Bio: Australian Dave Field has a background in marine and remote-area research, which he describes as noisy, dirty and dangerous--therefore, great fun, especially in the crocodile-infested Northern Territory river systems. He's a fulltime journalist and writer working out of Darwin.
What would you do if a beautiful woman confronted you, told you she was a witch, and asked you to help her in a desperate battle to help save the world from destruction? It happened to Shaun Spencer, and his life was changed forever. Australian Author Dave Field has been quoted saying that "HURTLING TO OBLIVION was written once I realized that working as an environmental officer for the Northern Territory Government was a waste of time and public resources. Fact is, governments all over the worl... more info>>
Jack Pymble refuses to help export firearms illegally from Australia to New Guinea. A mobster threatens him--Jack accidentally kills the man, and suddenly he's on the run. Mysterious Susan Carter convinces Pymble to fight back. Infatuated by her sexuality, he agrees. There's an arms dealer's meeting--their only opportunity to untangle the mess--in New Guinea, thousands of miles away... Chased by both the mob and the cops, they go for it, using motorcycles, a coach, a stolen car, a prawn trawler ... more info>>
In this incredible "catch your breath" sequel to PROFILE THREE, find out what Susan Carter and newly-trained agent Jack Pymble get tangled up in when they take on their next assignment. The world of heroin trafficking seethes with money and sadism. Penetrating that scene with the intent of breaking open just a small part of it is a difficult, frightening, dangerous job. It's also astonishingly complicated. Discover just how complicated it can be as an operation across the Top End of Northern Aus... more info>>
The author of the suspense thriller novels PROFILE THREE and HURTLING TO OBLIVION introduces two new suspense thriller short stories in this edition of WHISKEY SHOTS. Do you feel safe when you're at home? Chances are you do, because most likely you are--but that's not always the case...