Welcome to the crime scene!
Check out the "Heavy Stories" if you like something with a little extra action. "Cull" is my favourite.
If you prefer a safer tale, "Light Stories" will leave you smiling. "You" is the top story there.
Click on the images of the novels below for a quick run down of my more serious works.
Cheers for coming, you'll find my email on the contact page, don't hesitate to get in touch for whatever reason.
Where is ANDY?!
You should have protected him. He should be by your side in the cool, waking light of day. Your son is lost, and your injuries have stolen the simplest of pleasures from you.
If you could find him, if you knew where Andy slept in the darkest hours of the night, how far would you go to get him back?
"Accidental Exposure" contains two versions of the same novel. One from the perspective of the father, and another from the mother.
You are welcome to travel back and forth from one style to another as you search the criminal depths of Sydney for your poor, lost little boy.
What will become of you when the truth is accidentally exposed?
"All the hallmarks of a great read with well developed characters and plot." 5 star Amazon review.
Please believe me!
My name is David Edison and the only way I could share my terrible secret was to write it into an ebook.
I am an absolute fiend and I have hurt far too many people in my life to expect forgiveness.
All I ask is that you listen, not for my sake, but for your own.
By the time you read this, I will have already departed from this simple living world.
"Another Little Soldier" is the true account of the final week of my tumultuous and savage existence. Go ahead and hate me, but believe this absurd account.
He's murdered before and he's fantasising of the moment he'll murder again.
She's been appalled by what he can do and the brutal things he enjoys so much.
He knows her name and her scent, and he's watching her right now.
She has a loaded revolver and badge, and she's planning to throw one of them away.
Will Chief Inspector Stephanie Saxon take this investigation to the frozen depths of the morgue, or the hard stone of the slammer?
An inferno tears through May Harp's rainforrest bungalow and the charred remains of the property offer up a single baby's skeleton. The problem: there were two children in the house before the fire.
Who's child survived and where is the woman who was hired to protect him?
May Harp must chase the child abductor over the frozen mountains and through the searing deserts of Australia to rescue her granddaughter.
BUT, if May Harp finds the child he'll be returned to a life of crime and prostitution.
Will the innocent, anonymous infant ever know peace?