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  • Denim, Diamonds and Death

    Bouchercon Anthology 2019

    Denim, Diamonds and Death offers a fine collection from authors supporting the 50th Anniversary of the Bouchercon World Mystery Convention in Dallas, Texas.Here are fifteen stories that run the gamut from heists to revenge, intricate plots to secrets uncovered, and more than a few tales that defy easy classification.Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to the 2019 Bouchercon’s official ... Read more

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  • The Great Filling Station Holdup

    Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Jimmy Buffett

    Jimmy Buffett is one of the great contemporary singer/songwriters, and it’s hard to imagine a citizen of Planet Earth unfamiliar with such classic hits as “Margaritaville.” Jimmy has also written novels, children’s books, memoirs, and a stage musical based on Herman Wouk’s Don’t Stop the Carnival, and his family-friendly concerts almost always sell out to audiences comprised of a mix of dedicated ... Read more

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  • Blood Work

    Edited by Rick Ollerman. Alphabetical list of contributors: Scott Adlerberg, Eric Beetner, Kristi Belcamino, Michael A. Black, Michael Bracken, Don Bruns, Gary R. Bush, Austin Camacho, Dave Case, Jessie Chandler, Reed Farrel Coleman, Jen Conley, John Gaspard, Lois Greiman, Libby Fischer Hellmann, David Housewright, William Kent Krueger, Jess Lourey, Michael Allan Mallory, Terrence McCauley, Jenny ... Read more

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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

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  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1 Issue 1

    We know a healthy appetite for well-written short stories exists and we want to help make things better. Our goal with Down & Out: The Magazine is to be a little different than other magazines by standing on the shoulders of the giants that have come before us, or at least tiptoe along the arrows in the backs of the pioneers of modern magazine publishing.Each issue will feature a story based on a ... 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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  • Down & Out: The Magazine Volume 1 Issue 4

    Issue four closes our exciting first year with the very talented debut of Arthur Klepchukov. His intelligent “A Damn Fine Town” is followed by film director and writer John Shepphird and a prequel to his award-nominated “Shill” trilogy, a bit of a teaser for those of you who may not have discovered Jane Innes…yet.Brian Silverman is up next with a story set on his fictional Caribbean island of St. ... Read more

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  • 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 1 Issue 2

    Picking up from where our last issue left off, we have another group of crime stories written especially for us. Starting with ex-police detective Lissa Marie Redmond whose short fiction has appeared in anthologies like Akashic’s Buffalo Noir and whose debut novel will be out in February 2018, we move along to novelist Andrew Welsh-Huggins, author of the Andy Hayes PI series.Then we have a ... Read more

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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

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  • Turnabout / Shallow Secrets

    by Rick Ollerman ...
    Turnabout: Ex-cop Frankie O'Neil is caught in the middle of a murder and money laundering scheme in Florida, forced to fight for his family while trying to survive in a world he thought he'd left behind. Shallow Secrets: An unsatisfactory conclusion to a series of crimes cost James Robinson his career—eight years later, a new wave of murder may finally redeem him. ... Read more

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    Best of the Akashic Noir Series

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    “All the heavy hitters, from Michael Connelly in Los Angeles to Joyce Carol Oates in suburban New Jersey . . . an important anthology.”—The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice)Features Dennis Lehane’s story “Animal Rescue,” the inspiration for the movie The Drop starring Tom Hardy.Launched with the summer 2004 award-winning bestseller Brooklyn Noir, the groundbreaking Akashic Noir series ... Read more

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