“Contrary to your belief, Doc, I think my brother is living out his full potential. As a high-spirited and well rounded sociopath.”
Classy, stylish noir at its very best.
The second graphic novel adaptation from Donald E. Westlake’s hard-nosed caper series proves as entertaining as the first.
A modern-day Marlowe makes his debut.
A caper novel with strong social overtones set against the fury of Hurricane Katrina.
Fans of the great Spencer Tracy have to check out the 1955 classic Bad Day At Black Rock.
A dark and comic take on an old noir standby.
When her daddy goes missing, sixteen year old Ree Dolly goes searching the badlands for him in order to survive.
A noir novel about a tryst in a Chicago heat wave works a hypnotic, magical spell.
Bill Pronzini's novel is a brilliant work of pulp fiction and private eye storytelling.