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  • Bullets and Other Hurting Things

    A Tribute to Bill Crider

    In a career spanning nearly four decades, Bill Crider published more than sixty crime fiction, westerns, horror, men’s adventure and YA novels. In this collection 20 of today’s best and brightest, all friends and fans of Bill’s, come together with original stories to pay tribute to his memory. Authors include: William Kent Krueger, Bill Pronzini, Joe R. Lansdale, Patricia Abbott, Ben Boulden, ... Read more

    $7.99 USD

  • Home Invasion

    Home Invasion, a novel in stories, looks at two generations of the Batch family over forty years, and the ways in which alcohol, petty crime, poor parenting, and bad choices have had a negative impact on them.Each story in the book advances their journey by a number of years. The stories can stand alone but read together tell a tale that is both unique and familiar.Home Invasion examines poverty, ... Read more

    $5.99 USD

  • Greasepaint & .45s

    Clowns are like politics; everyone has an opinion on them. In this collection of short stories you’ll find numerous takes on the world of the painted harlequin entertainer. Often maligned in today’s day and age, the institution of the clown means something to everyone.And sure, most of these clowns are armed. They’re less than concerned about the moral ramifications of their actions. Hell, they ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • Murder-a-Go-Go's

    Crime Fiction Inspired by the Music of The Go-Go's

    The Go-Go’s made music on their own terms and gave voice to a generation caught between the bra-burning irreverence of the seventies and the me-first decadence of the eighties. Anthems like “We Got the Beat,” “Our Lips Are Sealed,” and “Vacation” are an indelible part of our collective soundtrack, but more than that, they speak to the power and possibility of youth. Inspired by punk but not yoked ... Read more

    $7.99 USD

  • Monkey Justice

    In print for the first time, Monkey Justice collects the first stories of Anthony, Edgar and Macavity-nominated author Patricia Abbott.These stories explore the dark side of human behavior and are more about victims than perpetrators of crime: a father oversteps his proscribed duties, a young woman awakens something dormant in an older man, a young man saves his family but loses himself, a boy is ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • Skin & Bones

    From a host of bestselling and award-winning authors come the stories from the darkest corners of their imaginations featuring one of the most abhorrent acts of mankind; cannibalism!Throughout history, human beings have feasted on human flesh. Whether it was to survive starvation or to horrify their enemies or to satisfy their own deranged urges, people have eaten other people for centuries.Skin & ... Read more

    $7.99 USD

  • Deadlines: A Tribute to William E. Wallace

    Deadlines is a tribute anthology dedicated to the memory of writer and crime fiction enthusiast, William E. Wallace. A career journalist, Wallace got a first-hand look at the darker side of humanity working at various papers in California before settling at the San Francisco Chronicle. Upon retiring, Wallace engaged fully into the crime fiction community connecting with writers and readers not ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1 Issue 3

    series The Magazine #3
    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

  • Shot In Detroit

    Nominated for the Edgar Award and the Anthony AwardViolet Hart is a photographer who has always returned to cobble out a life for herself in the oddly womblike interiors of Detroit. Nearing forty, she’s keenly aware that the time for artistic recognition is running out. When her lover, Bill, a Detroit mortician, needs a photograph of a body, she agrees to takes the picture. It’s an artistic ... Read more

    $5.39 USD

  • Concrete Angel

    Nominated for the Anthony and Macavity AwardEvil doesn’t always live next door. Sometimes it lives right in your own home.Eve Moran has always wanted things,” her powers of seduction impossible to resist for those who come in contact with her toxic allure. And over the course of her life, she has proven both inventive and tenacious in getting and keeping whatever such things catch her eye, whether ... Read more

    $6.29 USD

  • Aspects of the Computer-based Patient Record

    series Health Informatics
    One of the hottest political issues today concerns ways to improve national healthcare systems without incurring further costs. An extensive study by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in the United States formally reported that computer-based patient records are absolutely necessary to help contain the cost explosion in health care. The information obtained from experts, the studies conducted, and ... Read more

    $80.09 USD

  • Grimm Tales

    GRIMM TALES is a collection of stories by some of the top names in online crime fiction, all based on classic fairy tales. As novelist Ken Bruen writes in his introduction, "Ever imagined what would have come down the dark pike if The Brothers Grimm were more Brothers Coen and wrote mystery?" The collection is edited by John Kenyon, editor of Grift magazine, and contains 17 stories by Patricia ... Read more

    $4.99 USD