I Love My Smith & Wesson
St. Martin's, August 2004, 12.95, 240 pp.
The night before horror author Billy Dye's wedding to Nikki, the mother of his child, hired killer Rawhide, comes back into his life. Billy thinks Rawhide is going to kill him but even though Rawhide knows his childhood friend tried to murder him, he has other plans for Billy just as he has for The Priesthood, a mob which controls all the illegal activities that goes on in Manchester. He... The Death You Deserve
St. Martin's, Jun 2002, 12.95, 256 pp.
Horror novelist Billy Dye needs cash so he accepts the assignment of interviewing the crime kingpin of Manchester, England, Malcolm Priest. Surprisingly, the interview goes quite well as the boastful Priest profanely brags equally about his life of crime as much as his support to good deeds charities. Proud of his efforts, especially getting out with his skin intact, Billy consumes too muc...