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Mothers of the Disappeared

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Dundee-based private investigator J. McNee finds his past is about to catch up with him in this intriguing mysterySuspended from the Association of British Investigators and facing an enquiry into his alleged misconduct over four years previously, J McNee's career hangs in the balance. The last thing he needs is new business. But when the mother of a murdered child asks him to re-open a case he helped close during his time in the police, McNee can't refuse. Is the wrong man serving a life sentence for a series of brutal murders? And, if so, why did he admit his guilt before the court? As McNee searches for answers, he finds himself forced to make a terrifying moral choice: one that will change his life forever. An intriguing murder mystery involving many unexpected twists and turns, Mothers of the Disappeared blends the grit of classic American hardboiled fiction with a distinctly Scottish voice and attitude.

Ed est mort

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Je devrais être morte à l'heure qu'il est. Mais ce sont d'autres personnes quin'arrêtent pas de mourir à ma place! Ecrivaine ratée, Jen Carter travaille dans une librairie de Glasgow. Ed, son pet

Ed ist tot

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Jen Carter, Prosecco liebende Buchhändlerin, die gerade ihren Traum von der Schriftstellerei an den Nagel gehangen hat, ist mit einem totalen Chaoten namens Ed zusammen, bis sie in ersticht - unabsichtlich. Doch was tun mit seiner Leiche, seinen D

Cry Uncle

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Dundee-based private investigator J. McNee finds himself way out of his depth in his latest undercover assignmentWorking undercover on behalf of the police, McNee's mission is to get close to aging gangster David Burns and uncover his secrets. In his role as Burns' new right hand man, he's expected to follow orders and get his hands dirty. But how far can he go before he crosses the line? With the murder of Burns' nephew - supposedly under McNee's protection at the time - the tension ratchets up to breaking point, and McNee finds himself in the midst of a vicious turf war. His cover at risk of being blown at any moment, in this deadly game McNee is beginning to realize he's expendable. To survive, he's going to have to change the rules … Dark, violent and psychologically gripping, Cry Uncle blends the grit of classic American hardboiled fiction with a distinctly Scottish voice and attitude.

Ed's Dead

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"A high-octane read." - Maxim JakubowskiMeet Jen. She works in a bookshop and likes the odd glass of Prosecco. oh, and she's about to be branded The Most Dangerous Woman in Scotland. Jen Carter is a failed write

The Good Son

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"THE GOOD SON is the most exciting, and gripping, Scottish crime fiction debut of recent years. Stylish and atmospheric, it marks the arrival of a exceptional talent." -John Connolly"McLean has all the meri

Father Confessor

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DCI Ernie Bright is dead. A good cop gone bad? Not everyone believes that one of Tayside Constabulary's longest serving detectives was leading a double life. One of those looking to vindicate the dead copper is Bright's protege, private investigator J McNee, who has his own reasons for trying to prove Bright's innocence. But as the evidence piles up and McNee makes enemies on both sides of the law, he finds that justice and the law are not always the same, and that good people can make bad decisions. Dark, violent and psychologically griping, Father Confessor is the third in the critically acclaimed J McNee series. This case will change the Dundee detective's world forever.

And When I Die

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Families Can Be Murder His family believes he's dead. The police believe he's dead. But Ray Scobie, a killer who can't feel pain, doesn't die so easily. Betrayed by his own father, near-fatally wounded and lying in hospital as 'J

The Lost Sister

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"An intense, taut crime story with a caustic PI. Not to be missed by fans of straight-up hardboiled noir." - RT Book ReviewsIn Russel D. McLean's The Lost Sister, a teenage girl is missing. Her

Comfort to the Enemy and Other Carl Webster Stories

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"An excellent read….Concrete evidence of a master crime writer still at the top of his game."-Russel D. McLean, author of The Good Son"The reigning King Daddy of crime writers" (Seattle Times), Elmore Leonard first

Chet Atkins in Three Dimensions

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This tribute contains twenty-two of Chet's greatest solos and duets along with interviews with his daughter, Merle Atkins Russell and close friends such as Jerry Reed, Vince Gill, Eddy Arnold, Don Mclean and many others. This book offers touching

Comfort to the Enemy and Other Carl Webster Stories

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"An excellent read….Concrete evidence of a master crime writer still at the top of his game."-Russel D. McLean, author of The Good Son"The reigning King Daddy of crime writers" (Seattle Times), Elmore Leonard first

Devil Take The Hindmost

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Winner of the Dundee International Book Prize At £10,000, the Dundee International Book Prize is the richest prize for an unpubished novel in the UK. This year's winning title, Devil Take the Hindmost, is a gripping historical noir set during the amphetamine-fuelled craze for velodrome racing which took London by storm in the late 1920s. Into this world stumbles Paul, a bewildered Scottish farmboy running away from home. Powerfully built with a fierce passion for cycling, he is taken under the wing of Silas, a local loan shark, and from there enters a world he is ill-equipped to survive. As the races get harder, the bets get larger, and the terrifying Mr Morton starts to take an interest in Paul's career. For fans of Peaky Blinders and Brighton Rock, Devil Take the Hindmost is a thrilling ride through a historical London that is rarely visited. 'A Graham Greene-esque noir with suspense and peril. I loved the cut back and forth of the time line to create drama." Denise Mina, author and judge, Dundee International Book Prize 'Intriguing, thrilling and brilliantly realised. A fantastic debut.' Danny Wallace, author, broadcaster and judge, Dundee International Book Prize 'Perhaps the first cycling noir I've ever read, Martin Cathcart's excellent debut, Devil Take the Hindmost, is filled with early twentieth century period detail and a slow-burn sense of menace that builds over the course of its twisting plot. But a good plot is nothing without character, and in the innocent abroad Paul and his new 'friend' Silas, we have one of the finest double acts I've read in a while. Devil Take the Hindmost is an assured first novel from an author who deserves to overtake the competition and race to take first place.' Russel D McLean, author of the J McNee detective series

The Innocent: A Ryan Lock Novel

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For fans of Harlan Coben, Robert Crais and Lee Child. When college basketball coach Malik Shaw goes missing after a family tragedy, it looks like just another retired athlete gone off the rails. But Malik's childhood friend, private security specialist Ty Johnson, quickly begins to suspect that there is more to it. Chasing the truth, Ty and his business partner, Ryan Lock, begin to uncover a sinister conspiracy of silence in a sleepy Minnesota college town."This series is ace. There are deservedly strong Lee Child comparisons as the author is also a Brit, his novels US-based, his character appealing, and his publisher the same." - Sarah Broadhurst, The Bookseller "This is a writer, and a hero, to watch." - Geoffrey Wansell, The Daily Mail "Black's style is supremely slick." - Jeremy Jehu, The Daily Telegraph "The pace of Lee Child, and the heart of Harlan Coben." - Joseph Finder, New York Times Bestseller (Paranoia, Buried Secrets) 'Ryan Lock (is) a protagonist tough enough to take on the Jacks of this world (that's Bauer and Reacher)' - Russel McLean

Small Town Girl

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The stories of more than two dozen ordinary people who led extraordinary lives are told here with honesty and wit by a historian who has been writing about northwest Ohio's history for more than 60 years. Some of the people chronicled in the book were famous in their day, but are virtually forgotten today. Others gained a measure of renown for their unusual lifestyles only after their deaths. And still others are receiving well-deserved recognition for the first time in these pages. Among those featured in the book are nationally known figures, like Teresa Brewer, Art Tatum, Joe E. Brown, Millie Benson, Brand Whitlock, Peter Navarre, Rose La Rose, Ed Libbey, Mike Owens and Edmund Osthaus, as well as highly-accomplished, but lesser known folks, such as Richard and Anna Mott, Grant Johnson, Doc and Ella Stewart, Ed Russell, Clyde and Carrie Tingley, Dr. Ernst and Therese Gottschalk, Mother Adelaide Sandusky, Jibby Jibilian, Jorgen Faldt Larsen, Colonel Christopher McLean, C.J. Hurrle and Marjorie Whiteman.

Barking Sycamores

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Barking Sycamores published its first issue in the spring of 2014 and from the beginning, it dedicated itself to providing a medium for neurodivergent voices in literaure and art. In partnership with Autonomous Press's NeuroQueer Books, the journal proudly presents its Year One anthology. Collected in this volume are its first four issues, first published online in 2014 and 2015. FEATURING WORK BY: Sarah Akin, Mikey Allcock, Samm Almester, Amy Barlow Liberatore, Matthew Brown, Cathy Carlisi, Ellie Castellanos, Tasha Chemel, Deanna Christian, Robin Como, Allen Davis, Melissa DeHart, Heather Dorn, fayola, Leila Fortier, Kimberly Gerry Tucker, Jessica Goody, Elizabeth J. (Ibby) Grace, Michael Lee Johnson, Duane L. Herrmann, Madison Kallisti, Jillian Koopman, Thomas Krampf, Craig Kurtz, Savanna Logsdon-Breakstone, Chris McLean, Laura Merleau, David Mitchell, Michael Scott Monje Jr, N.I. Nicholson, A.J. Odasso, Emily Paige Ballou, Thomas Park, C.F. Roberty, Miss Roberts, Maranda Russell, Barbara Ruth, Giorgia Sage, Phillip Sroka, Lucas Scheelk, A.D. Stone, Bethany Tap, Jonathan Travelstead, Candy Waters, Angela Weddle, Christopher Wood-Robbins

3 Action-Packed Ryan Lock Novels: The Innocent; Fire Point; The Edge of Alone

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For fans of Harlan Coben, Robert Crais and Lee Child. A special box set edition of the 5th, 6th and 7th Ryan Lock novels, featuring former Royal Military Police Close Protection Specialist, Ryan Lock, and his business partner, retired US Marine, Ty Johnson. That's over a thousand pages of action-packed, heart-pounding suspense for one very low price. "This series is ace. There are deservedly strong Lee Child comparisons as the author is also a Brit, his novels US-based, his character appealing, and his publisher the same." - Sarah Broadhurst, The Bookseller "This is a writer, and a hero, to watch." - Geoffrey Wansell, The Daily Mail "Black's style is supremely slick." - Jeremy Jehu, The Daily Telegraph "The pace of Lee Child, and the heart of Harlan Coben." - Joseph Finder, New York Times Bestseller (Paranoia, Buried Secrets) 'Ryan Lock (is) a protagonist tough enough to take on the Jacks of this world (that's Bauer and Reacher)' - Russel McLean The three novels (in order): THE INNOCENT When college basketball coach Malik Shaw goes missing after a family tragedy, it looks like just another retired athlete gone off the rails. But Malik's childhood friend, private security specialist Ty Johnson, quickly begins to suspect that there is more to it. Chasing the truth, Ty and his business partner, Ryan Lock, begin to uncover a sinister conspiracy of silence in a sleepy Minnesota college town. FIRE POINT Ryan Lock and Ty Johnson are in Los Angeles and on the trail of an unlikely cult who are planning on taking their message to the world in the most devastating fashion imaginable. THE EDGE OF ALONE An isolated school for troubled teens. A series of mysterious deaths. A father frantically trying to rescue his daughter before it's too late. But when the law won't listen, who can he turn to?
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