A recipe for disaster: take one total solar eclipse, add two dozen spine-chilling mysteries, and shake the reader until the world ends in Day of the Dark!
INTRODUCTION, by Kaye George
DARK SIDE OF THE LIGHT, by Carol L. Wright
CHASING THE MOON, by Leslie Wheeler
THE PATH OF TOTALITY, by Katherine Tomlinson
BLOOD MOON, by Paul D. Marks
TORGNYR THE BASTARD, by Suzanne Berube Rorhus
AN ECLIPSE... [click here for more]
Murder -- it's one of the staples of mystery fiction. One of the unwritten rules of the mystery novel is to start your murder in the first chapter...and on the first page, if possible!
Collected here are 22 tales of murder. Some are fiendish. ("The Doorbell" is especially chilling.) Some are exotic. (Egyptian mummy murder? You bet!) Some take place in far-off locations. (The Canadian woods? At sea?... [click here for more]
The public has always had a fascination with true crime, from the Victorian era to the present day. This collection presents 4 classic true crime books in one volume. Three are by Wenzell Brown, who worked with troubled teenagers in New York, turning their stories to stories for his books. Ones is by Martin M. Frank, who worked as an Assistant District Attorney, bringing his experiences to book form.... [click here for more]
This special bundle product contains the following titles.A Perfect CrimeRegular price: $1.99 Bundle price: $0.06 Format: Multiple File Formats Big Pete Rustica, Tiny Murdoch, and Maurice “The Leech” Lévesque are perfect thieves. They have never been caught.A rich industrialist hires them to use alien technology to commit the perfect crime.A... [click here for more]
Five diverse stories of crime and punishment. A man on a road trip faces a mysterious killer, two oddball detectives meet the parrot of doom, in the not too distant future a group of thieves plan the perfect crime, an unlikely friendship leads to murder, and a serial killer takes an apprentice. No matter bent, broken or twisted, crime does not pay. ... [click here for more]
James Michael Ullman (1925-1997) was an American novelist and newspaper writer/editor known for his work in and about the Chicago area. Ullman served in World War II and the U.S. Navy for two and a half years, and also served as an Air Force civilian employee on Guam. He was educated at Chicago's Wright Junior College and De Paul University, eventually receiving a Masters in Journalism from Northwestern... [click here for more]