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Book Review: ‘Brainquake,’ The Last Pulp Crime Novel by Filmmaker Samuel Fuller


The late expatriate American moviemaker’s last pulp novel gets its long-deserved English language publication. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Borderline’ by Lawrence Block


The mystery master has another of his early pulp works resurrected. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Wrong Quarry’ by Max Allan Collins


The newest entry in Collins' hit man series takes our hard-boiled narrator back to the early eighties. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Secret Lives of Married Women’ by Elissa Wald


Hard Case Crime delves into a more erotic realm. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Joyland’ by Stephen King


King’s latest debuts as a Hard Case Crime trade pulp. Read More »

Book Review: Web of the City – by Harlan Ellison


Nobody does grim and brutal better than Ellison, no matter in what genre he is writing. Read More »

Book Review: Web of the City – by Harlan Ellison


The s-f master’s first novel, a pulpish look at Fifties street gang life, gets a reissue through Hard Case Crime. Read More »

Book Review: Seduction of the Innocent by Max Allan Collins

An engaging period detective novel set during the fifties comics scare. Read More »

Book Review: The Twenty-Year Death by Ariel S. Winter

An epic crime novel channels the voices of three masters of the form. Read More »

Book Review: False Negative by Joseph Koenig

The veteran crime writer returns to the genre after a two decade absence. Read More »