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Aug.27.2011
Short stories are the poetry of prose. They are precise, cut to the bone, every word a necessity. Not many authors develop that control. Libby Fischer Hellmann has the hand of a master. William Kent Krueger: The stories in Nice Girl Does Noir have all been published previously in traditional...
Men of the Mean Streets
Aug.26.2011
Noir has always been one of the most popular—and darkest—sub-genres of the mystery field. Following in the footsteps of such masters of the form as James M. Cain, Raymond Chandler, and Dashiell Hammett, some of the top writers of gay mystery explore this territory of amoral tough guys with a...
DARK STREETS OF WHITECHAPEL (A Jack the Ripper Mystery)
Aug.25.2011
In 1888 in New York City, the search for a killer of prostitutes comes to an end with the capture of Doctor Jack Lewiston, a respected surgeon and madman. But before he can go to trial, Jack escapes from custody and flees the country to London, England.   Brought out of retirement to track him...
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Aug.24.2011
Gary Jackson is raised to hate. Hate the United States, its people, and everything they have ever stood for. His mission is to destroy the country from within, allying himself with the worst of America’s enemies, and one very powerful and malevolent billionaire, to accomplish the deed. Once...
City of Secrets
Aug.23.2011
Pandora Blake wanted to be famous. Instead, she wound up working at a peep show on San Francisco’s Treasure Island. And on May 25th 1940, opening day for the World’s Fair, the stage hands find her stabbed through the breast, an anti-Semitic slur scrawled in blood across her white skin … Enter ex-...
Terror Travels The Devil's Highway
Aug.01.2011
A Maggie Lopez, Border Patrol Agent Novel Al-Qaeda terrorists travel from Afghanistan to the Philippines, Columbia and Mexico where along the way Islamic fundamentalists and drug lords are all too happy to assist. Their reprehensible mission—spread fear far beyond New York City and Washington DC,...
The Marriage of Silence and Sin
Jun.21.2011
“The characters are vibrant, believable, and relevant to the contemporary world . . . . Lyon’s debut novel is well worth reading. She is a writer to watch for in the future. ”  -- ForeWord Clarion Review,  Janine Stinson Though The Marriage of Silence and Sin is set in a sleepy Midwestern town,...
The Kill Option by Bryan Cassiday
Jun.04.2011
In the explosive international thriller "The Kill Option," the feuding McQueen brothers must band together to prevent the apocalypse of World War III.  One brother, Nick, is a journalist who seeks the truth.  The other, Barry, is a CIA hit man who leads a double life.  The two brothers...
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Jun.02.2011
We all keep secrets? Is someone monitoring them? Even changing them?  I am pleased to announce that today marks the debut of my latest novel, Devil's Plaything. It's a fast-paced suspense story set in San Francisco, built around a conspiracy drawn from real science. This is what Publishers Weekly...
The Anaconda Complex:  A Thriller by Bryan Cassiday
May.20.2011
United States Senator John Stockwall is kidnaped on the doorstep of his house in McLean, Virginia.  That's just the beginning of a conspiracy hatched to shake America to its very foundations.  The trail of the kidnapers leads Nick McQueen, who is a CIA hit man and a fugitive from the authorities,...