A crime thriller that is a fast-paced, adrenalin-fueled ride through Glasgow’s seedy underworld. The second outing for DS Gus Thoroughgood.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-651-1) £9.99
DS Gus Thoroughgood returns once again to face his most daunting challenge yet.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-661-0) £9.99
Combining the intelligent intrigue of le Carré with the action of Bond and the drive of Bourne, this thriller weaves a high-octane tale of deceit, international conspiracy and Cold War legacy.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-612-2) £9.99
The Silence is a gritty novel set in Glasgow at the time of the Ice Cream Wars in the 1980. Kidnapping, drug smuggling and murder ensue in this fast-paced novel.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-699-3) £9.99
A tale of sadistic murder and extortion where there can be only one winner, The Reckoning is the third book in the ‘Coyle trilogy’.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-610-8) £9.99
A faced paced thriller set in the world of arms dealing and religious terrorism, this is Craig Sterling’s debut novel.
(ISBN 978-9554885-8-0) £8.00
Set against an exotic backdrop, this thriller has a complex heroine who's as fragile as she is feisty - and who must tackle culture clashes and family ties as well as crime if she's to survive. Food of Ghosts is the first in a series of crime novels featuring DS Louisa Townsend.
(ISBN 978-0-0566144-3-8) £9.99
In the second of Joseph’s Glackin’s Liberian mysteries, Inspector Gloria is confronted with student riots closely followed by the strange kidnapping and murder of young children.
(ISBN 978-0-9932828-0-5) £9.99
This first crime novel by versatile Scottish author Chris Dolan is written with wit and empathy, and he is unafraid to explore literary themes, making Potter's Field a work concerned as much with home and heritage as it is with violence and intrigue. It is a novel about Glasgow, told in an intimate voice with a profound knowledge of an exuberant, flawed city.
(ISBN 978-1-908251-32-9) £9.95