The renegade white slaver known only as Tyler is back, fighting to save an avenging heroine from a depraved rock star, his perverted roadies, his sadistic groupies, and his evil management. From the... More > steel and glass prisons of New York to the glittering tinsel town sin centers of Los Angeles, Tyler battles the worse demons modern society has to offer!< Less
Following in the steps of her father Maggie decides to become a detective by choice. But suddenly she is forced to ask herself, How could this happen to me? I have always felt disconnected from... More > everyone. And now I feel connected to someone who is not even here...or is she?< Less
Trade paperback. In 1937 Harry Stephen Keeler wrote a huge novel about a skull in a hatbox, but his publisher insisted it be published as four separate books. Now, for the first time, all four novels... More > are in this mammoth, two-columned tome.< Less
Роман «Триумвират» является... More > продолжением психологического триллера «Дар или проклятие?». Цепь преступлений, совершенных в Литве, имеют глубокие корни, ведущие в третий рейх. Невероятные события пронесут читателей сквозь нынешнее время, в будущее земной цивилизации. Юрию Цыпфу предстоит открыть загадочную дверь нацистского архива, за которой покоились документы, подтверждающие предположения о технических разработках военного времени. Невероятный по своей динамике детектив оставляет неизгладимое впечатление на Человека Разумного.< Less
It was the family dream to own land along a wilderness river in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. A place of solitude and tranquility to explore the beauty of the forest. But what they discover turns their... More > dream to a nightmare and a fight to survive.< Less
First in a collection of stories where criminal events involving Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are told through the point of view of Scotland Yard and primarily Inspectors Lestrade, Bradstreet, and... More > Gregson.< Less
Детективный роман «Гамбит»... More > предлагает Читателю пройти вместе с главным героем сквозь сложный лабиринт многослойного преступления, проверить свою сообразительность и умение аналитически мыслить.
Напряженность повествования не позволяет прервать или отложить в сторону чтение, не дойдя до развязки интриги.
В канву романа уместно вписываются лирические сцены, природные зарисовки, личные воспоминания. Он рассчитан на читателя, ценящего динамизм, юмор, нарастающую интригу и ясность изложения.< Less
A total embrace of love, life, loyalty, and total understanding for who is who in these streets.In the end love survives and is the only code for streets like these. Action packed and full of drama,... More > this is one book you will not put down< Less
Seven questionable and long forgotten deaths in historical San Bernardino, California, offer clues to a shocking possibility that occult serial murder went undetected as such for nearly a century.... More > Through an esoteric based analysis of the odd facts and unanswered questions of the case, in order to determine a possible pattern in the mind of a killer, there is revealed an unexpected yet specific connection between all the known attacks by the legendary Zodiac Killer a half century later-- presented for the first time here. With figures like Aleister Crowley and Harry Houdini moving about the periphery and through the middle of the mystery, nothing may have been what it seems, and someone appears to have wanted it that way...< Less
"Wrongful Death" is a standard whodunit mystery which begins in the 1940s when a science experiment goes terribly wrong at a fictional Army Base and ends over sixty years later as a son... More > defends his father against a host of characters who have a lot to hide.< Less
Aging hitman Frank longs to retire. His boss, Calvin, has demanded one last job of him - eliminate five relocated federal witnesses. Traveling with Frank are Calvin's man Larry, an aspiring hitman... More > named Jimmy, and Jimmy's girl Lisa, daughter of former crime lord Antonio Torello. As the roadtrip progresses, targets become more dangerous, and Frank's suspicion of Calvin's ulterior motives grows.< Less
SERIAL KILLER MAGAZINE is an official release of the talented artists and writers at SerialKillerCalendar.com. It is chock full of artwork, rare documents, FBI files and in depth articles regarding... More > serial murder. It is also packed with unusual trivia, exclusive interviews with the both killers and experts in the field and more information that any other resource available to date. Although the magazine takes this subject very seriously and in no way attempts to glorify the crimes describe in it, it also provides a unique collection of rare treats (including mini biographical comics, crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes). This is truly a one of a kind collectors item for anyone interested in the macabre world of true crime, prison art or the strange world of murderabelia.< Less
The Sequel to YOU BUY BONES: Sherlock Holmes' London through the eyes of Scotland Yard. London is suffering from world-wide crop failures; crime has risen to desperate levels, from polished... More > assassins and child-gangs to dog-thieves. Gregson is being drawn into the the dangers of organised crime; The Home and Foreign Offices are girding for war and Dr. Watson operates as a locum in the East Slums, growing ever more disillusioned with how powerful men play with the weaker. Through it all Sherlock Holmes observes his city, aided by a delicate net of friends, enemies, and allies: a covert operative damaged in body and soul; a merciless killer on the brink of the noose; a corrupted police officer; and reluctantly, Inspector Lestrade, who is learning that the past is never too far away to haunt you...or to kill you.< Less
Author and investigator Walter Bosley takes the reader deeper into the strange events surrounding the suspected San Bernardino Working murders of 1915. In this volume, the identities of two of the... More > victims are revealed amid an unexpected backdrop of the Great Airship Mystery and the Old West.< Less
When a popular crime novelist is found dead at the top of an open omnibus in flapper-era New York City, Detective Van Dusen Ormsberry is called in to investigate. It appears Mr. Anstruther was killed... More > with the same, unusual method as was John Fortescue, the victim of last year's humiliatingly unsolved, publicly sensational murder case, which still rankles in the mind of the usually astute and efficient detective. With his new young protege at his side, Ormsberry vows to finally bring the elusive murderer of both men to justice.
John Stephen Strange is the pen name of Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett (1896-1983), who wrote 22 mystery novels from 1928 to 1976, mostly for the Crime Club. Considered classics of their genre, her family has proudly dusted them off for reprinting. For more information about John Stephen Strange, see our website: JSStrangeMysteryNovels.com< Less
Sheldan Gundry, a college drop-out down to his last few bucks. Sheldan had lost his job, been evicted from his room, and had no prospects for employment. While mulling over his situation he was... More > approached by Brad Beltran, his estranged Aunt Carlie’s financial manager. Beltran’s assignment was to find Sheldan and give him a message. Sheldan’s aunt was offering him an opportunity to become a wealthy young man if he would complete a project for her. But Sheldan’s arrogance left Beltran less than totally impressed with the young beach bum who looked like a bronze Adonis with the mentality of Adonis’ statue. And though Sheldan was his aunt’s only living relative, he’d never been fond of her, and had no particular talent for completing her project. But in spite of his misgivings, he followed Beltran from Oahu’s North shore back to the mainland to check out his aunt’s offer… which led to a life threatening encounter with the dark side of his aunt’s old mansion.< Less
In the heart of Washington, D.C. there is an ongoing conflict. It is simmering just below the surface most days, and periodically boils to the surface late at night with unexpected, often violent... More > outcomes. The conflicting personalities are as diverse in social background as they are in physical appearance: the historic blacks of the Shaw and Adams Morgan communities, and the "new gentry," most young, most white, many gay. The community's conversions are nearing completion, with the last generation of the historic residents unable to keep up with soaring property values, disappearing rental properties, and the continuation of gun- and drug-fueled violence which for so long has plagued these communities. But many are determined to hold on, and the younger ones, fueled by need, some by greed, and many by hatred, do what they feel is necessary to “get paid.”< Less
“Murder!” she whispered. “Do you think he knows we saw him?” Four separate vacations intersect as four young strangers meet on a ferry to a northern island wilderness. The fun... More > couple they meet over a friendly card games seems more and more mysterious as the week wears on. Days later, as each family looks to head back home, the six of them collide as not one but two horrific events suddenly and permanently alters the course of every one of their lives.
They are afraid, but determined to find the truth...someday. Meanwhile, one of them seeks answers. One of them builds up his body and his courage. One of determines to forget. One of them struggles to remember.
Eventually, all will remember clearly how, in the middle of Lake Superior, a voice admonished them to meet…”10 years from tonight.”< Less
In Zack Ranes' debut novel, CIA analyst Trevor Cole, commuting to Langley from his Virginia country home, plunges off a rain-slickened bridge, and he is presumed dead. His wife, Hannah, having... More > already lost one of her children, slides ever faster into the numbness of those who stop caring. Only the unflagging faith of her remaining children keeps the former champion steeplechase rider from hitting bottom. As events begin suggesting that Trevor might have survived the bridge incident, Calvin and Lindsey persuade their mother to believe again in the power of hope and trying. They finally open Hannah’s eyes to the second chances glimmering around them. Rejuvenated, she climbs back into life’s saddle and rides again, reclaiming her place over the powerful and unpredictable creature beneath her. Off balance at first, Hannah is soon discovering connections between her husband’s disappearance and a biological terrorism plot against the United States.< Less
June of 1929, as an American family dynasty, the Houghton's are celebrating the upcoming nuptials of their only son and heir Emerson to Miss. Brilliance Crabtree. Tragedy strikes, when their guests... More > soon discover he is shot dead in cold-blood and supposedly by his fiancee still holding the smoking murder weapon. Did she do it and why? It's now up-to Jake Blades, a young, brash, want-to-bee, amateur private detective who will help find out who actually rubbed out the 24 karat golden boy.< Less
They found Sadie Smith stuffed into the old dusty rug where Mack had left her lifeless body, not fine like her family had so diligently prayed. More sophisticated investigators may have taken care in... More > preserving the foot prints in the thick dust coating the floor, but this was small town Iowa after all. Homicides were no more frequent than once a year. The conditions for murder were ripe for the reaping, whether by a clever cultivator or by an opportunistic psychotic, it didn't really matter. The facts were the facts, a girl of six was dead, left like a discarded doll in a deserted old house. An uncomfortable yet familiar routine would play out: Hearts would break for the family, vigils would be held, prayers would be said, time would pass, and he would watch it all unfold. The ending predictable from the beginning.< Less
The breakout collection of Uncaged Stories is a book of thrilling, nail biting surprise ending stories covering every genre ranging from urban fiction, crime thriller to romance. Some take you... More > there with all three. Thomas uses his skills to write tales that make points about social issues like gun violence and PTSD. He paints pictures so vivid, so real, he causes life changing epiphany moments. Little creates urban fiction from unique viewpoints of unlikely lead characters, adding a twist. Curtis tackles everything from romance to stories about gangs, guns and drugs. Padgett has produced a thriller about the past deeds of a successful lawyer coming back to threaten her. All these authors write from a unusual perspective --being incarcerated.< Less