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Black Eyed Susans

Written by Julia Heaberlin – The Black Eyed Susans of the title are an attractive daisy-like flower and the cover as a whole is eye-catching, innocuous enough. There’s no sign of violence; this red haired girl could just be sleeping…. Lulled into a false sense…
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Blind Moon Alley

Written by John Florio — We first met Jersey Leo in Sugar Pop Moon, reviewed here. A mixed race albino, he’s a Philadelphia inhabitant unlike any other. The year is 1931 and his adventures with moonshine (aka Sugar Pop) in the previous novel behind him,…
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The Rapist

Written by Les Edgerton — Les Edgerton has written several acclaimed hardboiled crime novels and instructional books for writers, as well as teaching creative writing at the university level. But it’s inevitably his colourful past that interests me most. Back in his younger days he…
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Not All Stars Sparkle

Written by Carys Jones — Chicago lawyer Aiden Connolly, exhausted and fearing that his marriage and sanity are at risk from his lifestyle, sells up and moves south to the town of Avalon. He has been appointed partner to Edmond Copes. His new life seems…
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