• Blood Like Rain by Albert Tucher

    Detective Errol Coutinho of the Hawaii County Police faces the most difficult case of his career, when his wife’s best friend is murdered. Eleanor Swieczak’s current boyfriend is a man without a past, and to Coutinho that spells suspect, But Eleanor’s own history turns up other suspects, including a revered Hawaiian musician and a legendary […]

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  • Sangre Road by David Tromblay

    Introducing Moses Kincaid, an ornery, brazen, and possibly punch-drunk bounty hunter who must track down a skip trace into rural Oklahoma— circa summer 1995. Follow along as he comes up against bikers, prison peckerwoods, zombies, pro-midget wrestlers, holes up in no-tell motels and greasy-spoon diners, and gets gifted mouthful after mouthful of heavy-duty pain pills […]

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  • Deemer’s Inlet by Stephen Burdick

    Former Miami, Florida, homicide detective Eldon Quick is comfortable in his position as chief of police in the picturesque Gulf coast town of Deemer’s Inlet. Now he has more time to devote to his passion—fishing. The first murder, the first in his seven years on the job, and subsequent killing a week later puts an […]

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  • Chasing China White by Allan Leverone

    Derek Weaver’s a junkie. He’s also homeless and jobless and into his dealer for way more cash than he can hope to repay. So when he’s given an ultimatum by the regional heroin supplier—commit a home invasion and steal enough jewelry to cover that man’s debt or take a one-way trip into the Atlantic on […]

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  • The Honorary Jersey Girl by Albert Tucher

    Criminal defense attorney Agnes Rodrigues got her client Hank Alves acquitted of a murder in the rainforest of the Big Island, but the victim was a cop’s wife, and a case like this doesn’t end with “not guilty.” When someone takes a shot at her client, and that someone looks like a cop, Agnes knows […]

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  • The Furious Way by Aaron Philip Clark

    Lucy Ramos is out for blood—she needs to kill a man, but she has no clue how. Lucy calls on the help of aged hit-man, Tito Garza—also known as El Perro of Pedro. Garza’s signature method of killing? Using dogs to maul his targets to death. Now, in his golden years, Garza lives a mundane […]

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  • Load by Preston Lang

    Ana Luz is a wily Iraq War vet, getting by working at a laundromat and doing the occasional favor for a neighborhood drug dealer called Espada. Her mysterious boyfriend Cyril convinces her to rip off Espada and sell the product to one of Cyril’s old friends out in Iowa. But the old friend isn’t as […]

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  • It’s Not My Cult by A.X. Kalinchuk

    Anthony Dosek, after unwittingly created a flying saucer cult he would rather forget about, goes to live his cousin and his wife. Anthony’s ruthless second-in-command would rather Anthony not forget his followers, and in trying to create a founder-martyr that will increase cult donations, this wannabe Iago dispatches a cynical former veteran and his naive […]

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  • Main Bad Guy by Nick Kolakowski

    Bill and Fiona, the lovable anti-heroes of the “Love & Bullets” trilogy, find themselves in the toughest of tough spots: badly wounded, hunted by assorted cops and goons, and desperately in need of a drink (or five). After a round-the-world tour of spectacular criminality, Bill and Fiona find themselves back in New York. But it’s […]

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  • Rival Sons by Aidan Thorn

    When Kyle Gordon hears that his mother is terminally ill he makes the journey back to his hometown for the first time in nearly two decades, only – home isn’t what it used to be. Kyle is shocked by the dilapidation that has befallen his town. For nineteen years Kyle vowed to protect the people […]

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  • The Bad Kind of Lucky by Matt Phillips

    Remmie Miken is starting over after a bad run. He’s got himself a crappy apartment in the big city and a job hustling burgers and fries. One night Remmie makes nice with a neighborhood gangster. So begins his quixotic pursuit of a whore-on-the-run and ten grand in cash. Headed south into Baja, Remmie brushes shoulders […]

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  • Deadline: A Tribute to William E. Wallace

    In 2017 we lost William E. Wallace who was a writer, a fan, and a friend to all who loved the crime fiction genre. A retired crime reporter, William pursued his love of writing producing short stories, novellas and short novels that he published on his own or through small presses like Shotgun Honey and […]

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