The Woman With The Emerald Ring

Henry Grayson’s a successful New York City director. He discovers his wife is having an affair and thinks it better to get rid of her than get divorced. Money of course…. He talks his mistress, Nora, who’s a struggling young actress, into killing her. Nora’s gullible, unpredictable, unreliable, and most of all, unstable. The plan goes not as planned and a smart female detective shows up, asking questions. A fast-paced murder-for-hire with a haunting twist!

Meet James Massaro

The Girl with a Porcelain Face

October 28, 1985

A hellacious thunderstorm rages over the small tin mining town of Bleddington, waking reclusive teenager, Willard Jennings, from his sleep. As the fleeting flashes of light illuminate the room, he sees brief and taunting glimpses of a broken figure standing at the foot of his bed.

Who is she?
How did she die?
Who will she kill next?

The Girl with a Porcelain Face

Dare you say her name?


Meet Steve McElhenny

Steve McElhenny is short, Welsh and hairy.

Born at a very young age in South Wales, as well as writing several novels, Steve is an avid fan of 80s horror and action movies.

He is also a father and fiance extraordinaire.

Living in Cleveland with the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

It’s the summer of 1953. Calvin Jefferson Coolidge is thirteen years old when the ghost of Joseph Stalin appears to him in his Aunt Evelyn’s cluttered Cleveland attic and wants to dictate his memoirs to him.
“I want to tell my side of the story,” Uncle Joe tells him. “They’re giving me one year to set the record straight, so we need to get started right away.”


Calvin’s life is falling apart at the seams. He’s a misfit and loner whose only friends are famous dead people. He loves polka music and Westerns and sometimes wonders what it would be like to kiss a girl. His con man father is in Florida looking for his bipolar runaway mother. His cousin Buck is abducted and experimented on by aliens. The lady next door wants to coach him in the ways of love. His pastor thinks he’s headed straight for Hell. His English teacher thinks he’s a savant. The school psychologist wants to have him committed. His shrink thinks he’s just plain nuts. Sometimes, Calvin believes it too.
Everybody’s trying to figure out what makes Calvin tick in this quirky, fast-paced metaphysical romp through the heart and soul of 1950’s America.


Meet Marc Sercomb