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Andrew Vachss is featured in this week’s giveaway

Andrew Vachss is featured in this week’s giveaway

Crimespree magazine,  in conjunction with Friday Reads Facebook page,  is offering you a chance to win  a copies of SHOCK WAVE, MORTAL LOCK, and AFTERSHOCK by Andrew Vachss

SHOCKWAVE

Dell, a former mercenary, and his wife, Dolly, a former battlefield nurse, believe they have finally found a place of peace in a deceptively idyllic small town on the Oregon coast.

But early one morning, just…

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Q&A with J.A. Jance

Q&A with J.A. Jance

REMAINS OF INNOCENCE  has J. A. Jance once again writing a great storyline. Before starting this book readers might want to download the novella, The Old Blue Linethat offers a backstory on Joanna Brady’s husband Butch Dixon. Both involve murder mysteries that are very suspenseful. The novella has Butch being a person of interest when his ex-wife is found killed. The book has two storylines going…

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THE POOR BOY’S GAME by Dennis Tafoya

THE POOR BOY’S GAME by Dennis Tafoya

From the Buzz Bin in the next issue of Crimespree Magazine:

PoorSon of a bitch can Dennis Tafoya write! THE POOR BOY’S GAME weighing in at just over 320 pages packs a giant punch, right to the throat. Frannie Mullen used to be a US Marshal, but after a fellow agent and friend is killed in the line of duty she out of work and out of sorts. Trying to put her own life in perspective she is also dealing…

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Batman #232 with Kate (and Dan)

Batman #232 with Kate (and Dan)

::Kate sits alone in a dark room. The only light is coming from a single floor lamp, casting a brilliant light over the right side of her face. The harsh light makes her eye tear, but she’s too stubborn to adjust the shade. Also, she sits with her fingers tented like Mr. Burns from The Simpsons. ‘Cause she thinks it looks cool.::

K: That’s a really long opening. Do you think anyone is still…

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STARSKY & HUTCH: The Complete Series set for November

STARSKY & HUTCH: The Complete Series set for November

StarskyAndHutch_Complete_MCEMill Creek has announced that, on November 10th, they will be releasing STARSKY AND HUTCH: The Complete Series.

First Time ALL 4 Seasons Are Available In One Package! Since its debut season the popular detective series Starsky & Hutch, produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg and starring Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul was a breakout hit.

By Season Two, their way-cool Gran Torino,…

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The Innocents: Part Thirteen

The Innocents: Part Thirteen

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TWENTY-FOUR

 

Saturday morning brought thundershowers, rain falling and the sun shining, then the last of the clouds crowded out of the L.A. basin east toward Arizona. By nine the sky was clear and blue, odd contrast to the flood warnings broadcast for some canyon and low-lying areas.

After dozing intermittently, Wil turned the clock radio from low to off,…

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REMAINS OF INNOCENCE by J.A. Jance

REMAINS OF INNOCENCE by J.A. Jance

REMAINS OF INNOCENCE
Harpercollings
July 22, 2014

Remains Of Innocence has J. A. Jance once again writing a great storyline. Before starting this book readers might want to download the novella, The Old Blue Line, that offers a backstory on Joanna Brady’s husband Butch Dixon. Both involve murder mysteries that are very suspenseful.

The Old Blue Line has Butch being a person of interest when his…

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COURIER by Terry Irving reviewed

COURIER Terry Irving 2014 Exhibit A I am a huge fan of early 1970’s thriller movies, especially the political and espionage movies laden with conspiracies.

COURIER by Terry Irving reviewed

COURIER Terry Irving 2014 Exhibit A I am a huge fan of early 1970’s thriller movies, especially the political and espionage movies laden with conspiracies.

Tales From The Blue Line 24

Tales From The Blue Line 24

It had been a busy stretch. An immediate assignment “right out of the barn,” as we used to say, virtually every day. At 4:00 p.m. we’d be running to the squad straight from roll call. Better this than getting some over-the-hill day shift detective’s meaningless follow up, one of my partners used to say.

And he was right. Nothing worse than finishing someone else’s work because they wanted to go…

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John Connolly on his forthcoming WOLF IN WINTER

John Connolly talks about WOLF IN WINTER, his forthcoming Charlie Parker novel. WOLF IN WINTER lands on bookshelves on October 28, 2014.