Tag: #murderincommon

  • Michael J Clark: The Truth You’re Told

    Michael J Clark: The Truth You’re Told

    Freshly fired from her job Sam Hutchins heads to the family cabin in Manitoba, Canada. Sam is joined by her daughter Meg, and begins to reconnect with lake friends from prior years. She’s supposed to be writing a book, but time and reacquaintances are moving her along with little on the page. It’s digging into Read more

  • Mark Leichliter: The Other Side

    Mark Leichliter: The Other Side

    It starts with a missing girl, like those that are so often never found. And the beginning of the search brings us into the realm of Detective Steve Wendell. As we move into the investigation and no trace of Brittany Rogers can be found, Wendell doesn’t give-in. It’s not obsession, but as a good cop, Read more

  • Paul Heatley: Bloodline

    Paul Heatley: Bloodline

    He’s AWOL from a black-ops unit and moves often to leave no trace. It’s when his brother Anthony’s pregnant wife is murdered, that Tom Rollins comes home. The once fuck-up Anthony had gone undercover for the FBI and infiltrated a neo Nazi group. He was outed, leading to his wife’s death, and his own brutal Read more

  • Adam Bregman: Angelino Heights

    Adam Bregman: Angelino Heights

    Dalton Everest’s life as a teacher is pretty standard. While quite the character with his quirky wit and offbeat sense of humour, he has a narrow group of friends and leads a steady life. He frets about his lack of height and sticks to corduroy jackets from thrift shops to make a statement. A chance Read more

  • Robin Yocum: The Sacrifice of Lester Yates

    Robin Yocum: The Sacrifice of Lester Yates

    Hutch Van Buren is the Attorney General of Ohio and bored beyond belief. Always someone who roots for the underdog and a talented, driven prosecutor, he longs for more of… something. ‘Something’ walks into his office one day without an appointment. Black binders carried by prison guard Reno Moretti. Lester Yates, the Egypt Valley Strangler Read more

  • Stephen J. Golds: Love Like Bleeding Out

    Stephen J. Golds: Love Like Bleeding Out

    With an Empty Gun in Your Hand Love Like Bleeding out is a broad look at the work of Stephen J. Golds and it will rouse and churn you. It’s the kind of collection impossible to complete in one reading. For me, breathing space was necessary to ruminate and digest. The kind of work your Read more

  • Amy Suiter Clarke: Girl, 11

    Amy Suiter Clarke: Girl, 11

    Available April 20th Elle Castillo is a podcaster who investigates crime. She’s good at it, having solved two cases in as many years as she’s been on air. Deciding to investigate whether The Countdown Killer (TCK) is alive 20-years after he stopped, has her listener audience rapidly increasing. Investigators believe he died in a cabin Read more

  • Jonathan Brown: Don’t Shoot the Drummer

    Jonathan Brown: Don’t Shoot the Drummer

    There’s a 3-member burglary crew around Los Angeles targeting homes under fumigation tents. The press dubs them, the Tent Gang. They’ve been successful, in and out with no problems. Until the night a security guard catches them and is shot and killed for his efforts. Lou Crasher the dynamic, amateur PI is working with the Read more

  • C.S. O’Cinneide: Starr Sign + Interview

    C.S. O’Cinneide: Starr Sign + Interview

    The Return of Candace Starr The next book in The Candace Starr Series couldn’t have come at a better time. Starr is out there as a character, and we could all use a little bit of out right now. Starr becomes determined to find her mother. The same mother who abandoned her as a young Read more

  • Andy McNab: SAS Red Notice

    Andy McNab: SAS Red Notice

    Sergeant Tom Buckingham is member of an SAS Regiment and he’s met the love of his life, Delphine. Kinda nice right? Their relationship is floundering though, he’s often deployed at a moment’s notice, or unable to resolve his mission in time, continually missing events and their time together. Believing it’s over, Delphine boards the Eurostar Read more