White Knight and Other Pawns

White Knights and Other Pawns by Bracken MacLeod Book Review by Sadie Hartmann Bracken MacLeod is a talented writer; he’s a skilled author of many genres. I discovered this when I read 13 Views of the Suicide Woods last year. There were about a dozen short stories in that collection and I was so impressed... Continue Reading →

A Conversation With Hank Early

Ink Heist chats with Hank Early: On a Journey to Heaven’s Crooked Fingers If you flick back to a recent post we have a double review of Hank Early’s truly terrific mystery thrillers Heaven’s Crooked Finger and sequel In the Valley of the Devil. If you’re looking for an outstanding page-turner, which is quite simply... Continue Reading →

Hank Early Double Review

Hank Early Double Review: Heaven’s Crooked Finger & In the Valley of the Devil One of the most rewarding things about reviewing so many books is the fact that I am continually being blown away by new discoveries. However, many of these ‘discoveries’ are tips from fellow reviewer friends who are often my top go-to... Continue Reading →

Guns, Drugs & Money

We thought we'd share another seven of our favorite reads with you, this time featuring novels and novellas with a thread of organization running through them. Organized crime, that is. With mobsters, drug dealers, cartels, and gangsters galore, there's something we really love about this type of fiction and, given the selection, we think you... Continue Reading →

Unreliable Noir – by Alan Baxter

Until recently--literally just a few days ago--I’d not read the work of Alan Baxter. I’ve had his novel Hidden City waiting in my review queue for quite some time but haven’t gotten to it yet. But when his newest novella Manifest Recall I was deeply intrigued by the synopsis because it sang strongly to the... Continue Reading →

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