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A.W. Hill's Books

Mar.01.2010
The trade paperback release of A.W. Hill's second Stephan Raszer Investigation, originally published in hardcover by Carroll & Graf (2006). This edition has been revised and updated (although with alternative history, dates are always a speculative matter). In this outing, Raszer is hired to extricate a sexually conflicted young lawyer from the cult which has developed around a...
The Last Days Of Madame Rey
May.01.2007
Sleuth, scholar, shaman: A W. Hill’s hero Stephan Raszer is no ordinary private eye, which explains why crime fiction master Ian Rankin has dubbed him “a James Bond for the spiritually uncertain 21st century.” And why the Los Angeles Times pronounced Raszer’s darkness-in-daylight world one filled with “twists, turns, thrills and turbulence.” In The Last Days of Madame Rey, Raszer'...
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Thumbnail: L.A. cult investigator Stephan Raszer tracks a kidnapped Jehovah’s Witness girl and discovers a cabal of assassins using an alternate reality game to recruit its footsoldiers.   A Jehovah’s Witness girl is abducted in tandem with a ritualistic triple homicide in the San Gabriel Mountains east of Los Angeles. The church engages cult specialist and shamanic P.I....