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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.

The Big Sleep Review
In Raymond Chandler's first novel, hard-boiled private eye Philip Marlowe was introduced with great success. He became one of the most popular detectives in crime fiction history.

The Black Cane Review
Eight elderly women find new life meaning when one of them discovers a young boy hiding in a trash-filled alley, and rescues him from two thugs. They soon find others to help, and the need to keep themselves safe from harm.

The Black Stiletto Black and White Review
While Martin Talbot screens a 1959 film of his crusading mother in disguise, similar current events tie the past and present together in this exciting thriller.

The Blood Promise Review
A centuries old sailor's chest, and the secrets it holds, play a prominent role in betrayal and murder in the present day.

The Button Man Review
Hugh Marston, head of security at the US Embassy in London, is asked to protect a famous movie star couple while they are filming in England. Unfortunately, they disappear soon after, leading Hugo on an intense search before its too late.

The Case of the Missing Servant Review
Vish Puri, India's Most Private Investigator, deftly solves several cases with the help of his eclectic undercover staff in this debut international mystery.

The Chocolate Cupid Killings
When chocolate shop manager Lee Woodyard finds her Aunt Nettie standing over the body of a dead detective with the murder weapon in her hand, Lee takes action. Soon the women find even their own husbands are keeping secrets in this delicious whodunit.

The Cold Cold Ground Review
Tension was high in the Spring of 1981 in Belfast, Ireland. The hunger strikes were in full force as were the riots, bombings and Protestant vs Catholic clashes. Sean Duffy, a young, Catholic detective was charged with finding a serial killer who was targeting gay men.

The Cold Dish Review
Two years after a high-tension rape case decision allowed four young men to go free, it appears that someone is executing their own brand of justice.

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