Anarchy of the Mice by Jeff Bond on Tour July 1 – August 31, 2020 Synopsis: From Jeff Bond, author of Blackquest 40 and The Pinebox Vendetta, comes Anarchy of the Mice, book one in an epic new series starring Quaid Rafferty, Durwood Oak Jones, and Molly McGill: the trio of freelance operatives known collectively […]

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The Pinebox Vendetta by Jeff Bond on Tour May 1 – June 30, 2020 Synopsis: From the author of The Winner Maker and Blackquest 40 comes The Pinebox Vendetta: a genre-bending thriller that combines a love story, cold-case murder mystery, and political blood feud — told over the course of a single breathless weekend. The […]

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Dragon Head by James Houston Turner on Tour May 1-31, 2020 Synopsis: “TURNER BARELY PAUSES FOR BREATH IN THIS EXCITING THRILL RIDE.” —Publisher’s Weekly One-and-a-half billion dollars vanishes out of a numbered account into a cyberspace maze. But the thief who stole it lies dead on the tracks of Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway, his […]

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Dirty Old Town by Gabriel Valjan on Tour March 1 – April 30, 2020 Synopsis: “Robert B. Parker would stand and cheer, and George V. Higgins would join the ovation. This is a terrific book–tough, smart, spare, and authentic. Gabriel Valjan is a true talent–impressive and skilled–providing knock-out prose, a fine-tuned sense of place and […]

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A Venomous Love by Chris Karlsen on Tour April 1-30, 2020 Synopsis: The killer whispered-“A pretty damsel…worth a pretty risk.” A veteran, Detective Rudyard Bloodstone has fought a brutal battle and witnessed war horrors that haunt his nightmares. Now one of those horrors has followed him home from Africa. A vicious predator, the Cape cobra, […]

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The Last Scoop by R.G. Belsky on Tour May 1-31, 2020 Synopsis: Martin Barlow was Clare Carlson’s first newspaper editor, a beloved mentor who inspired her career as a journalist. But, since retiring from his newspaper job, he had become a kind of pathetic figure—railing on about conspiracies, cover-ups, and other imaginary stories he was […]

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