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Too Much Stuff Review
James Lessor and Skip Moore are now officially in the PI business with their More or Less Investigations. But, will they stay alive long enough to wrap up their current case?
Old Loves Die Hard Review
Ex-cop Mac Faraday is enjoying his new life at Spencer Manor when his ex-wife suddenly shows up wanting him back. When she and her former lover are found murdered the next day, Mac somehow finds himself at the top of the suspect list.
In Her Sights Review
When Jefferson County's lone female SWAT sniper saves the Governor's daughter, her picture is splashed across the front page of the newspaper with potentially deadly results.
It's Murder, My Son Review
On the worst day of his life, homicide detective Mac Faraday suddenly finds a new beginning, and several bodies, behind a Maryland gated community.
Murder in the 11th House Review
Hired by his defense attorney daughter, astrologer-detective David Lowell must find out who is framing his daughter's loud-mouth-bartender client, and why his own life is now in danger.
Return to the Scene of the Crime
This guest article is an interesting tale of how two writers brought the Cape Fear Crime Festival back to Wilmington, NC. Includes upcoming festival information.
Up Jumped the Devil Review
When Baltimore Herald's police beat reporter Darryl Billups uncovers a domestic terrorist plot, he must decide which is more important - the headline grabbing story or his life.
County Line Review
When Skin Kadash finds a body in Ruby Jane's apartment and she is no where to be found, the ex-cop is determined to find out what happened. He sets off on a road trip that very well could be his last.
Murder by Mocha Review
When the Village Blend's beans are used in a new java love potion expected to earn millions of dollars, and someone is willing to kill for the secret formula, Clare Cosi goes into action to prevent further deaths.
The Bad Always Die Twice Review
1950's actor Rex March died in a fiery plane crash in the California desert. Six month's later his body shows up in the bed of his former lover, and police accuse her of killing him just a few hours before he was found.
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