Private eyes are watching and romance is calling in these five seriously suspenseful stories. Full of dashing detectives, femme fatales, and nocturnal desires, this collection offers breathtaking thrills to get your pulse pounding.
Always and Forever Love: Lacy Aegar and her sister have done well with their private investigation firm, but Jackson Carter, the son of a powerful business tycoon,... [click here for more]
He was as rare as a three-dollar bill . . . an honest man in the town of French Bayou - that was crowding Phenix City out of corruption's first place.
He was young Deputy Sheriff Andy Latour, with enough stern morality for someone to have set an assassin on his trail.
But Latour dodged the bullets, and now it was urgent that his voice be silenced. So - a phone call in the night, a drive out of... [click here for more]
He followed her for a block . . . swiftly and silently. As she neared the park, he smiled tightly and began to close in.
When she reached the park, she began to run across the frozen ground. Her head was down and her arms were hugging the coat around her.
She must be cold. Well, she'd warm up when hell opened its doors for her! He ran after her.
Then he was upon her. Before a cry could reach... [click here for more]
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #21 features the best in contemporary and classic mystery fiction, with a great linup of crimes and columns. Here are: Features:
From Watson’s Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.
Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson
Screen of the Crime, by Kim Newman
Beam Me Up, Sherlock, by Lynne Stephens
Recurring Characters in the Nero Wolve Stories,... [click here for more]
It is the autumn of 1999. A year has passed since Lucy Darby's unexpected death, leaving her husband David and son Whitley to mend the gaping hole in their lives. David, a trauma-site cleanup technician, spends his nights expunging the violent remains of strangers, helping their families to move on, though he is unable to do the same. Whitley--an 11-year-old social pariah known simply as The Kid--hasn't... [click here for more]