Books and other publications David’s work has appeared in
Fight Card: King of the Outback – the sixth book in the popular Fight Card series.
Fight Card: Rumble in the Jungle – the thirteenth book in the Fight Card series.
Iron Head & Other Stories – a charity anthology. Writing as James Hopwood, David contributed the story ‘Bushwhacked’.
Action: Pulse Pounding Tales – Vol 1. Think back to the days when heroes were heroes and the action was furious and full-blooded. Writing as James Hopwood, David contributed ‘Cutter’s Law’.
Action: Pulse Pounding Tales – Vol 2. Thirty Action-packed Pulse Pounding Tales! Writing as James Hopwood, David contributed, ‘Get Cutter!’
Crime Factory: LEE – Lee Marvin: one of the most coolly charismatic and extraordinary screen tough guys ever. Crime Factory celebrates Marvin’s life by making him the star of his own fictional adventures. As James Hopwood ’1963: Trust’.
Crime Factory 10 (as James Hopwood ‘For Your Sighs Only’ – a nostalgic look at the spy-fi smut of Clyde Allison)
Crime Factory 11 (as James Hopwood ‘Hail, the Haymaker Kid’ – a look at the boxing pulps of the 40s and 50s)
Crime Factory 13 (as james Hopwood ‘As Long as the Paperwork’s Clean’ – an interview with Australian cinema icon, Roger Ward)
The LIBRIO Defection – Introducing Jarvis Love, in a white knuckle action adventure which harks back to the great spy novels of the ’60s and ’70s, but infused with the high-octane punch of a modern thriller.
Bushwhacked – A fight fiction short, set on the Central Victorian Goldfields.
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