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  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1 Issue 3

    Book 3 - The Magazine
    This third issue of Down & Out: The Magazine features a new Jim Brodie story by Barry Lancet, whose novel Japantown has been optioned by J.J. Abrams and Warner Brothers for the Hollywood treatment. Here we have Brodie on a trip to his home in Japan and a quest to find out what’s going on with the yakuza and a perplexing kidnapping.But first up is a story by Canadian favorite Peter Sellers; he ... Read more

    $5.99 USD

  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 2 Issue 1

    Book 5 - The Magazine
    In this issue, pioneering TV writer and producer April Kelly opens with a wicked story that may remind you to pay attention to what you eat.Brendan DuBois appears with the story of an assassination and its aftermath—from the killer’s point of view.Ray Daniel & Kellye Garrett team up with a story that brings together characters from their own series.Our feature is by Walter Satterthwait, who comes ... Read more

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  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 2 Issue 2

    Book 6 - The Magazine
    There are a number of noteworthy articles in this issue of The Magazine.We are fortunate to feature some of the correspondence between two legends of crime fiction, Walter Satterthwait and Bill Crider, both of whom recently passed away. For those who knew Walter and Bill, or were just fans of their work, there is a touch of their personalities that comes through in these exchanges and, at least ... Read more

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