The third and final installment in the Ayre trilogy. Private detective Ayre finds himself falsely accused of killing a highly praised investigative journalist having been set up by his arch nemesis Flint. Now a wanted fugitive, Ayre soons discovers that his lover and congressman's daughter Scarlett has been abducted by Flint as leverage to get away with the rest of his schemes. Now, Ayre must try to uncover Flint's masterplan, rescue Scarlett and prove his innocence. MPAA Rating: Rated R for violence throughout, some sensuality and drug content.
The second installment in the Ayre trilogy. While protecting the congressman's daughter Scarlett and gradually falling in love with her, young private detective Ayre is busy investigating the chain of links from the sex traffickers that tried to kill him. His long and complex journey soon leads him to mysterious arrival of his deceased father's former mistress Melinda, and the confrontation of a infamous drug smuggler known as Flint. As his investigation becomes more and more complex and dangerous, Ayre begins to seriously doubt and question every he knows about the people around him and himself... MPAA Rating: Rated R ...
The first installment in the Ayre trilogy. Young, streetsmart wannabe private detective who calls himself "Ayre" spends almost all of his nights investigating small and secret organised crimes. After a forced one night stand with the congressman's rebellious teenage daughter Scarlett, he is soon fighting for both his life and her life as he is faced off against a deadly sociopathic serial killer. MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong violent and disturbing content, and for some sexuality.
A group of friend who ran a junior detective agency as children are reunited 30 years later after one of them dies under mysterious circumstances. Convinced foul play was involved, the remaining friends decide to stick around town to solve one last mystery. Questioning everyone from city officials to friendly old ladies, they soon realize that murder is much harder to solve than missing pets.
NASA has been searching for a Candidate for a one way trip to Mars. To keep the human rights groups happy they have agreed that the candidate must have a terminal incurable ailment. Henry is eventually selected trained and sent to space on this one way adventure. All starts off well, with constant comunication from earth, but eventually the communications fade away and Barry's morale and health steeply decline. In a delerious state he is suddenly aware of other beings that have now taken him from his space craft. Are they human or Alien?? Has NASA some how sent a ...
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