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Fortuna Review
When Stanford grad student Jason Lind joins a simulation role-playing website based on Renaissance Florence, he stumbles into an addictive online power game that soon spills over into real life with potentially deadly results.

Found Review
A friend of J.D.'s who died a year ago appears to have resurfaced at the same time that an elderly man is murdered and his friend goes missing. On top of that, someone seems to be after J.D. and Matt as well.

Frame-Up Review
When Michael Knight's best friend is murdered, Michael becomes involved in an international art fraud that could lead to his own demise. Frame-Up brings back the dynamic law duo first seen in Neon Dragon.

Geezer Lit is Older than You Think
The term geezer-lit has become a popular new genre in recent years, but is it really new?

Getting Lucky Review
As a freelance writer seeks to complete an investigative report for a local newspaper after a reporter is killed in a hit and run, she soon finds she may be next.

Gideon's War Review
American peacekeeper Gideon Davis heads to Southeast Asia to bring in Tillman, his rogue brother, who has agreed to surrender. Instead, he ends up a prisoner on an oil rig overtaken by terrorists led by Tillman himself.

Going to the Bad Review
Lilly Hawkins was running the assignment desk at KJAY TV when she was surprised to hear an ambulance and backup called to her home address. What follows is a harrowing investigation that may be her last.

Gold of Kings Review
The unexpected death of a family member and sudden appearance of a stranger, or two, bring excitement and danger into Storms' structured and settled life.

Hard Target Review
Gideon Davis must enlist the help of his brother Tillman to infiltrate an American terrorist group with plans to bring down the U.S.government.

Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction
During the 1920's and early 1930's, the United States experienced the Wall Street crash, the rise of Al Capone and the mob, prohibition, and the beginning of the Great Depression. The mystery stories of the time reflected the reality of life in America with the rise of the hard-boiled genre.

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