The Malice Domestic cozy anthology series returns with a new take on cozy mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition. Here are 22 original stories (and one modern classic reprint) set at conventions, conferences, and gatherings of all kinds! Included are:
Conventional Wisdom, by Marcia Talley
Djinn And Tonic, by Neil Plakcy
The Vanishing Wife, by Victoria Thompson
The Right to Bare Arms, by... [click here for more]
The Craig Kennedy Scientific Detective Megapack collects 25 novels and stories.
14 are Craig Kennedy tales, plus there is 1 additional story from the same author and 10 by contemporaries of Arthur B. Reeve. They all share the same spirit of detection.
INTRODUCTION: ABOUT ARTHUR B. REEVE AND HIS CRAIG KENNEDY STORIES THE SILENT BULLET, by Arthur B. Reeve THE WAR TERROR, by Arthur... [click here for more]
The Espionage Novel MegapackTM presents 4 classic novels of espionage and adventure. Included are:
TIGER MILK, by David Garth The story of a lone-wolf fight against a Nazi undercover ring in the U.S.
THE FIVE ARROWS, by Allan Chase High intrigue in South America, with the future of democracy on the continent at stake!
THE SHOCKING SECRET, by Holly Roth "An astonishing book: don't miss it!"... [click here for more]
Lady Sleuths have long been a mainstay of the mystery field. Agatha Christie's Miss Marple is, surely, the very model of the detective in a cozy mystery. But before -- and after! -- Miss Marple there were such sleuths as Loveday Brooke and Amelia Butterworth (both of whose complete adventures are in this ebook MegapackTM).
And the lady sleuth is alive and well today, with recent adventures by such... [click here for more]
The Second Mystery Megapack selects 25 more tantalizing mystery tales, by modern and classic authors. Included are: FUNNY STUFF, by Ron Goulart PIT ON THE ROAD TO HELL, by John Gregory Betancourt WHAT IS COURAGE? by Mack Reynolds JUST THE FACTS, by Meg Opperman TEN GRAINS OF SAND, by Christopher B. Booth MORE ALLISONS THAN I KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH, by Michael Hemmingson REFLECTION OF A DREAM,... [click here for more]
The pulp magazines of the early to mid 20th Century are often "politically incorrect" by modern standards. However, the "Spicy" magazines — Spicy-Adventure Stories, Spicy Mystery, Spicy Western, etc. — were politically incorrect by their own contemporary standards as well. With the occasional passing glimpse of a creamy-smooth thigh (or other... [click here for more]