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 We aim to release 2-5 titles per month starting with back catalogs and leading to new, unpublished titles.
With a mountain of personal debt, Clark Stanton is facing financial meltdown until a stranger offers him a lifeline in return for a favor. As the manager of Seattle’s crime lab, all Clark has to do is make the rape kit evidence against the mayor’s son go away … CRIME AND JUSTICE by Martin Bodenham.
ECONOCLASH REVIEW #6 is better than UV or bleach for curing those COVID blues, and just as despicable. Edited by J.D. Graves, these nine quality cheap thrills of the dankest macabre and criminally petty, are guaranteed to delight your senses, tickle your outrage, and engorge your brain with blood.
An Angel of Mercy serial killer targets the elderly, but when a visitor catches her in the act, the Angel is forced to murder her. Her husband seeks revenge. The Angel seeks some form of completion she sees in him. And their cat-and-mouse game begins. TOGETHER THEY WERE CRIMSON by Ryan Sayles.
After a miscarriage, a young couple move from San Francisco to the Sacramento suburbs to restart their lives. When the vacant house across the street is taken over by what they think are squatters, they’re pulled into a battle neither of them bargained for … COLDWATER by Tom Pitts.
A small-town deputy writing tickets where she used to raise hell, and a teenager at odds with his rural criminal family, race to find a missing local girl in FOLLOW YOU DOWN, a crime novel by Geoff Hyatt.
From the team that brought you THE NIGHT OF THE FLOOD comes a new novel-in-stories that blurs the lines between what's true, and what we think is true…THE SWAMP KILLERS, edited by Sarah M. Chen and E.A. Aymar.
Shortly after her brother is convicted of the brutal murder Lizzy Greiner is found dead. Next to her charred body, investigators find her journal, safely stored inside a fireproof box. Her narrative calls into question everything investigators thought they knew about the murder. THE LANTERN MAN by Jon Bassoff.
In A BETTER KIND OF HATE, the struggle began. In THE BIG MACHINE EATS, the struggle continued. Now, with ALL OF THEM TO BURN, the struggle concludes. Bishop Rider doing what he does best: saving the world one bleeding degenerate at a time. Stories by Beau Johnson.
A relentless stalker has been terrorizing Jessica Smith, and, out of good options, she finally turns to her last resort—private investigator Anderson West—in I KNOW WHERE YOU SLEEP, a P.I. Thriller by Alan Orloff.
Terry Brennan is a great reporter. All he has to do now is find out who set him up for murder before the cops and Nicky Baines, Harlem’s most violent drug dealer catch up with him. THE STONE CARRIER by Robert Ward.
TROUBLE & STRIFE: Crime Stories Inspired by Cockney Rhyming Slang edited by Simon Wood. With stories by Steve Brewer, Susanna Calkins, Colin Campbell, Angel Luis Colón, Robert Dugoni, Paul Finch, Catriona McPherson, Travis Richardson, Johnny Shaw, Jay Stringer, and Sam Wiebe.
For Sheriff’s Deputy Wes Spahn, this isn’t just another case. For Spahn, this case will have too many emotional similarities to his first case as a detective, similarities that will leave him questioning everything…THE UNKNOWING by Trey R. Barker.