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My Life of Crime By Marsha Hosner
eBook (PDF): $10.00
The humorous life of Ginger - growing up between two sisters - and the constant police connection. A fictional account drawn from many comical, but true, instances that occurred in the author's life... More > - greatly enhanced with fiction!< Less
Meadowhell Part 1 By Craig Daley
eBook (PDF): $2.13
Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping Part One is a 35 page full colour comic and the first title in a Surreal Murder Mystery Series by CDComics. The story contains all the clues to solve the... More > crime, so why not test your knowledge of the occult and solve the murders before the police. The solution and the identity of the killer is revealed in the second issue, also available on Lulu. The story starts after what remains of three murder victims are found in a soon to be opened shopping mall and D.C.I Bramley of the London Metropolitan Police is called in due to his unique and previous experience with bizarre and surreal murders. Warning: This comic will change the way you shop forever.< Less
Meadowhell Part 2 By Craig Daley
eBook (PDF): $2.12
Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping, is a surreal whodunit narrative in two parts and contains all the clues to solve the crime and identify the murderer. So why not test your investigative... More > skills and try to solve the murders by looking for clues as the police search the crime scene, interview suspects, gather the forensic evidence and talk to experts in various fields. This is a surreal narrative and your knowledge of the occult and paranormal as well as your powers of observation and deduction will be pushed to their limits. WARNING: This comic could change the way you shop forever.< Less
The Man Who was Thursday By G. K. Chesterton
eBook (PDF): $1.99
A small, well-cut literary gem -- a tour de force (no pun, of course) involving a non-secret terrorist organization, guns, bombs, swords, chase scenes by carriage and balloon, two poets, six... More > ambiguous spy-types, and the supremely scary "Mister 7." Good fun and more -- good literature! This is an Easy-Read Large Print Ebook. Read it easily even if you have low vision -- partial sight -- or if your sight is "normal" but you hate to squint at tiny text on your computer screen. If you know Father Brown (with Flambeau etc.) or Horne Fisher (who knew too much) or the paradoxical Mr. Pond, you'll not be surprised that this whimsical detective-police-anarchist adventure story is a model in its literary genre. But only as the plot and mood of the chase keep subtly shifting -- more comic and more cosmical -- do we finally realize that Chesterton has shot out from the fire of his wit a bold answer to the ultimate "Who done it?"< Less
Spring Heeled Jack Part 2 By Craig Daley
eBook (PDF): $2.13
Spring Heeled Jack: From the Tunnels of Hell, Part Two is full colour comic, with the Conclusion of CDComics second Surreal Murder Mystery. Much has been written about the playful demon that... More > terrorised Victorian England, but when and where did it first appear? What is truth and what is fiction? This story reveals the truth for the first time. So why not test your investigative skills and try to solve the mystery by looking for clues as the police search the crime scene and one man tries to solve a family curse. The story crosses the centuries, 1773, 1873, 1973, 2011 over five days starting on Halloween and ending when Jack disappears for another hundred years, but why is he back in 2011? Enjoy read and please do have nightmares< Less
Football Crazy Part 2 By Craig Daley
eBook (PDF): $2.12
Part Two of Football Crazy: The Theatre of Nightmares on the Road to Insanity is a 32 page full colour comic and is the third in the Surreal Murder Mystery Series from CDComics. The story continues... More > as Sheffield United progress through the rounds of the FA Cup, playing Liverpool, Arsenal and Wolves, but their players continued to be murdered. The police investigation led by DCI Charlton and her team that includes DS Ball and Ramsey This is macabre horror so be prepared for the shocking outcome that ends the police investigation into this case and reveals the killer and more importantly the reason for the murders. US Reviewer Omnicomics said, The way the story unfolds makes it difficult to predict. It's not one where halfway through you know who did it, why they did it and how. It's only at the end that everything comes together and Daley even uses character expository for the purpose of tying it all up in a neat little package. Have a fun read and please do have nightmares< Less
Three Bags Full By Jim Larkin
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Detective Chief Inspector Joe Delaney is a tough, hard drinking, Liverpool cop. Unfortunately, his alcohol abuse and obsession with his work has resulted in three failed marriages and six children.... More > He is a man of strong moral character who believes strongly in the law and justice, but has a tendency to bend the rules if he thinks the punishment doesn’t fit the crime. He is hot tempered, awkward, and forgetful, yet, his inadequacies seem to bring out a comical and caring eccentricity to his character. After a mutilated body is found in a derelict warehouse on Liverpool’s dockland, his tough persona is brought to the test. The discovery of the corpse leads Joe into a tangled web of murder, deceit and intrigue as a spate of gruesome ‘nursery rhyme’ murders begin to occur.< Less
Wilberforce By Terry Hooper-Scharf
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Wilberforce—a Sergeant on the Metropolitan Police Detective Force. But Wilberforce was no common “Jack” (police officer). Even before working with the famous Chung Ling Soo (The... More > Case Of The Thames Serpent), Wilberforce had “tasted the chin strap” on many tough cases –even a stint in the Army saw him used because of his detective skills. Here, Ben R. Dilworth, gives us a sneak peek into Wilberforce’s Case Notes for 1896. “A Jack’s lot is not a happy one” and Wilberforce was not just dealing with the ordinary criminals such as the nobblers, rampsmen, smashers, mobsmen, snoozers and skinners…. ...there were the spectres, the satanic followers, vampires and other monsters —things the ordinary copper never usually encountered and often scoffed at the stories of. Wilberforce knew better.< Less
City Boy By Mark Pritchard
eBook (PDF): $6.25
A fast paced comic novel set in the present day City of London Will's purpose in life is the pursuit of a good night out and the lovely Christine. However, he takes a circuitous route via villains,... More > prostitutes, the police station and the Royal Albert Hall. Will’s fortunes continue to decline as he is not only in trouble with the law, but in a tangle at work as his erstwhile supporters double cross him.< Less
City Boy By Mark Pritchard
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A fast paced comic novel set in the present day City of London Will's purpose in life is the pursuit of a good night out and the lovely Christine. However, he takes a circuitous route via villains,... More > prostitutes, the police station and the Royal Albert Hall. Will’s fortunes continue to decline as he is not only in trouble with the law, but in a tangle at work as his erstwhile supporters double cross him.< Less

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