Private Eye, Joe Nails, has a problem. In this intelligently written, and darkly comic, anti-noir mystery set in the smoky world of 1958 San Francisco, Joe experiences surrealistic dreams, in which his once best friend pleads for Joe’s help, before turning a gun to his own head and firing. Joe sets out to locate him, only to discover he disappeared weeks before the dreams began.
Incite Insight is a speculative crime thriller. Newly promoted Detective Brad Thomas is put on the case after several deaths where the victims’ brains appear to have melted. Brad uncovers an intelligence raising program and mysterious tattoo link the victims. As he progresses through the program, his own thinking is transformed. But who is behind the program? And why are they keen to make Brad part of their plans to change the world?
One Hit Wonder
Do your job or move along already. Trouble is, I’m in too deep to do either one. A year into Samantha True’s forensic photography classes she knows three things: 1. Crime scenes are messy. 2. Especially when you throw up on them. 3. She may not be cut out for this. When the police drag her to an investigation, she’s just as baffled by the scene. With clues like superhero masks, disco balls, and Bigfoot, are they ever going to find who did it? As she digs deeper into the photographic evidence, she realizes her small town is full of secrets. And she might be happier staying in the dark.