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[Free eBook] Curse the Names by Robert Arellano [Literary Noir Technothriller]

Curse the Names by Robert Arellano, an Edgar Award-nominated author, is is his standalone hybrid literary fiction/noir crime technothriller novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Akashic Books. 275 more words

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After Midnight at Vega Park in the Argentine

“Play with murder enough and it gets you one of two ways. It makes you sick, or you get to like it.” -Dashiell Hammett from “Red Harvest”

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Raul Khoury-Elizondo reblogged this on This Midwest Life and commented:

This will be part of an ongoing series focusing on different perspectives in regards to a murder in Kansas City, Kansas. Stay tuned for more stories on Wyandotte Confidential!

Neo-Noir Fiction: Evil Has Gone Up A Notch!

Neo-Fiction: The New Black

‘That’s only my hand child. I mean you no harm.

Trust me. There is nothing to fear.

…but don’t tell anyone I was here!’ 342 more words

Writing

A Dark Office (Short Story)

The office was dark, I liked it that way. I sat alone in the pool of light cast by an old gas lamp, and my head ached. 578 more words

Creative Writing

Moreton Island Murder Baffles Police. Investigations Continue.

 

 Story by reporter: Julie Sephlia : Twitter: i.sephlia : Facebook

Moreton Island: Idyllic Murder Scene.

Moreton Island: Body Found Under Yacht.

Moreton Island has become the scene of a most bizarre murder which has investigators stumped. 214 more words

Writing

Book in a Minute: Another Library Edition

Dr. Knox: A novel by Peter Spiegelman
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A tale of human trafficking and refugees masquerades convincingly as an L.A. noir thriller in Dr. 319 more words

Books

Crime-On-Crime (Pre)view Series #21: Fast Women and Neon Lights: Eighties-Inspired Neon Noir

Hey there crime fiction fans, Michael Pool here, back after a long break here on the Crime Syndicate blog due to some things going on in my personal and professional life that have kept me pretty busy. 853 more words