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No Middle Name­­

Written by Lee Child — Jack Reacher is no slouch when it comes to leaping in the saddle to right wrongs and joust with the wicked in Lee Child’s full-length novels. In this book of whip-cracking tales the short story form spurs on the action to…
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The Bone Collection

Written by Kathy Reichs — Temperance Brennan has come a long way in 18 books, but readers have never really learned how she got into forensic anthropology in the first place. Until now, that is. Because one of the four novellas that make up Kathy…
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Kill Me Quick!

Written by Paul D Brazill — Number 13 Press was one of the freshest things to hit the UK crime fiction scene last year. It has a simple but appealing concept – 13 novellas arriving, one arriving on the 13th of each month at just 99p for Kindle. And…
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Vortex

Written by Paul D Marks — Vortex is a first-person narrated novella which readers can blast through in a couple of hours. It’s a hardboiled thriller with strong noir overtones, and is about the past – how you can’t change it or the mistakes you’ve made, and how the past changes…
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Dead Heat with the Reaper

Written by William E Wallace — All Due Respect is steadily building a solid reputation stateside as an indie publisher releasing the kind of gritty, hardboiled and noirish crime fiction that we enjoy. Alongside its quarterly short fiction magazine the company has been publishing novels, short story collections and novellas,…
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Gargoyle Pixie Dog

Written by Bill Todd — This collection opens with the bright and breezy novella, Gargoyle Pixie Dog. Private detective Danny Lancaster, who features in all the stories, is a partly disabled army veteran plying his trade on the streets of Brighton. The seaside town offers a backdrop…
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Double Exposure

Written by Kat Clay — Australia’s Crime Factory has been publishing novellas alongside their magazine for a couple of years now. Last year we reviewed two of them, Jake Hinkson’s Saint Homicide and Ed Kurtz’s Freight. Though very different books they were both fine examples of modern noir….
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