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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 »

An Interview With Max Allan Collins About His Two Newest Books

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" The premise of the witch hunt -- that comic books were inherently bad for children -- was false." 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: Lady, Go Die! by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins

A posthumous "sequel" to Spillane's debut detective novel takes our hardboiled hero out of the city. Read More »

Book Review: Top Suspense – Favorite Kills by The Top Suspense Group

Proves that short fiction is not a dying art form. 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: Deadly Beloved by Max Allan Collins

The eighties graphic novel lady detective, Ms. Tree, gets her own pulp novel. Read More »

Book Review: You Can’t Stop Me by Max Allan Collins and Matthew Clemens

When the Messenger killed J.C. Harrow's wife and son six years ago, he created an unstoppable avenger. Read More »

Book Review: Quarry in the Middle by Max Allan Collins

Trapped between two crime cartels, professional hit man Quarry cashes in on death. Read More »