During the 1920īs and early 1930īs, 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
Blind Moon Alley Review
A young bartender at a speakeasy during prohibition received news that his childhood friend scheduled for the electric chair that night wanted to talk to him about something important.
Bury Me Deep Review
Inspired by a notorious true crime from the early 1930s, this noir interpretation will keep you spell-bound to the end.
Cold Pursuit Review
The brutal slaying of a city patriarch falls to Homicide Detective Tom McMichael, the one person who should not conduct this investigation. Find out why in this intriguing and fast-paced crime novel.
Farewell, My Lovely Review
In this second Philip Marlowe novel, Raymond Chandler has the laconic P.I. going where no man should go, and paying the price for his curiosity.
The Big Sleep Review
Raymond Chandler wrote his first novel, The Big Sleep, in just three months. Published in 1939, it became an instant success.
The Fat Man Review
The Fat Man, A Tale of North Pole Noir, is a humorous and heart-warming mystery that will have you laughing out loud and longing for more!
The High Window Review
Raymond Chandlerīs 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 Maltese Manuscript Review
Author Joanne Dobson writes this 5th Karen Pelletier novel in the classic noir hard-boiled detective fiction style with good results.
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When two thieves break into the home of a wealthy bookmaker, little do they expect what happens next in this high-speed noir thriller with sometimes amusing plot twists and turns.
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