They hopped a boxcar and made a run for it.
He was a wanted man -- she was a woman who thought she's found her man.
It was an outlawed passion, and it was doomed from the start...for crime always has a cost, and a life on the run is no life at all -- unless you're willing to risk everything!
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Cool—that was Silvio, a junkie who turned on the heat when he took over another man's wife, and a fortune in jewels. Hot—that was the Madagascar Green, a chunk of 29-carat emerald whose legacy was sure, and sudden, death. Torrid—that was Iris, who made her own play for the stolen Green, and for the man willing and able to get it for her. I was the man. And, at least in the beginning,... [click here for more]
Light a candle, draw a protective circle, and chant your prayers because you’re about to encounter tales of the occult and supernatural, all with a decidedly dark turn. Ancient curses, tribal rites, the horrors of the crucifixion -- even Old Scratch himself makes an appearance! Assembled in this volume of classic tales by 19th and 20th Century masters are:
THE SUICIDE IN THE STUDY, by Robert... [click here for more]
Wildside Press continues its 4-novels-in-1 releases with The Classic Mystery Novel MEGAPACK! Here are 4 great classic mysteries from the Golden Age of crime fiction!
THE SIXTH SENSE, by Stephen McKenna A fine Edwardian whodunit, with a touch of Oscar Wilde and a pinch of George Bernard Shaw. It builds from a slow start to a thrilling escape drama in the third act. Don't miss it! DEATH IN THE BACK... [click here for more]
Doc Savage is a fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. He was created by publisher Henry W. Ralston and editor John L. Nanovic at Street & Smith Publications, with additional material contributed by the series' main writer, Lester Dent.
The heroic-adventure character would go on to appear in other media, including radio, film, and comic... [click here for more]
Tour de Nesle (The Tower of Death) is one of Alexandre Dumas's greatest and most powerful plays, a tale of power and conviction, although its historical accuracy is far from certain.
Queen Marguerite and her sisters entertain themselves by luring unsuspecting men to the Tower, which located across the Seine from the Louvre. There they entice their victims to join them for wild sexual escapades--all... [click here for more]