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Ever dreamed you were living in a zombie story?
Of course you have. In a world first for literary-grade fiction, the naming rights to key characters in this high-end pulp novella are being offered to discerning readers, on a first-come, first-served basis.   Read More
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Toploader
Spying inside the Embargoed Zone is an expensive business, not to say risky, and Agent Cobra wants his wages in full. But his down-at-heel spymaster can only offer payment in kind – and the first thing he finds in an unattended storeroom...  Read More
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Not Untrue And Not Unkind
For decades old Cartwright has been the office bully, a snoop and a henchman, so few at the paper mourn him when he is found rather messily dead.   Read More
by Edward O'Loughlin
All You Can Eat by Edward O'Loughlin

They have no remorse or loyalty. They’re insatiable. They don’t hear what you say to them while they’re eating you alive… And then there’s the flesh-eating zombies…

A dark and pulpy satire of our dog-eat-dog society by Booker-nominated author Ed O’Loughlin.

Ever dreamed you were living through a zombie outbreak? Of course you have.



by Ed O'Loughlin
Toploader by Ed O'Loughlin
Spying inside the Embargoed Zone is an expensive business, not to say risky, and Agent Cobra wants his wages in full. But his down-at-heel spymaster can only offer payment in kind – and the first thing he finds in an unattended storeroom. And so both men are sucked into the mysterious Toploader project, a race to retrieve a deadly secret from inside the world’s first – and best – walled-off terrorist entity. Also caught in the crossfire are a resourceful teenage girl, a gung-ho reporter, a hapless drone-pilot and at least one very unfortunate donkey.Toploader is about to make their lives a lot more dangerous, and an awful lot more bizarre.

Toploader


by Ed O'Loughlin

Not Untrue and Not Unkind by Ed-O'Loughin

For decades old Cartwright has been the office bully, a snoop and a henchman, so few at the paper mourn him when he is found rather messily dead. But to a burnt-out younger colleague, Owen Simmons, Cartwright bestows a back-handed legacy, forcing him to face up to the passion, heartbreak and regrets of his previous life as a foreign correspondent.

Not Untrue and Not Unkind is Owen’s story, a recollection of life and love amongst a transient group of friends and rivals reporting forgotten wars in Africa.