Award-winning author Laird Barron makes his crime fiction debut
with a novel set in the underbelly of upstate New York that's as
hardboiled and punchy as a swift right hook to the jaw--a classic
noir for fans of James Ellroy and John D. Macdonald.
Isaiah Coleridge is a mob enforcer in Alaska--he's tough, seen a
lot, and dished out more.
Christmas 1951, Los Angeles. a city where the police are as corrupt
as the criminals.
Six prisoners are beaten senseless in their cells by cops crazed on
alcohol. For the three L. A. P. D. detectives involved, it will
expose the guilty secrets on which they have built their corrupt
and violent careers.
The Taut, Unflinching New Thriller from Adam Sternbergh, Author
of the Critically-Acclaimed Shovel Ready
New York is toxic—decimated by a dirty bomb years ago.
The limnosphere is a virtual safe haven—if you’re rich
enough to buy in.
Rose Gold is two colors, one woman, and a big headache.
In this new mystery set in the Patty Hearst era of radical black
nationalism and political abductions, a black ex-boxer self-named
Uhuru Nolica, the leader of a revolutionary cell called Scorched
Earth, has kidnapped Rosemary Goldsmith, the daughter of a weapons
manufacturer, from her dorm at UC Santa Barbara.
The final chapter in the electrifying Stockholm Noir Trilogy, which
has been translated into more than thirty languages worldwide. here
is the no-holds-barred, rapid-fire tale of a supreme struggle for
the legacy of the Swedish underworld, as the power, honor, and
respect commanded by Stockholm’s largest criminal
organization are passed from father to daughter.
It is December 6, 1941. America stands at the brink of World War
II. Last hopes for peace are shattered when Japanese squadrons bomb
Pearl Harbor. Los Angeles has been a haven for loyal
Japanese-Americans—but now, war fever and race hate grip the
city and the Japanese internment begins.
New York Times bestselling author Stephan Talty’s
acclaimed fiction debut, Black Irish, won him comparisons to
such thriller masters as Jo Nesbø, Karin Slaughter, and Tana
French. Now, his chilling new novel brings back intrepid heroine
Absalom Kearney, a driven police detective with a haunted past,
trying to make a difference in a troubled town.
From Sweden’s internationally best-selling crime novelist,
the author of Easy Money, comes the riveting second
installment of the Stockholm Noir Trilogy. With his trademark
live-wire staccato prose and raw energy, Jens Lapidus returns to
the streets of Stockholm with an electrifying tale of seedy police
officers and vicious underworld criminals.
When Walter Mosley burst onto the literary scene in 1990 with his
first Easy Rawlins mystery, Devil in a Blue Dress—a
combustible mixture of Raymond Chandler and Richard Wright—he
captured the attention of hundreds of thousands of readers
(including future president Bill Clinton).