A highly original and fun homage to the great hard boiled detectives of the past.
"Looking for a publisher involves hitting your head against a brick wall repeatedly, and you can't stop until you knock a hole in it," says Amsden.
The Dresden Files combines the detective genre with urban fantasy for a thrill ride that shows no signs of stopping.
Three wonderful feature-length mysteries featuring Agatha Christie's brilliant Belgian, Hercule Poirot.
Annotations mean we'll never be clueless.
The 12th entry in the Paris-set Aimee Leduc Investigation series has our protagonist trying to reconcile a murder with another's disappearance - while events get curiouser and curiouser...
Pie in the Sky, a fun detective/cooking mystery series, is finally out in one DVD set containing all 5 series.
An ex cop attempts to track down a mad man who "collects" people to torture and kill.
With Rule 34 Charles Stross has managed to craft perhaps the best Science Fiction novel I have ever read.
"People who read the series see “me” in it, but I see my father. It’s rather fun," states the author.