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When the Snow Falls

by Fern Michaels & Nancy Bush

Something's in the air this holiday season, and it could be the beginning of a wonderful Christmas romance...

"Candy Canes and Cupid" by Fern Michaels

All private investigator Hannah Ray wants for Christmas is...


Stories of O: Orgasmic Erotica

by Alex Algren

Think back to the first time you came so hard you cried out. The first time you surrendered fully and spiraled into euphoria, every inch of your body consumed by pleasure. You didn’t care who heard your gasping,...


The Kid on the Karaoke Stage & Other Stories

by Georgia Richter

Featuring both established and emerging Western Australian writers, this short story anthology includes both fiction and creative nonfiction. A quirky and memorable collection, it centers on “who we are and...


Heartsick for Country: Stories of Love, Spirit and Creation

by Sally Morgan, Tjalaminu Mia & Blaze Kwaymullina

The stories in this anthology speak of the love between Aboriginal peoples and their countries. They are personal accounts that share knowledge, insight and emotion, each speaking of a deep connection to country...


Dalit karorpati

by Milind Khandekar

Dalit Millionaires is a collection of profiles of fifteen Dalit entrepreneurs who have braved both societal and business pressures to carve out highly profitable niches for themselves. The book is a vivid chronicle...


Hungry for More: Romantic Fantasies for Women

by Rachel Kramer Bussel

Romance is all about fantasies of love that ignite your imagination and light a fire inside. Love and sexual fantasy have always been intimately intertwined and Hungry for More shows just how well the two can...


Indian Country Noir

by Sarah Cortez & Liz Martínez

The sharpest, most stylized and ambitious anthology of Native American literature ever published.


Las Vegas Noir

by Jarret Keene & Todd James Pierce

In this chilling portrait of America's Sin City, lady luck is just as likely to dispense cold hard cash as a cold-hearted killing.


London Noir

by Cathi Unsworth

Serpent's Tail novelist Cathi Unsworth shocks and awes with help from her London criminal-literary colleagues.


Detroit Noir

by E.J. Olsen & John C. Hocking

Motor City's finest literary talents--including Oates, Estleman, Holden, and Parrish--offer a shadowed spectrum of gripping, haunting visions.


Delhi Noir

by Hirsh Sawhney

The legendary city of Delhi, India, provides fertile ground for stories of darkness and despair.


DC Noir

by George Pelecanos

Bestselling mystery author George Pelecanos dazzles and terrifies with his first-ever anthology.


Dublin Noir: The Celtic Tiger vs. The Ugly American

by Ken Bruen

Irish crime-fiction sensation Ken Bruen and cohorts shine a light on the dark streets of Dublin.


Chicago Noir

by Neal Pollack

Bombastic Neal Pollack collect's riveting noir stories from Chicago's hottest young writers.


Bronx Noir

by S.J. Rozan

S.J. Rozan, Lawrence Block, Kevin Baker, Jerome Charyn, and others brawl with New York City's most rugged borough.


Baltimore Noir

by Laura Lippman

Bestselling mystery queenpin Laura Lippman and cohorts dissect their own city with a vengeance.


Los Angeles Noir

by Denise Hamilton

Michael Connelly, Janet Fitch, Susan Straight, and others join Hamilton in digging deeper than ever before into the city's glorious noir legacy.


Brooklyn Noir

by Tim McLoughlin

Brand-new crime fiction stories from Pete Hamill, Nelson George, Sidney Offit, Tim McLoughlin and more of Brooklyn's finest!


Boston Noir

by Dennis Lehane

There was only ever one candidate for the job of assembling Boston Noir: Dennis Lehane!


Havana Noir

by Achy Obejas

Leonardo Padura and other Cuban writers join editor Obejas to plumb a city of ironic and wrenching contradictions.