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Blood Diamonds

by Ed Lynskey

|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,…

Topaz Moon

by Ed Lynskey

|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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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…

Troglodytes

by Ed Lynskey

|June 2, 2015

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When American diplomat Sylvester Mercedes flies into Ankara, Turkey, on what is supposed to be a normal business trip, he mysteriously vanishes from his hotel room. With her husband now missing for more than two weeks, prominent socialite Lois Mercedes hires P.I.…

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Phoebe Ash runs the Quetzal Motel with her father Ricky Lon. It's a quaint inn until one hot summer night when Long John Silver, a tall man in a leg cast and on crutches, pays for a room for Nancy Q, his wife, and him. Phoebe's growing suspicions of the strange…

The Blue Cheer

by Ed Lynskey

|May 24, 2015

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After surviving a bad experience in his hometown, P.I. Frank Johnson moves away to Scarab, West Virginia, drawn by the promise of its leisurely days and the lure of its tranquil leafy mountains. Instead, while relaxing, what he finds is a Stinger rocket exploding…
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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…

Blood Diamonds

by Ed Lynskey

|December 15, 2009

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Longtime grifter and suburbaniteJonas 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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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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For their next mystery, Isabel and Alma Trumbo, ace sister sleuths living in Quiet Anchorage, Virginia, are called in by Sheriff Roscoe Fox to investigate the puzzling murder taking place in the florist shop. The late Moses Eppes worked briefly for Corina…

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Phoebe Ash runs the Quetzal Motel with her father Ricky Lon. It's a quaint inn until one hot summer night when Long John Silver, a tall man in a leg cast and on crutches, pays for a room for Nancy Q, his wife, and him. Phoebe's growing suspicions of the strange…