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Double Page Spread ep 162 Casefile Arkham

It’s a return visit from the crew of 01 Publishing- Josh Finney, Kat Rocha and Patrick McEvoy. They have a sequel to their successful graphic novel, “Casefile: Arkham”. 87 more words


Freebie Friday: The Most Dangerous Dame

I’m pleased to offer the second full-length Troubleshooter novel for free, this weekend only. (Sept. 9-11)

Who is the Troubleshooter? Just a hardly-working slick that goes by the name of Mick Trubble: the hard-drinking, chain-smoking, wry-witted private eye of the future. 133 more words

Bard Constantine



My double feature e-book, ‘Sabotage’, containing both my World War 2 thriller-noir novels, ‘The Informer’ and ‘Codename Panzer’ is on sale right now. 47 more words

The Informer

E-book rights to Kevin Stevens' novel “Reach the Shining River” licensed to Endeavour Press

Following on from the success of “Francesca” by Donald Finnaeus Mayo, we are delighted to announce the new release of the Ebook edition of Kevin Stevens’ novel “Reach the Shining River” by the UK’s leading independent digital publisher, Endeavour Press. 351 more words


Crime-On-Crime Review Series #20: December Boys, by Joe Clifford

(Editor’s Note: This review was penned by crime fiction author C.S. DeWildt)

December Boys by Joe Clifford is the follow-up to last year’s Anthony Award-nominated… 308 more words

Caught In The Act by Brian J. Smith

Deadman’s Tome is home to Book of Horrors, a horror anthology loaded with terrifying horror short stories that’ll chill you to the bone!

DISCLAIMER: Deadman’s Tome is a dark and gritty horror zine that publishes content not suitable for children. 491 more words



Release: 1968
Country: United States
Director: Peter Yates
Screenplay: Alan Trustman, Harry Kleiner
Starring: Steve McQueen, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Vaughn, Don Gordon, Simon Oakland, Norman Fell, Robert Duvall, Georg Stanford Brown. 2,276 more words

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