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OJ's Knife by John Gibson

OJ’s Knife is a fast-paced and entertaining speculative pulp novel in the Mickey Judge series. It’s based on a fictional hunt for the weapon that killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1994, crimes for which Nicole’s husband, the American Football legend and film…
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Swann's Way Out

Written by Charles Salzberg — The fourth book in the Swann’s Way series doesn’t have any references to Marcel Proust in it, but instead begins with skip tracer Henry Swann playing poker with his New York pals. A new player, investment banker Stan Katz, takes Swann…
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Angel of the Abyss

Set in contemporary Los Angeles, this is the tale of a failed screenwriter who becomes involved in the restoration of a 1926 movie which for a number of reasons has achieved cult status with film buffs. Graham Woodward is well aware that the star of the…
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Slow Down

Written by Lee Matthew Goldberg — November might be long gone, but here at Crime Fiction Lover we continue to bring you the latest indie releases long after our annual New Talent November event. New Pulp Press, no respecters of genre boundaries, is publishing Lee Matthew Goldberg’s debut…
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NTN: Angel of the Abyss

Written by Ed Kurtz — Last month we reviewed Freight, a novella by Ed Kurtz published by Australia’s Crime Factory team. Now he returns with his second full crime fiction novel, this time published by American indie house Dark Fuse. Graham Woodward is back in…
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