We are lover’s of quality, well-written stories of crime. We look for and publish great writers…some you’ve heard of, some you haven’t. These are folks you should be reading. We aim to release 2-5 titles per month starting with back catalogs and leading to new, unpublished titles.
When Clarisse Dufresne refuses to participate in a plan proposed by agents of a shadowy international crime syndicate, she is rescued by a mysterious man concealed by a black obsidian mask, shot at and pursued. A great suspenseful tale.
A worthy successor to "Catching Water in a Net", Abramo's second in the San Francisco based Jake Diamond series is a clever and well-crafted detective novel, gritty enough to satisfy hard-boiled readers but not so dark that it will put off more traditional mystery fans.
In this award-winning debut, San Francisco PI Jake Diamond is a hero who plays both sides of the Private Eye street. Jake's first adventure has all the components of a great new private eye series-scares, suspense, lots of laughs, a few tears and a big surprise at the end.
A soldier goes missing in Hawaii. He's the son of Harry Pines' old cellmate. Friendship - and a beautiful woman - draw Harry into the case and he discovers runaway girls turned into hookers, missing military weapons, and a little army of power-mad Mormon Fundamentalists. When the Mormon leader seizes the woman for a wife, Harry brings enough heat to turn his island paradise into an ice cold hell.
Harry Pines lives in Hawaii in "a better lifestyle than you'd expect from a squared-up ex-con." He's not a shamus with a shingle, just a guy with a lot of dangerous skills and a few friends. He helps where he can. Chicago Shiver takes him to the pinnacle of Illinois political power where he uncovers the dark secret of the strange death of a beautiful model who trusted the wrong man.