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"Corrida de Toros", a short story by Sam Hawken

“He wanted to be out of Mexico, and he never wanted to come back.”

This story is part of our anthology BORDERLAND NOIR, edited by… 21 more words

Crime Novel

Free climbing: excerpt from DIRTY PICTURES

Patricia Ketola‘s novel Dirty Pictures is about artistic daredevilry. It is a cultural romp, peopled by musicians, painters and performance artists, and it conceptualizes a world in which the older artistic traditions manage to embrace the younger, more conceptual definitions of art. 1,510 more words

Crime Noir

DUP Departs -- And Gavin Mills Arrives

DUP Departs and Gavin Mills Arrives

Welcome back, friends, to the fourth installment in the lead up to Mystery Thriller Week, 2/12/17 – 2/22/17, the first ever of its kind of Facebook, a week (give or take a few days!) where readers, writers, bloggers and book reviewers who enjoy a good mystery or thriller will gather together, virtually, to have a look around the bend as to what’s out there in this genre, to read author interviews and book reviews, and to sign in to author “power hours” where authors will be exchanging and interfacing with their audience in real time. 1,807 more words

Archie Meets Nero Wolfe

Archie Meets Nero Wolfe

by Robert Goldsborough

To become part of the Nero Wolfe legend, Archie Goodwin must prove his worth

Archie Goodwin comes to New York City hoping for a bit of excitement.

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Harry Hunsicker: The Devil's Country

No ones hero

Someone’s saviour

Once a Texas Ranger, now inveterate traveller, Arlo Baines moves from hill to hollow to forget. The void in his life is unfillable. 130 more words

Murder In Common

Black and White Case

Started the way it always does, officer, with a dame and a deal. I’m sitting in Murphy’s when this broad sways over. She’s invented something like a photo filter but for life. 70 more words

Science Fiction

Lady Gangster

Another B-grade gangster film, with a cast of unknowns, except for a younger Jackie Gleason.

This is a remake of a 1933 film called Ladies They Talk About… 76 more words