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Robicheaux: You Know My Name

Written by James Lee Burke — For a story setting that immediately and richly evokes a colourful geographic, cultural, moral, and culinary milieu, it’s hard to beat the hot, humid Cajun country of southern Louisiana. James Lee Burke has made Iberia Parish the primary home…
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Road trip! The best of American Noir

Few people know quite as much about crime fiction as the British author and journalist Barry Forshaw. He’s read more books, interviewed more writers, and written more articles on the topic than just about anyone we know. Futhermore, he’s been working on a series of…
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The Jealous Kind

Written by James Lee Burke — In this latest stand alone novel, one of America’s most celebrated crime fiction novelists transports us back to 1950s Houston. Many who reminisce love to believe that this decade was a golden period in American history. World War II was over, the economy…
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Dark Minds and good causes

On the Radar — As Christmas nears, there’s the chance to get yourself a Kindle book and at the same time donate to very good causes with our lead book this week. Dark Minds is an anthology of 40 short stories by established and emerging crime authors….
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Dry Bones in the Valley

Written by Tom Bouman — This debut novel introduces Henry Farrell, a policeman in Wild Thyme, Pennsylvania. Despite the name of the township, the job should have been a quiet life with plenty of hunting and fishing for a man who is old beyond his years….
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Galveston

Written by Nic Pizzolatto — What would you do if you were bagman for a New Orleans kingpin and you found out you had lung cancer. And what if your boss started sleeping with your girl? He then sends you on a mission to shake…
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