Eddie G. must discover why someone wants to kill him. His friends Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland are concerned for him, too.
After Dean Martin saves Eddie G. from being hit by a car, Eddie buddy arrives from Brooklyn with the news: somebody's put an open contract out on him. As anybody can cash it in, pros and amateurs alike are coming out of the woodwork to have a shot. So when Eddie is asked by Frank Sinatra to go to LA to help his friend, Judy Garland, with a problem she's having, Eddie and Jerry seize the opportunity; unfortunately the contract follows Eddie there . . .
Crime fiction has just got much, much too real for comfort...
Ray Cragg is one of the country's biggest gangsters, dealing in drugs, prostitution and illegal immigrants. The cops are desperate to nail him. When Marty, Cragg's brother and side-kick, ends up with his face blown off having been sent by Cragg to "whack" one of Cragg's henchman, DI Henry Christie gets sucked in to the world of ultra-organized crime which knows no boundaries...
Carl Burns returns to his hometown to uncover a viper's nest of corruption and dark secrets in this tense and twisting novel of suspense: first in a brand-new series.
After ten years' absence, Carl Burns has returned to his hometown to support his estranged daughter Kate, who is currently testifying in a rape case. Carl is determined to get justice for Kate, whatever it takes. But with few allies, he finds himself incurring the wrath of powerful enemies as he attempts to uncover the truth.
The gripping mystery following City of Dreadful Night.
A man impaled on the South Downs. Another skinned alive. A skeleton found beneath the West Pier, its feet encased in concrete. Brighton has been invaded. But this is no mere power struggle between rival mobsters; the motives for the killings stretch back through the decades, to an explosive forty-year-old secret Brighton's crime king John Hathaway would rather forget. But someone else remembers, and that someone has decided that revenge is a dish best served cold . . .
Private investigator David Spandau discovers there's a dark side to the Hollywood dream in this absorbing thriller.
Hollywood producer Frank Jurado has hired former stuntman-turned-private investigator David Spandau to discover who's behind a sinister smear campaign against maverick film director Jerry Margashack. As he unearths some deeply disturbing aspects of Margashack's past, Spandau finds himself attracting some extremely unwelcome attention.
Detective Inspector Henry Christie has been suspended from duty.
Henry's spending quality time with his family, but at heart he's bored. So when the attractive and wealthy mother of one of his daughter's horse-riding friends asks him to investigate the bizarre mutilation of some of the family's bloodstock, Christie agrees. As Henry starts to ask some probing questions he finds himself caught up in a web of corruption and intrigue much wider and more complex than anything he had envisaged...
A DCI Henry Christie Mystery.
Willing to do almost anything to escape his desk job, DCI Henry Christie leaps at the chance to go working undercover again. His task, to ingratiate himself with one Ryan Ingram, one of London's top criminals, who has relocated to the north of England. But the last thing Henry needs in this dangerous situation is the appearance of a man bearing a fatal grudge that will jeopardize not only himself, but also his family . . .
A mystery from the author of Bodies in Winter.
NYPD detective Harry Corbin hasn't been allowed to work on a homicide case for almost a year following his unearthing of corruption amongst his colleagues and superiors. So when a young woman's body is found dumped and mutilated on a sweltering New York morning, Corbin jumps at the chance to redeem his career and solve the case - and finds himself on a journey into the dark and secretive world of illegal immigrants, where humans are exploited and life is cheap...
First gripping mystery in the Brighton Trilogy.
July 1934. A woman's torso is found in a trunk at Brighton railway station's left luggage office. Her identity is never established, her killer never caught. But someone is keeping a diary. July 2009. Ambitious radio journalist Kate Simpson hopes to solve the notorious Brighton Trunk Murder, and she enlists the help of ex-Chief Constable Robert Watts, whose role in the recent botched armed-police operation in Milldean, Brighton's notorious no-go area, cost him his job. But it's only a matter of time before past and present collide...
A nail-biting thriller from a critically acclaimed and award-winning author.
When White returns to his native Los Angeles to attend the funeral of his old friend R.J. Burrow, who has been brutally murdered, a terrible secret threatens to reveal itself. Twenty-six years earlier, Handy, R.J. and Neal Holden pulled a heist that went horrible awry, and Handys been waiting for it to come back and haunt them ever since. Was the murder linked to the past? Handy knows he cant leave until he finds out for sure . . .