Valentine's Day 1938: All Richard Blakemore a.k.a. the masked crimefighter known only as the Silencer wants is to have a romantic dinner with his beautiful fiancée Constance Allen.
But on his way to his date, Richard happens upon a mugging in progress. Can he save the victim and make sure that young Thomas Walden has the chance to propose to his girlfriend? And will he... [click here for more]
New York City, 1936: It's a rare evening at home for Richard Blakemore, hardworking pulp writer by day and the masked vigilante only known as the Silencer by night. But even though crime never rests, next month's Silencer novel doesn't write itself. And besides, Richard enjoys the chance to spend some time with his fiancée Constance Allen.
Pulp fiction thrives on exaggeration and non-stop... [click here for more]
Two stories of crime, chance and coincidence Our Lady of the Burning Heart
Liam is a small time criminal in a world of trouble. Cause he owes twenty thousand dollars to local gangster Dan "the Man" O'Brien and if Liam doesn't pay back him within twenty-four hours, he's in for a whole world of pain.
Liam does not have twenty thousand dollars.... [click here for more]
Upstate New York, 1937: When the delivery vans of the Daisy Chain Dairy Company are targeted and robbed by a criminal gang and a driver is shot, Richard Blakemore a.k.a. the masked crimefighter known only as the Silencer decides to get involved.
So he stakes out the dairy company in the early hours of the morning to apprehend the criminals, only to find himself embroiled in a lethal... [click here for more]
An innocent man is arrested for a murder committed by a woman. A guilty killer confesses to a murder--but the police arrest an innocent woman. A man finds the woman of his dreams--only to discover that he's entrapped in a nightmare. The tenants of a new block of flats are so delighted with their home that they don't ever want to leave--little realizing that they CAN'T leave. A husband and wife find... [click here for more]
Morgan Wayne knew that the peddlers of vice and dope were untouchable.
He knew that the Mafia's arm was long and its hand held a killer's knife.
He knew the willing women they would send to tempt and betray him.
He knew his own nerve and strength and skill.
He knew the white hate within him for the crime lords and their gunmen.
So he walked alone into the very heart of gangland to deal justice... [click here for more]