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- Out today: SILENCE, the new Celcius Daly novel by Anthony Quinn
Celcius Daly, a Catholic detective in a Protestant nation, is back. Read his latest adventure now... available in paperback and eBook!Read more
- Bouchercon's Anthony Award nominees announced
The nominees are in--and one of them is ours!Read more
- Francis Bacon is back in NIGHTS IN BERLIN by Janice Law
We're proud to release the fourth installment of Janice Law's award-winning Francis Bacon series: Nights in Berlin is available now.Read more
- SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR--back in paperback!
This seminal work of espionage fiction--the basis for Three Days of the Condor, the hit 1975 film starring Robert Redford--has been out of print for years, and we're thrilled to be getting it back on bookshelves.Read more
- From Page to Screen: Evelyn Piper's The Nanny
Of our recently-acquired Evelyn Piper novels, perhaps the most immediately recognizable title is 1964’s The Nanny, which, in 1965, was made into the popular Bette Davis vehicle of the same name.Read more
- Stellar review of J. Robert Janes's THE SLEEPER!
The Globe and Mail praises the combination of "great history with excellent action."Read more
- New eBooks from Benjamin M. Schutz
We’ve just added eight titles from Edgar and Shamus Award-winning author Benjamin M. Schutz to our eBook collection!Read more
- Associated Press Cites Gary Phillips as Precursor to Black Lives Matter-Era Crime Fiction
Looking at current and upcoming releases in the crime fiction genre, one may notice a trend: it is clear that the intense media attention given to the police killings of black men will have a large role to play in this year’s publications.Read more
- Mr. and Mrs. North are now available in eBook formats!
We've just made all 26 Mr. and Mrs. North mysteries—characters that thrilled from page to stage to screen—available in eBook formats!Read more
- Nicholas Cage to direct Joyce Carol Oates adaptation!
This just in! Indiewire announces Nicholas Cage’s newest directorial venture: a film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’s Rape: A Love StoryRead more
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