Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon by Tony Knighton

When a Philadelphia state senator is arrested for racketeering and held without bail, his ex-girlfriend reveals to a shady, retired cop that there’s half-a-million dollars just sitting in his bedroom safe. The cop brings in a professional thief, who rips the safe from the wall and drops it out the window. It’s a sweet score – but they’re hijacked before they open it. The thief survives and tears through the city, going up against warring gangsters, bent cops, and a cold-blooded assassin to take back what’s his – even if it means dying for it.


Books by Tony Knighton

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon

A professional thief steals a state senator's safe full of cash...and then has it stolen from him...and then tears up the city trying to get it back.

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Happy Hour…and Other Philadelphia Cruelties – Coming Soon

Happy Hour…and Other Philadelphia Cruelties – Coming Soon

A stunning anthology of Philadelphia-set crime stories. In "Happy Hour," the title story, a small-time grifter steals an overcoat on Christmas Eve and finds a pair of gloves, a pack of gum, and forty thousand dollars in the pocket. But his unexpected score soon becomes an icy nightmare.

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A Few Days Away – Coming Soon

A Few Days Away – Coming Soon

After a heist goes fatally wrong, a professional thief returns to a corrupt town to settle the score.

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Reviews For Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon 5.0

A knife sharp piece of Philadelphian noir. Recommended for all fans of fast paced, hard hitting crime fiction.

Andrew Nette, Pulp Curry Blog

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon 5.0

A wonderful thriller. It oozes grit and swagger and leaves blood all over your hands.

Ginger Nuts of Horror

Three Hours Past Midnight – Coming Soon 5.0

There is a touch of Hemingway and Chandler in the writing. Hard-boiled noir thrillers don't come any better than this.

The Toorak Times