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The Deal Goes Down by Larry Beinhart

The Deal Goes Down sees a welcome return for Larry Beinhart’s long-standing PI creation Tony Casella. Time has moved on for the detective. Now he’s an ex-PI living in the Catskills with zero chance of living out a happy, peaceful retirement thanks to the bank….
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Interview: Sean Munger

Sean Munger is an Oregon-based LGBT crime author who loves the freedom that writing crime novels gives him. He sees his books as a place to craft characters and narratives, turning over a variety of social issues and exploring different areas of the world with…
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See You Next Tuesday by Ken Harris

Former US FBI agent Ken Harris has brought back his entertaining private investigator Steve Rockfish with young assistant – now partner –Jawnie McGee in this second of a series, following the author’s debut, The Pine Barrens Stratagem, earlier this year. In this novel, Jawnie has…
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The Blackbird by Tim Weaver

Over the years, there’s been a veritable dawn chorus of crime fiction novels featuring birds in their title. Immediately springing to mind are Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves and even Meadowlark by Greg Ruth and the aptly named Ethan…
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Shifty's Boys by Chris Offutt

Chris first introduced us to his taciturn, reluctant private detective Mick Hardin in last year’s The Killing Hills. Hardin is an army CID officer who went on leave to fix his marriage. His wife, perhaps sick of his absences abroad, was pregnant with another man’s…
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