Laughing Boy by M B Blissett

LAUGHING BOY M B BLISSETT Love is forever. TOMMY MARTIN is a single father to PENNY, since the death of his wife Sophie. When he finds happiness again with an enigmatic artist, Tommy finds himself facing supernatural forces intent on harming everyone closest to him. He must face the darkest days of his past inContinue reading “Laughing Boy by M B Blissett”

ON – Episode 10

The second team had to take a detour to meet up with the courier, who handed them the keys to a pair of utility vehicles loaded with equipment, in addition to the small arms and limited surveillance equipment they had taken out to follow the plane from Washington. They drove in a single column atContinue reading “ON – Episode 10”

Samaritan

1. I wondered how long I could stand out here, waiting for another ride. I gazed up at the sky, white flocks of snow against a pitiless black sky. The snow teemed in my hair and I wrapped the threadbare cardigan around my shoulders. If Josh had kept his hands to himself, she could haveContinue reading “Samaritan”

Jack of Spades by Joyce Carol Oates

Synopsis: Andrew J. Rush has achieved the kind of critical and commercial success most authors only dream about: He has a top agent and publisher in New York, and his twenty-eight mystery novels have sold millions of copies. Only Stephen King, one of the few mystery writers whose fame exceeds his own, is capable ofContinue reading “Jack of Spades by Joyce Carol Oates”

Mudwoman by Joyce Carol Oates

I have not been disturbed so thoroughly as by this book. A little girl thrown to the mud and left to die by a disturbed mother and an insecure, passionate university president facing a professional crisis on a university campus. ┬áThe two events are connected and it is as they converge that we descend intoContinue reading “Mudwoman by Joyce Carol Oates”

Gun Machine by Warren Ellis

I’m a massive fan of Ellis, I’ve met him and been a follower of his comic books and online work. That he’s written two books is a joy and inspiration to me. I finished Gun Machine in a day and a half. It’s a terse informative thriller that’s awash with interesting ideas and scenes ofContinue reading “Gun Machine by Warren Ellis”

Cold Hands John J Niven

John Niven has written acerbic funny and acutely observed books about the music industry, amateur golf and the return of Jesus on a reality talent show. He’s a cynical bugger with a heart of gold and a twinkle in his eye, with a grasp of swearing that’s grand and delightful on his Twitter feed. JohnContinue reading “Cold Hands John J Niven”