Tiny Fictions are for people with short attention spans and shallow pockets; collections of stories which are compact and easy to get through before you get distracted or bored, perfect for commutes... More > and all the more so as the book in your hands should fit nicely into the back pocket of your jeans, into your handbags, or to be slipped beside your iPhone in whatever it is trendy kids are using these days. This volume collects the works in Tiny Fictions #1, #2, #3, and #4 into one handy book.< Less
Wilberforce Kemp is a private detective. He’s not especially good at it, and he has a drink-chugging demon to keep fed, but he’s a private detective all the same and that means when a... More > beautiful red-head comes into his decaying office and pays him to dig up a missing boyfriend, it’s his job to find the guy... even if he kinda wants the red-head all to himself. In a case that will bring him elbow-to-elbow with all the low-lives he’s been drinking to avoid, Wil Kemp is up to his neck in trouble all over again.
This pastiche of the hard-boiled detective trope brings romance and sarcasm a-plenty.< Less
Polly Mazlowczy has returned from a fictitious conflict in North Korea a changed woman. Just how changed, her strange and insular family and the people of an isolated Midwestern town are about to... More > discover.
The Other Daughter is a revenge tragedy of the old school given a modern twist.< Less
The world is populated by everything from humans to Artificial Humans, but speciesism runs rampant. Everything that can go terribly wrong does; and while it always comes back to Brazil, it all seems... More > to be going down in London, which is a seething pot of conflicts and crossed wires, as new lies are told and old ones resurface; as old murders are recalled and new ones committed; as history is rewritten; and as a very ugly but potentially extremely powerful statue is passed from wrong hand to wrong hand.< Less