and finished reading it the following morning before 11.00am. I was totally consumed by it and only stopped for sleep and an evening meal. I found it a compulsive read, totally absorbing and therefore highly recommended.’ – Colin Clarke
The Curse of Becton Manor is out now in all good book stores.
Blue Bird is the debut novel from Trish Finnegan, a police thriller with a twist. A story of dark secrets, and innocence lost.
“A visceral and compelling debut… ‘Life On Mars’ with a scouse accent.” – Neil Lancaster, author of the best-selling Tom Novak series.
“Fans of historical crime fiction won’t want to miss Trish Finnegan’s debut – Blue Bird! A compelling and complex mix of suspense will keep you turning the pages! Gritty, insightful and addictive – recommended!” – Noelle Holton, award-winning blogger and author.
Going Rogue is the follow-up to the hugely successful thriller, Going Dark: the book that introduced Tom Novak as the hero who, in the words of best-selling author Tony Parsons, “makes Jason Bourne look like a vegan Pilates teacher”.
When everything and everyone – friend and foe – is working against you, where will you turn?
Going Dark is the debut crime thriller from former covert specialist Detective Sergeant Neil Lancaster, and the first in the Tom Novak series. If you enjoy gritty suspense, thrilling action and flawed heroes battling against the odds, then you’ll love Going Dark.
“A tense, edgy, debut that captures the mind and captivates the reader.” – Ian Patrick, author of the Sam Batford series.
“A genuine gripping page-turner from a new author with real insider knowledge. Tom Novak is a flawed but fascinating lead character, and the pace and tension are relentless.” – Alex Waters, author of the DI Alec McKay series.
“If you enjoyed my Manhunt look out for this. A novel written by a bloke who actually worked on my investigation.” – Colin Sutton, author of Manhunt – How I Brought Serial Killer Levi Bellfield To Justice.
The Aether always held the universe together… but in the nineteenth century, it just might tear it apart.
Dickens’ London has never seemed so terrifying.
The Infernal Aether is the first book in a gothic fantasy series which has been described as “fantasy at its best”, “epic” and“no-holds-barred”. If you like page turners with unpredictable twists and chills then you’ll love Peter Oxley’s The Infernal Aether.
Pick up The Infernal Aether and start exploring this exciting new realm today.
A Christmas Aether – Three brand new short stories from the universe of the highly-rated gothic fantasy: The Infernal Aether. “With the end of the terror of The Infernal Aether, surely humanity is safe at last?”