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Two new titles from Christianna Brand

This just in: Two new titles from Christianna Brand have been added to our collection! 

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Anthony Quinn on the Daily Beast

Over at The Daily Beast, Anthony Quinn has an article about his major inspiration for his new novel, Silence: his grade school teacher, Father Faul, a priest who used the collar as a shield for his activities during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

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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!

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Bouchercon's Anthony Award nominees announced

The nominees are in--and one of them is ours!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Stellar review of J. Robert Janes's THE SLEEPER!

The Globe and Mail praises the combination of "great history with excellent action."

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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!

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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. 

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