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The Hardy Boys
The Hardy Boys were created in 1926 and became the most popular juvenile crime series in publishing history.

The High Window Review
Raymond Chandler's third Philip Marlowe novel continues to satisfy. As Marlowe seeks a stolen coin, and contemplates a series of unexplained murders, he finds he must deal with the usual motley cast of characters.

The Hope Vendetta Review
Ben Hope returns when he is called to locate a missing woman and ends up fighting a terrorist group with strong political ties to the highest echelon of the United States government.

The Ingredients of a Good Thriller Review
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at writing a thriller? This quick and easy guide will show you how to make that genre work for you as a writer.

The Lady Who Cried Murder Review
A reality show wannabe is found dead in her deceased mother's mansion. Spencer Police Chief David O'Callaghan and retired homicide detective Mac Faraday find they have quite a challenge on their hands as they try to solve this case.

The Last Death of Jack Harbin Review
The small town of Jarrett Creek, Texas is shaken when Gulf War veteran Jack Harbin, blinded and paralyzed in the war, is brutally murdered in his own home.

The Last Ember
Exciting debut thriller addressing the destruction of historical artifacts going back to early Jerusalem and the fight to protect those that still exist.

The Llama of Death Review
Zoo keeper Teddy Bentley must investigate the murder of a local reverend during the Renaissance Faire when her mother is accused of the deed by an incompetent deputy.

The Maltese Manuscript Review
Author Joanne Dobson writes this 5th Karen Pelletier novel in the classic noir hard-boiled detective fiction style with good results.

The Murders at Astaire Castle Review
Mac Faraday is shocked to find he owns Astaire Castle located on the other side of Spencer Mountain. He also becomes involved in the investigation of several murders and much more.

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