The Last Rights - Due for Release on February 1, 2021

April 1945 and the war in Europe is drawing to a chaotic and bloody finale. Amidst the confusion and devastation, a train with a cargo of Nazi gold makes its way from Berlin to a secret location in the South Tyrol.

October 2018 and a Lisbon bank is finally set to close its doors. The secrets and treasures locked away during its eighty year existence are about to be revealed. Influential people in powerful positions have reason to be concerned.

Fusing together two events seventy-three years apart is an ailing Holocaust survivor, Rita Krakowski, suspected Nazi collaborator and lifetime fugitive. Memories are branded into her soul like the number on her forearm, revelations with far-reaching international political and financial implications. That is why she must be found and her silence assured.

For private investigators, Broadhurst and Marchal, the challenge is to find her before it is too late.


I believed it was the perfect plan, a murder committed by somebody who never really existed, merely a figment of my fertile imagination. He was my creation, fashioned to perform just one deadly act, but somebody else has laid claim to him, branding him a dangerous traitor who must be stopped at any cost. With no holds barred to hunt him down, no prisoners taken, no-one would stand in their way. But how could they succeed? He didn't exist and the only trail they could possibly follow would lead right back to me. Somehow, I had to eliminate him before they discovered the truth and I became his next victim.

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Octogen - Work in Progress by Geoff

under the pen name of Kagla Neece

In the second half of the 21st century there is a new world order striving to deal with survival after a coordinated terrorist plot to destroy or contaminate seventy percent of the world's oil reserves. Now thirty five years on from the attacks, a coalition of nations have formed a new entity, INCOL, to preserve peace and Jack Freeman, a rank and file political deputy, is charged with special responsibilities for senior citizens in the London Area. What Jack learns is that plans exist to reduce the size of the population so that scarce resources can enable the fittest to survive. As the plans unravel, Jack is faced with decisions that not only conflict with everything he stands for, but also the revelation of  events in his early life about which until now he was unaware.

Projects in draft outline or partially written include the conversion to novel form of the pilot tv screenplay, Pussy Willow, a story of personal and commercial intrigue, featuring a man who whilst attempting to re-establish contacts with his estranged family becomes embroiled in 

Dead or Alive, a play which deals with the lives of two young radicalised extremists who have just committed a terrorist act and find refuge in a safe house with unexpected consequences.

Geoff​ Cook