John Coal is the town oddball. Old, crotchety, pungent and solitary, he lives in a scary old house that is almost as rundown as he and sees out his days shuffling around the streets harvesting his... More > neighbours’ skips for scrap.
The local kids take great delight in plaguing him morning, noon and night but they’ve chosen the wrong old coot to mess with, because John Coal is no ordinary man. He knows where the bodies are buried. He’s been to the outer limits. He is a keeper of dark secrets. Murder, monsters, demons and bi-polar vampires: he has seen them all and lived to tell the tale.
Now he must dig into the deepest recesses of his past and use these terrible experiences to convince his tormentors he’s not just an old man to be messed with.
He is John Coal – the Monster Man of Horror House.
From the best-selling author of The Burglar Diaries and the award-winning movie, Wild Bill.< Less
The world has been taken over by zombies. Small pockets of humanity remain. Cities lay in ruins.
But none of this can stop Jake Trundle from solving the biggest case of his career because Jake... More > Trundle is also a zombie. And somewhere deep within the recesses of his long dead brain flicker the embers of the last case he was working before the world turned to hell. And now he is compelled to solve it for all eternity, or at least until New Orleans falls down around his ears.
He doesn’t know how, he doesn’t know why and he doesn’t know much of anything when the smell of fresh meat is on the wind. But he’s going to solve this case anyway. Even if it kills him all over again.
Jake Trundle is a zombie. But he was a detective first. And nothing can take that away from him.
Not even death.
From the award-winning author of The Burglar Diaries, The Henchmen's Book Club and the critically acclaimed movie, Wild Bill.< Less
Godfrey Bishop lands the “best job in the world” on a top shelf magazine but soon discovers that reality and fantasy don’t make for good bed fellows.
Based on his own best-selling... More > novel of the same name, Danny King takes the audience on a journey through the highs and lows, ups and downs and ins and outs of the adult industry in a riotous one-man review.
“Maintains the pace and energy of the book – a difficult trick to pull off... pardon me” – The Stage
“Watching a woman in the audience who looked like Mary Whitehouse chortle along to every cock, tit and fanny joke was worth the admission price alone” – Broadway Baby< Less
Mark Jones is a henchman for hire. He guards bunkers, patrols perimeters and stands around in a boiler suit waiting to get knocked out by Ninjas. This is his job.
He has worked for some of the most... More > notorious super villains the world has ever known – Doctor Thalassocrat, Victor Soliman, Polonius Crump; Mark was with each of them when they met their makers at the hands of British Secret Service super-spy, Jack Tempest, and lived to tell the tale – if not pay the bills.
Still for every hour under gunfire there are weeks and months of sitting around on monorails so Jones starts a book club with his fellow henchmen.
It was only meant to pass the time.
It was never meant to save the world.
From the bestselling author of The Burglar Diaries and the movie Wild Bill.< Less