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Old 12-06-2012, 08:54 PM   #38
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Wasn't sure whether to post this here or on the thread NightBird started for the Severn House Digital sale - but maybe more people track this thread...
Anyway, while looking through the Severn titles, I discovered one author who still has current titles under their imprint, but looks like the first four in his series are now self-pub on Amazon,. Set in Blackpool, originally published in the UK by Headline, $1.52 ea.

Nick Oldham's Henry Christie series:

A Time for Justice
A TIME FOR JUSTICE is the first in Nick Oldham’s fast paced, highly acclaimed crime thrillers featuring Henry Christie and is now available for the first time in e-format...
As far as mafia hitman Jimmy Hinksman is concerned, working in Britain is a piece of cake. In his opinion, the police are unarmed amateurs and security is nowhere – at least that’s what he tells his boss, Mr Corelli. Which is how Hinksman can clamp a Semtex bomb to a Daimler in a Lancaster hotel car park unobserved. The Daimler is due to take two associates of Mr Corelli to Manchester airport – Mr Corelli does not intend them to get there in one piece.
The car is in heavy traffic on the M6 when the explosion takes place. Seventy-two vehicles are involved in the carnage. The death toll is in double figures. Unfortunately for Hinksman, only one of them was intentional – his other victim was too busy with a girlfriend to start the journey.
Now Hinksman himself is a target, wanted by every cop in the force. And if he doesn’t complete the job he’s begun, Mr Corelli will be after him too.
Hinksman is also about to discover that not all British security is a joke and not every British copper a clown. Especially not disgraced detective Henry Christie, a man with a point to prove and - after the M6 bombing – nothing left to lose...


Nightmare City
One Dead Witness
The Last Big Job

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