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Book Review: Blood on the Mink by Robert Silverberg

A hard-boiled piece of crime fiction from the s-f master gets issued for the first time in book form. Read More »

Book Review: Hurt Machine (Moe Prager Series #7) by Reed Farrel Coleman

Razors-edge crime fiction from the hard-boiled poet laureate. Read More »

Book Review: The Consummata by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins

A posthumous "collaboration" brings back a Spillane hero from the sixties. Read More »

Book Review: Quarry’s Ex by Max Allan Collins

The hitman's hitman returns to protect the husband of his duplicitous ex. Read More »

Book Review: Horse Money by Richard Wormser

A slim quartet of racetrack crime fiction from the 1930s provides a breezy Depression Era snapshot. Read More »

DVD Review: The Moon in the Gutter

A stylish and overblown adapatation of a hard-boiled author's lesser work. Read More »

Book Review: The Wicked World by Richard Lange

Very good first novel could have been great. Watch for more from novelist Richard Lange. Read More »