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Book Review: ‘Russian Hill’ by Ty Hutchinson

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In a secret game of murder only the maker of the game wins. Read More »

An Interview With Geoffrey Girard About His New Books ‘Project Cain’ and ‘Cain’s Blood’

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"Are we shaped more by our Nature or our Nurture? I’ve landed on a 50/50 split, with each providing both weaknesses and strengths." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Omens: A Cainsville Novel’ by Kelley Armstrong

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A sinster past haunts a young woman who only finds out she is adopted when her beloved father dies. Can she live with the past that unfolds? Read More »

Book Review: Cork Town by Ty Hutchinson

A cover up that reaches to the top in Detroit politics. Read More »

Book Review: The Missings by Peg Brantley

Are the mutilated bodies of young men and women a serial killer, a cult, or simply greed at work? Read More »

Book Review: Red Tide by Peg Brantley

A mile-high thriller and a great debut novel. Read More »

Book Review: Stirred by J.A. Konrath and Blake Crouch

When evil incarnate meets the toughest female detective alive. Read More »

Canadian Serial Killer Clifford Olson May Have Only Days to Live

A dreadful chapter in Canadian crime history will finally be closed. Read More »

Book Review: Death in the City of Light: The Serial Killer of Nazi-Occupied Paris by David King

Serial killer used tumult of Nazi-occupied Paris to mask his string of murders. Read More »

Review: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson

The story of the improbable success of the 1893 Chicago world fair and the impossible suspect, a serial killer. Read More »