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Adapting what may be the most popular of graphic novels, by the edgy Hard Case Crime author, adding layers and exploring the nature of morality. Faced with overwhelming poverty and a pregnant wife, a tragic, struggling comedian is forced to turn to crime. In his…
Matthew Henson And The Ice Temple Of Harlem
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|This title releases November 27, 2020

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Soft Money
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|March 14, 2013

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Officer Filomena Buscarela has traded in her uniform for the many joys and trials of being a single parent, but her passion for justice burns as hot as ever in this second installment of the critically acclaimed mystery series set in 1980s New York City. When the…
Peepland
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|August 1, 2017

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Sink into this sinful semi-autobiographical neo-noir crime comic with a punk rock edge! A high-octane crime yarn set in the seedy Times Square peep booths of 1980s New York When a chance encounter for Peepbooth worker Roxy Bell leads to the brutal murder of a…
Matthew Henson And The Ice Temple Of Harlem

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MATTHEW HENSON AND THE ICE TEMPLE OF HARLEM is the first in a new series, set during the Harlem Renaissance, this re-imagined pulp novel follows Matthew Henson (a real life Arctic explorer, one of the first to reach the North Pole), interpreted here as an…
The Faking Of The President: Nineteen Stories Of White House Noir

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A literary coup d'etat, that ponders What would the White House be like if U.S. Presidents of the past were not restricted by the time-honored hallmarks and traditional behavior of the office, leaving them free to do whatever they wanted, anytime and anywhere?"…
The Obama Inheritance: Fifteen Stories Of Conspiracy Noir
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|October 13, 2017

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Winner, 2018 Anthony Award for Best Anthology and Winner, Bronze Medal, 2017 Indie Book Awards for Anthologies, Foreword Reviews. Noir meets diverse voices and transforms the genre into an over-the-top, transcendental psychedelic thriller ride of pulpy goodness…
The Be-bop Barbarians: A Graphic Novel
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|February 5, 2019

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In the turbulent era of late 1950s Manhattan—with jazz, the burgeoning Civil Rights Movement, and the Red Scare as the volatile ingredients—three groundbreaking black cartoonists defy convention and pay the price. Cliff Murphy is matinee handsome, a…
Culprits: The Heist Was Just The Beginning

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Some stories are all about the crime. These stories are about the maelstrom of what happens after... A hard-bitten crew of professional thieves pull off the score of their lives, coming away with seven million in cash. Like any heist there are some unforeseen…
Vigilante: Southland
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|February 6, 2018

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The classic DC character Vigilante is reborn for a new generation! A new take on the DC character the Vigilante, reimagined by crime novelist Gary Phillips (PERDITION U.S.A.). VIGILANTE: SOUTHLAND takes place on the seemy backstreets of Los Angeles, far from the…
44 Caliber Funk: Tales Of Crime, Soul, And Payback

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Return with us now to those purple haze days of platform shoes, rhinestone studded sunglasses, COINTELPRO, the Panthers, disco and blaxploitation in Forty-Four Caliber Funk, an anthology of prose stories inspired by those times. From Daddy Cool by Donald Goines,…
Catastrophe In The Making: The Engineering Of Katrina And The Disaters Of Tomorrow

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When houses are flattened, towns submerged, and people stranded without electricity or even food, we attribute the suffering to "natural disasters" or "acts of God." But what if they're neither? What if we, as a society, are bringing these catastrophes on…
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