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Luther The Calling Review
In this prequel to the acclaimed BBC series, DCI John Luther is working a serial killer case that not only gets into his head, but brings him to the brink of madness. It also threatens to destroy his marriage.

Maid of Murder Review
India Hayes summer is not starting out well. After all, she is a reluctant bride's maid for the sixth time, the bride's mother is demanding and demeaning, and the bride turns up dead. When India's brother is arrested for the crime, the college librarian and amateur sleuth goes into action.

Many Bloody Returns Review
Editors Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner gathered 13 diverse and entertaining stories written by a talented group of authors using the concept of vampires and birthdays.

Marble Eyes Review
A Mojave Warrior and FBI agent, and a merciless killer, are polar opposites. How the two come to a climatic collision course in an unlikely place is nothing short of destiny.

Merciless Review
When a young teenage girl from the Eagle River Reservation is found mutilated, new FBI agent Mercy Gunderson is determined to bring the killer to justice no matter what it takes.

Mercy Kill Review
When someone murders the man who saved Mercy's life during combat, she vows to find the killer in this fast-paced, powerful thriller - the exciting follow-up to No Mercy.

Michael R. Stevens - Author Interview
In a recent interview, Fortuna author Michael R. Stevens shared his thoughts on the attraction and danger of online role playing, and how he came to write his first novel on such a controversial topic.

Midnight Alley Review
LAPD detective Ash Levine must solve the case of two young black men who were found dead in an alley.

Misery Bay Review
While Alex McKnight enjoys his beer in a warm bar on a cold night, he has no idea the next person who walks through the door will change his life forever.

Miss Julia Stirs Up Trouble Review
Miss Julie steps in when Hazel Marie finds her household in disarray when James breaks his wrist and sprains his ankle, an unwanted family members decides to move in, and the twins continue to grow and thrive, bringing their own set of challenges.

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