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Motor City Shakedown

Written by DE Johnson — Motor City Shakedown by is a violent, historically-based story set in a vibrant but unsettled Detroit in 1911. The author has researched the social issues of the early 20th century and it’s the details that draw the reader into the…
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The Night and the Music

Written by Lawrence Block — The Night and the Music is a collection of all the short stories about Matthew Scudder. Within there is a history of the detective many have followed over the years. The stories explore Scudder as well as other well known…
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Headhunters

Written by Jo Nesbø — With a growing following stemming from his Harry Hole stories, here Jo Nesbø takes a step away from that series to present a standalone story. The result is a mix of action, violence, dark humour and thievery that manages to…
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Crimes in Southern Indiana

Written by Frank Bill — This collection of stories set in southern Indiana is a powerful book that gets to the heart of the human condition. Similar to the classics of American literature – think Steinbeck or Dreiser – it focuses on the lives of people…
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Riot Act

Written by Zoe Sharp — Riot Act is a tale of a damaged but strong woman thrust into events she initially tries to avoid. House sitting for a friend seems at first to be a simple favour, however as rampant property crime in the neighborhood…
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Hunted

Written by Emlyn Rees — Hunted is a fast-paced thriller that focuses primarily on a chase through London after a shooting. The story is well researched, containing numerous details to add flavor and depth to the scenes. In addition, current and recent events are peppered throughout…
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Pulp Ink

Edited by Nigel Bird and Chris Rhatigan — Pulp Ink is a collection of short stories with an interesting connection. Each writer was given a line from the movie Pulp Fiction, or the title of a song from the soundtrack. From there, the fertile mind of…
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