Blades of Justice Helen Angove et al.
All justice requires is a sharp blade. Who says the tool can’t be domestic?
The scissors are blacksmith worked, crude and blackened. They’ve always hung there at the door of Treagrove. For three-hundred… More
Jewish Noir Kenneth Wishnia
Jewish Noir is a unique collection of new stories by Jewish and non-Jewish literary and genre writers, including numerous award-winning authors such as Marge Piercy, Harlan Ellison, S.J. Rozan, Nancy Richler, Moe… More
Hap and Leonard Ride Again Joe R. Lansdale
The SundanceTV series Hap and Leonard premiered March 2, 2016 at 10 p.m. starring Michael K. Williams (The Wire), James Purefoy (The Following), and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men).
Hap and Leonard don’t fit the profile.… More
A Death at the Dionysus Club Melissa Scott et al.
In the sequel to Lambda Literary Award-winning Death by Silver, metaphysician Ned Mathey and private detective Julian Lynes again challenge magical and murderous threats in a Victorian London not quite the city in… More
Bitter Legacy Dal Maclean
London. Detective Sergeant James Henderson’s remarkable gut instincts have put him on a three-year fast track to becoming an inspector. But the advancement of his career has come at a cost. Gay, posh and eager to prove… More
Maze-Born Trouble Ginn Hale
A dead girl, a cop he can’t forget, and a price on his head. All on a space station at the edge of a black hole. Just another day’s work for P.I. Lake Harmaa.
P.I. Lake Harmaa escaped the darkness and intense gravity of … More
Slipping: Stories, Essays and Other Writing Lauren Beukes
A Punk Lolita fighter-pilot rescues Tokyo from a marauding art installation. A young architect’s life is derailed by an inquisitive girl who happens to be a ghost. Unwitting recruits discover biohazardous plants… More