Tag: crime fiction

  • Steve Goble: City Problems

    Steve Goble: City Problems

    “I was supposed to be ready for anything.“ Detective Ed Runyon escaped from New York to rural Ohio years ago. He left behind the city and the memory of a dead girl nailed to a wall. It was a case that almost broke him. Runyon did everything possible to forget, therapy, medication, booze, and he Read more

  • Pete Mesling: The Portable Nine

    Pete Mesling: The Portable Nine

    Nine villians…no wait, nine assassins, because not all assassins are villians… Welcome to the world of The Portable Nine. They dispersed years ago to their own decay and devices. Now Davenport, the Mad Man of Malta, is bringing them all together again in a venture to make them rich, and have a bit of revenge Read more

  • Lisa Nikolidakis: No One Crosses the Wolf

    Lisa Nikolidakis: No One Crosses the Wolf

    Available September 1, 2022 It was in 2003 that Lisa Nikolidakis‘ brother Mike called to tell her that her father was dead. And more than that, he had shot and killed two other people before turning the gun on himself. As they try to process his actions, only Lisa has a better idea of what Read more

  • Margot Kinberg: A Matter of Motive

    Margot Kinberg: A Matter of Motive

    A Patricia Stanley Investigation Ron Clemons, CEO of Mid-Atlantic Publicity Services, is on his way to a client meeting when he feels ill. As his situation worsens he manages to pull his car to the side of the road. His body is found in the drivers seat shortly thereafter. The medical examiner finds high levels Read more

  • Paul Heatley: Cutthroat

    Paul Heatley: Cutthroat

    Full Confession: Today was spent celebrating my youngest son’s engagement to a wonderful young woman. So I’ve stolen a post (yet again) from my UK blogging friend Colman.

  • James L’Etoile: Dead Drop

    James L’Etoile: Dead Drop

    Available July 19 – Pre-order Here Maricopa County Detective Nathan Parker is a good cop, but he’s put his life on hold over the death of his partner. He’s left behind relationships, and his work has suffered – he can’t let go. Working on the border means coyotes and illegals are crossing the border regularly. Read more

  • Ireland Bound!

    Ireland Bound!

    I’m heading off to Ireland this evening and I’m very excited about my trip. Hence an early post – Saturday instead of my usual Sunday. Here’s some suggested reading from my blogging friend Colman and his great crime fiction website: Criminal Col’s Library. Please Click Here for his April reading list, and stay to discover Read more

  • Victoria Weisfeld: Architect of Courage

    Victoria Weisfeld: Architect of Courage

    Available June 4th – Preorder Here “He wasn’t on easy terms with betrayal – not enough practice. Nor was he clever with lies and excuses.” Archer Landis – successful architect, married man. Slipping away from an industry dinner he finds Julia, the woman he’s in love with, murdered in her apartment. He’s devasted but does Read more

  • Antti Tuomainen: The Rabbit Factor

    Antti Tuomainen: The Rabbit Factor

    I am an actuary. As a rule, I don’t run adventure parks, and I certainly don’t batter people to death with giant, plastic rabbit ears. But as I said, my life hasn’t been following the probability calculus for some time now. Henri Koskinen couldn’t have calculated the way his job turned into something as unfathomable Read more

  • Dietrich Kalteis: Nobody From Somewhere

    Dietrich Kalteis: Nobody From Somewhere

    Available June 7, 2022 – Preorder Here Wren Jones is a 15 year old runaway from the foster care system. She picked the wrong car to use the back seat to sleep in. Fitch Henry Haut is a retired detective, widowed, and dying from cancer. While waiting for the meatloaf special in a Vancouver diner, Read more