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The Last Witness: Denzil Meyrick

Retribution comes home to roost

A villain thought dead for five years has returned to wreck vengeance and DCI Jim Daley is in stunned disbelief. Having attended the autopsy of James Machie, after he was assassinated in an assault on his prison bus, how can he possibly still be alive? 131 more words

Murder In Common

Translation rights news: Sam Hawken

Just released: the German-language edition of Sam Hawken’s novel
La Frontera

Published by Polar Verlag. Translated by Karen Witthuhn

(click on the cover for the link to the German edition) 65 more words


You Killed Wesley Payne by Sean Beaudoin

Dalton Rev rolls into town to work on the case he was hired for – to find out who killed Salt River High student Wesley Payne. 500 more words


**REVIEW** ~ Dark City (Nick Harland British Detective Series Book 4): Serial Killer Crime Noir, by Bill Carson

Crime Noir

Book Blurb

A must read for all those who like to sit uncomfortably on the edge of their seats.

Dark City is the fourth book in the Nick Harland detective series. 640 more words

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The king of Jacksonville noir fashions a blazing darkness

Second Skin, by Michael Wiley. Severn House. 225 pages. Hardcover $29.95.

When Sheneel Greene, a lovely nineteen year old near-Albino college student, is found dead on property connected with the Phelps Paper Company, the police inquiry seems lackadaisical. 403 more words

Authors And Books

Review of Craig McDonald's DEATH IN THE FACE by Les Edgerton

This latest in Craig McDonald’s Hector Lassiter series—Death in the Face–is perhaps his finest. It’s my fervent hope that this isn’t the last in this wonderful series!

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