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  • One Police Plazaby William J. Caunitz Road 2016; US$ 9.99

    A hardened New York cop risks everything to solve an impossible murder   The precinct house at 19 Elizabeth Street is one of the oldest in New York, and some things about it never change. Overworked cops interrogate suspects, complain about their wives, and peck out reports on battered old typewriters. Steel mesh covers the windows and the garbage... more...

  • Orchard Groveby Vincent Zandri

    Polis Books 2016; US$ 10.99

    Something improved for me when Lana Cattivo moved in next door. I guess you?d have to call it something else, desire, since lust wasn?t entirely accurate. But then, neither was love. Not by a long shot. From Thriller and Shamus Award winner Vincent Zandri comes a thriller that shows danger doesn't need to find you - because it's already right... more...

  • Out of Timeby Michael Z. Lewin

    Pan Macmillan 2016; US$ 4.82

    Albert Samson, once described as the private eye combining 'the best moral qualities of the Continental Op and Lew Archer', feels life is looking good when he acquires two clients in an afternoon. The first, an eccentric old man living in an expensive apartment and obsessed with his home computer, asks him to investigate a young man suspected of... more...

  • Pigtownby William J. Caunitz Road 2016; US$ 9.99

    A made man?s murder unveils corruption of the vilest kind   The room is littered with rotting food, the refrigerator emptied to make room for the corpse. Det. Joe Borrelli finds Beansy Rutolo?s body squeezed into the icebox, the frozen expression on his face suggesting he died begging for his life. But Borrelli has seen worse. Brooklyn?s 71st... more...

  • The Silent Salesmanby Michael Z. Lewin

    Pan Macmillan 2016; US$ 4.82

    Indianapolis private eye Albert Samson is hired to find out why a devoted sister is not being allowed to visit her brother in hospital. A salesman and researcher at a pharmaceutical laboratory, he's been in a coma and in intensive care for seven months after an accident at work. His sister's been told a visit would put him at risk. But how can that... more...

  • Suspectsby William J. Caunitz Road 2016; US$ 9.99

    A double murder leads a cop into the darkest corners of the NYPD   In Greenpoint, everyone comes to Yetta?s. A candy store one block west of McGoldrick Park, it?s a neighborhood landmark, the place where Brooklynites come to sip a soda, buy a paper, and argue about gentrification. But when Lt. Joe Gallagher comes by to drop off a birthday cake... more...

  • The Way We Die Nowby Michael Z. Lewin

    Pan Macmillan 2016; US$ 4.82

    It wasn't bad enough that a ten-year-old kid had beaten him at basketball in the morning. Next Albert Samson was being badgered by a humourless prospective client. Was he, in fact, the cheapest private detective in Indianapolis? Did his daily rate include expenses or did he try to claim those on top? Expenses were indeed extra, but Samson was still... more...

  • Ice Chestby J.D. Rhoades

    Polis Books 2016; US$ 9.99

    A smart, sexy and hilarious heist novel about a crew of thieves who attempt to steal the world?s most valuable jewels from the world?s most valuable body. Clarissa Cartwright, the planet's most famous beauty, is about to take the stage wearing a fortune in jewels, and not much else. In the wings, a motley crew of bumbling crooks is scheming to... more...

  • Above Groundby Don Easton

    Dundurn 2007; US$ 11.99

    Jack Taggart's life and career are on the line in this gritty follow-up to Loose Ends . Someone is destroying the lives of those close to him to send Jack a deadly message. more...

  • The Accidental Pallbearerby Frank Lentricchia

    Melville House 2012; US$ 14.95

    Introducing a gritty new detective series set in the bleak hinterlands of upstate new York Washed-up private investigator Eliot Conte would rather be teaching American literature and listening to opera than taking pictures of spouses in flagrante delicto. But he flamed out of an academic career when he hung the Provost of UCLA out a window, and... more...