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Book Review: ‘Hour Of The Rat’ by Lisa Brackmann

hour of the rat

Iraq War vet Ellie McEnroe gets entangled in a conspiracy that may or may not involve a sinister biotech company, eco-terrorists and an art-obsessed Chinese billionaire. Read More »

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

A brilliant debut novel in the noir/hardboiled genre that will shake new life into it. 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 »

An Interview With Ace Atkins About His Spenser Book, Lullaby

Author Ace Atkins discusses what it was like to take over Robert Parker's Spenser series. Read More »

Book Review: The Pyramid: The First Wallander Cases by Henning Mankell

A collection of short stories and novellas fill in the “missing years” at the beginning of hard-boiled detective Wallander’s career in contemporary Sweden. Read More »

DVD Review: Marlowe

The noir detective, transported to the swinging 60s. Read More »

Book Review: The Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories, Edited by Otto Penzler

Penzler presents a great collection of classic pulp fiction from the pages of Black Mask. Read More »

Interview: John Knoerle, Author of A Despicable Profession: Book Two of the American Spy Trilogy

Discover author John Knoerle and his memorable piece of advice for the world! Read More »

DVD Review: Rock Slyde

Even Patrick Warburton's brand of funny can't save Rock Slyde from itself. Read More »