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|March 9, 2013

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Long time grifter and suburbanite Jonas Blades works in a sash-and-door mill until he literally bumps into Jacquie Mantooth, a voluptuous schemer who is putting together a plan to pull off a big diamond heist. She recruits her new lover Jonas to be the wheelman,…
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|October 24, 2013

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Criminal attorney Hondo Gunn is practicing law in the Virginia town of Emerald Shire where he falls for a younger woman, Aggie Essex, who works for an IT firm. Hondo once served as the consigliore for an organized crime outfit headed by its ruthless chieftain,…
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|July 26, 2011

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Ed Lynskey, one of the most acclaimed modern crime noir authors, returns to the Smoky Mountains with a new hardboiled tale of murder, passion, and intense action.

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Pelham Fell Here offers readers Frank Johnson's rich back story, an unusual departure from most of today's private eye series. We learn how the ex-military cop and part-time gunsmith Frank, now back living in his hometown of Pelham, Virginia, gets into the…
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|December 15, 2009

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Over the past two decades, Tommy Mack Zane has faithfully worked as a contract killer for Watson Ogg, the Washington, D.C. crime boss. Now middle age creeping up finds Tommy Mack edgy, jaded, and weary of his grisly trade. As he contemplates retirement, he is…
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|May 14, 2015

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Down in the sleepy, quaint Virginia town of Quiet Anchorage, murder is the last thing any townie living there would expect to happen on a summer day. Sisters Isabel and Alma Trumbo—both are in their seventies although Alma is quick to point out she’s the younger…

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For his next hardboiled outing, P.I. Frank Johnson accepts a pair of new cases just before the 2005 year-end holidays. The reader gets two mysteries for the price of one as he stays busy on both cases. First, he hunts for a missing husband, and second, he looks…
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|June 6, 2015

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Private Investigator Frank Johnson in his second exciting caper is hired by Mary Taliaferro, a wealthy aristocrat owning a horse estate near the affluent city of Middleburg, Virginia. Mary’s teenage daughter Emily has died in a horse riding tragedy. The local law…
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|May 12, 2015

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Quiet Anchorage, Virginia, is like any other sleepy small town until Jake Robbins is murdered, and his fiancée Megan Connors is arrested for it. The laidback, good ole boy Sheriff Roscoe Fox feels smugly confident he’s got the right culprit, Megan Connors, locked…
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|May 22, 2015

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Pelham Fell Here offers readers Frank Johnson's rich back story, an unusual departure from most of today's private eye series. We learn how the ex-military cop and part-time gunsmith Frank, now back living in his hometown of Pelham, Virginia, gets into the…
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|May 14, 2015

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Phyllis Garner, the kooky and funny bag lady, refuses to accept her best friend Ladybug Miles’ death is an accidental drowning in the Cornet River. The blustery, know-it-all Sheriff Roscoe Fox has officially called it that way. However, Phyllis holds it was…
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|September 12, 2015

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For their next outing, Isabel and Alma Trumbo, the ace sister sleuths living in Quiet Anchorage, Virginia, are planting marigolds in their flowerbed when Alma unearths a curious bone. Isabel suspects it’s a dinosaur bone while Alma insists it belongs to Betsy…