I have a new Royal Occultist story available, for those interested in that sort of thing. “The Black Brotherhood” finds St. Cyprian and Gallowglass travelling to Hampstead in 1924, on the trail of a shadowy organisation and an obsidian mirror. (more…)
My 2013 Pro Se Press novella, The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super-Detective: The Death’s Head Cloud is now available as an audio book from Audible. Ably read by Bob Kern, it clocks in at three hours and some change of rollicking New Pulp adventure. Download your copy today! And if you like what you hear, why not check out the sequel, Red Shambhala, available for Kindle or in paperback?
‘Final Assault’. As titles go, it’s appropriate enough, if a bit misleading.
Final Assault will be my fourth (and likely final) contribution to the long-running Executioner series, under the nom de plume (or should that be nom de guerre?) of Don Pendleton. One boat, two dozen killers, this December. (more…)
A murder has been committed. A fortune has gone missing, a map has mysteriously appeared and something is frightening the children at night. All is in confusion and the only thing for certain is that a detective is needed, but the first one got a glimpse of what the children are afraid of and left without so much as a word.
There are times when it becomes clear that a different sort of detective is needed; one who understands or at least accepts that threats are not always human or even physical and that solving the case will take more than a sharp eye.
This is the domain of the Occult Detective. (more…)
Who remembers “Master of the Hunt”, my Space Marine Battles audio from last year? Anybody? Bueller? It had a certain brightly-hued cacodaemoniacal biker in it, and the white-armored riders of Chogoris? No? That’s okay. It came and went without so much as a howdy, really.* Anyway, Michael Dodd over at Track of Words reviewed it. (more…)
I love that title. No lie.
Murder Island will be my third Executioner novel (writing under the aegis of Don Pendleton), and that title could not be more appropriate. Lots of murder, one island, this August. (more…)
The 2014 Pulpwork Press Christmas Special is now available, featuring an array of holiday themed stories, including “The Teeth of Winter” in which the Royal Occultist and his plucky (yet murderous) assistant spend Christmas hunting down a cannibalistic wendigo in the Canadian wilderness. (more…)