• Fiction
      September 2018

      The Last Hit

      by John Morritt

      John Stone, former army sniper, mercenary turned hitman, is sick of killing. When contracted by a shadowy government figure to take down an ex-member of parliament, testifying in an arms scandal that would embarrass the government, Stone decides it wou

    • Fiction
      June 2019

      CHOPPED

      by Bip Wetherell

      A mysterious saboteur. A lethal helicopter accident. A psychotic terrorist. What should be a routine examination for CAA inspector Steve Allen quickly spirals into a whirlpool of violence, sex, lies and intrigue. While rubbing shoulders with the privil

    • Fiction
      June 2016

      I'm a Southall Girl

      by Shaida Mehrban

      "I’m a Southall Girl" is the story of an Indian immigrant family, who arrived in Heathrow, London seeking a new life and a fresh start on Beachcroft Avenue, Southall. These aspirations are common among immigrants but the tragedy that the Nath fam

    • Fiction
      July 2019

      Misconception

      by L. J. Greatrex

      Following an unlikely alliance between our three Hackers - Bill Pascal, Paul Max and Jimmy Giddion - Chen Yong (Wang) is drawn into joining Executive Helicopters. Due to his restless nature, following a witness protection program having encountered the

    • Fiction
      October 2019

      Perfection Comes at a Price

      by Ulla Beattie

      Eric has a miserable childhood in a violent, drunken family in a tough London housing estate. He compensates by looking for perfection. For him, this means worldly success in a diplomatic career as far away from his childhood as possible. His single-mi

    • Fiction
      May 2019

      The Final Crossing: A Peregrine Sebastopol Mystery

      by Marc Everitt

      The year is 1881 and the SS Atlantica heads for New York City with first-class passengers expecting the very best of everything, but never expecting murder. Amongst them, quite by chance, is the finest amateur detective in the British Empire. When Lord

    • Fiction
      February 2019

      Dark Forces

      by L. J. Greatrex

      Jimmy Giddion, having been granted a Directorship of Executive Helicopters alongside Paul Max and Bill Pascal completing our trio of computer hackers, is drawn into a myriad of wars in the jungles of Africa. Narrowly avoiding a near-death experience du

    • Fiction
      October 2019

      Lost Testament

      by John Owens

      While travelling in central Turkey, Joe Grafton stumbles upon some ancient scrolls that contain a secret so devastating it could shake the foundations of the modern world. Soon he and the beautiful Turkish girl he has befriended are fighting for their

    • Fiction
      January 2019

      There Is No Here

      by Jeremy Orlando

      ‘I’m not real, I’m not even a ghost.’Arthur Craven isn’t the most likeable individual, even Arthur would admit to that. But Arthur Craven has more pressing issues at hand, forget the phantasm that is his ex-wife, forget th

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