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Navajo Autumn Review
A recent graduate from the University of New Mexico law school, and now a special investigator for the legal department, must find and clear a childhood friend of murder charges before it is too late.
Neon Dragon Review
Rising-star defense attorney Michael Knight lands a high-profile and sensitive case that takes him into the depths of gangland Chinatown. In the meantime, he seeks the truth about the jury tampering accusation that sidelined his friend and mentor ten years ago.
Neurotic November Review
Mary Magruder Katz returns to Florida from Vermont to find her assistant off-kilter, her father on the mend from open heart surgery and clients accused of rape, bank fraud and murder.
China Bayles and her husband Mike McQuade search for a dangerous killer in this final book of an exciting trilogy regarding the death of China's father.
No Dice Review
When an anti-casino activist is killed and another activist disappears, Santa Monica Detective Dave Mason finds the case unexpectedly personal.
No Mercy Review
When Mercy returns to her father's South Dakota ranch while on medical leave from the Army, she finds an area in crisis. Soon after a Native American boy is found dead on the ranch, her own nephew is killed, and Mercy is showing no mercy as she hunts down those responsible.
No Rest for the Dead Review
After the trial, conviction, and execution of Rosemary Thomas for the murder of her husband, the detective who cracked the case has second thoughts.
No Stone Unturned Review
Struggling local newspaper reporter Ellie Stone finds herself in a position of a lifetime when a young girl's body is found in the woods. Asked to take photo's of the crime scene leads Ellie deep into the dark side of a small town, and makes her a target the killer can't miss.
Noir is a subgenre of the hardboiled detective fiction that came into being in the late 1920's. Read about the pioneers of a genre often described as realistic and gritty.
Now You See It Review
PI David Randall takes time away from searching for a missing diamond bracelet to search for a valuable box tied to Houdini. Unfortunately, he finds a body and much more among the magicians hoping to make it big.
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