by Ian Graham (Goodreads Author)
- Adrian Magson (author of the Harry Tate thriller series)
"Superb effort! Veil of Civility reminded me of the hard-as-nails spy thrillers of the 1980s, upgraded to modern day reality! Scary and original!"
- Ian Kharitonov (author of The Russian Renaissance)
NOTHING CAN STAY HIDDEN FOREVER...
During the Soviet-Afghan war an elite team of operatives were trained in the mountains of Afghanistan. Loyal to the Provisional Irish Republican Army, they were known only by their codename, Black Shuck.
In the years that followed — betrayed from within by the internal power struggles of the IRA — the team members were hunted down. Three survived, fading into the turbulent streets of Northern Ireland. To this day, their identities remain a mystery — but nothing can stay hidden forever.
For years, Declan McIver has lived under the radar — married to a beautiful woman and operating a successful business — but that life is about to change. When a planned meeting with an old friend goes horribly wrong, Declan finds himself on the run from a shadowy conspiracy that will stop at nothing to keep their evil intentions a closely guarded secret.
To survive, he'll have to rely on long dormant training and reach deep within himself to a place and time he'd hoped to never return. As his past is laid open for the world to see and events spiral further out of control — who will win and at what cost?
"Ian Graham is one of the thriller genre's rising stars!"
- Stephen England (author of Pandora's Grave)
"Ian Graham writes the kind of stories I want to read. Full on, Action packed, adrenaline fueled. Keep your eye on this author, he's going to be a big name in thrillers before long."
- Matt Hilton (author of the Joe Hunter thriller series)
by Kevin Lynn Helmick (Goodreads Author)
In this dark rural noir, 19 year old Ryan Sheppard's life is about to take a turn. Haunted by reoccurring nightmares, mental blackouts and…more
In this dark rural noir, 19 year old Ryan Sheppard's life is about to take a turn. Haunted by reoccurring nightmares, mental blackouts and memories of a famous rodeo father, Shep comes in contact with a rare, enchanted artifact that sets him a course of violence [close]
by John Florio (Goodreads Author)
“Harsher than a slug of 190-proof moonshine.” —Rebecca Cantrell, New York Times…more
“Harsher than a slug of 190-proof moonshine.” —Rebecca Cantrell, New York Times bestselling author of A City of Broken Glass
“Sugar Pop Moon will pop your imagination and leave you wanting more of the sweet noir sugar that pours from Florio's keys.” —Kelli Stanley, award-winning author of City of Dragons and City of Secrets
“A delicious journey through the underworld of Prohibition and Depression America… A terrific read!” —Kevin Baker, bestselling author of Dreamland, Paradise Alley, and Strivers Row
Jersey Leo is the quintessential outsider—an albino of mixed race. Known as "Snowball" on the street, he makes a living as the bartender at a mob-run speakeasy in Prohibition-era Hell's Kitchen. Being neither black nor white, he has no group to call his own. His own mother abandoned him as a baby. And his father, a former boxing champ with his own secrets, disapproves of Jersey's work at a dive owned by one of New York's most notorious gangsters.
So when Jersey inadvertently purchases counterfeit moonshine ("sugar pop moon") with his boss's money—a potentially fatal mistake—he must go undercover to track down the bootlegger who took him in. The clues lead to Philadelphia, where he runs into a cleaver-swinging madman out for his femurs and a cold-blooded gangster holed up on a Christmas-tree farm. Now with a price on his head in two cities, Jersey seeks help from the only man he can trust, his father. As the two delve into the origins of the mysterious sugar pop moon, stunning secrets about Jersey's past come to light. To ensure his future, Jersey must face his past, even if it means that life will never return to normal.
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