Posts Categorized: Jan Huckins

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels By ///

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels Four powerful, controversial, highly-acclaimed novels set in the deep south during the 1950s and early 1960s that deal with politics, race, crime, and sex in bold, exciting stories that reflect the turbulent era...and leave a lasting impression. All these novels are back in print for the first time in over 60 years... and collected for the first time ever in one massive ebook.

HOLIDAY IN HELL By /

HOLIDAY IN HELL Someone wants Moira dead but each horrific attempt, each apparent “accident,” has failed so far…and cost others their lives. But she knows that soon her luck will run out… and the killer, who might even be her own husband, will succeed.

Her only hope was Sebastian Blayne… the flamboyant, wealthy, pampered bon vivant… famous playwright, author and brilliant detective. Blayne is equal parts Nero Wolfe, Simon Templar and Hercule Poirot… and he is aided in his adventures by his bald, Italian valet Beppo, his red-headed secretary Maggie, and his French poodle Misty… and the ever-diligent NYPD homicide detective Simon Fennelley.

TERROR IN THE NIGHT By /

TERROR IN THE NIGHT Sebastian “Neddy” Blayne is a flamboyant, wealthy, pampered bon vivant… famous playwright, author and a brilliant detective. Blayne is equal parts Nero Wolfe, Simon Templar and Hercule Poirot… and he is aided in his adventures by his bald, Italian valet Beppo, his red-headed secretary Maggie, and his French poodle Misty…and the ever-diligent NYPD homicide detective Simon Fennelley.

But his latest case hits very close to home.

FACE OF MY ASSASSIN By /

FACE OF MY ASSASSIN It's 1959. Matthew Scott is a widowed, alcoholic reporter from New York who seeks personal and professional redemption when he's sent to the Deep South to write about a town that is defying a U.S. Supreme Court decision to integrate blacks into schools. His mere presence is a catalyst that ignites long-buried racial, political, religious, and personal conflicts among the residents, both white and black, ripping the town apart. Those tensions violently explode when Scott is falsely arrested by the bigoted, tyrannical sheriff for the rape and murder of an out-spoken black schoolteacher.