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Drawn to Evil

by Harry Whittington

The vision of Liza Flynn was burned into my mind. My heart pounded. Here it was. Just what I had always been seeking. The big thrill.

I was going to find who killed her husband and the prize would be the loveliest...


The Brass Monkey

by Harry Whittington

The Brass Monkey!

Symbol of what evil was this leering, glittering little gibbon? What connection had it with the murder of Herb Baldwin? Why did it strike fear into ugly old Hattie Contona? Why was it hunted...


Slay Ride for a Lady

by Harry Whittington

Harry Nelson got Dan Henderson out of the pen for his own very special reasons. The price of Henderson's freedom was simple—he merely had to track down and find Nelson's voluptuous wife, Connice...

Henderson...


The Savage Breast

by John Trinian

Debra Balmont Sadder was the prodigal daughter of a millionaire. She was devoted to spending money, pampering her beautiful body, and looking for kicks on the wrong side of town. Her plush bayside apartment...


Any Number Can Win

by John Trinian

Any number can win as two slick crooks mastermind a daring plan to heist the Syndicate's richest casino.

Tension and terror mount as Karl and his partner make their "foolproof" play—with fortune or sudden death...


Number 87

by Eden Phillpotts

The Club of Friends may not have liked Alexander Skeat very much, but no one should meet his Maker so violently, so mysteriously...

Though Skeat may have been the first, but he wouldn't be the last. Found dead...


The World's Great Snare

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

E. Phillips Oppenheim (b. 1866, d. 1946) was a British author who wrote nearly 150 novels during his career. He styled himself as the "prince of storytellers," and is credited with creating the 'rogue male'...


Kill to Fit

by Bruno Fischer

Bruno Fischer was born in Germany in 1908, and emigrated to the United States with is family in 1913. Two of his most famous novels are The Restless Hands and The Evil Days. His plots revolve around the common...


The Lady Kills

by Bruno Fischer

That body of hers wasn't one I could forget. So fat that was all I knew about her.

But even if I had known all about her, what she really was, it wouldn't have changed anything. Because it had already started...


The Lustful Ape

by Bruno Fischer

"Would you like to have her, Ape?"

Ape Jones laughed.

"Then take her upstairs," the man's voice was incredibly casual.

Ape Jones lifted the woman off her feet. White and limp, she lay across his powerful arms....


Strongarm

by Dan J. Marlowe

Meet Pete Karma, the man who broke jail and wound up neck-deep in a gangland bloodbath. Pete had a lot of hate stored up inside. He hadn't committed the murder he'd been sent up for, and it didn't take him long...


Killer with a Key

by Dan J. Marlowe

The Kingdom of Killain—

—that's the Duarte, a big-city hotel at the crossroads of the world.

The grifters, tough lads, girls on the make—all learn to stay away from Hotel Duarte because Johnny Killain's in...


The Fourth King

by Harry Stephen Keeler

"The Thirteen Kings of Crooked Chicago Finance!" That's what the terrorist calling himself THE STAR OF THE NIGHT called the thirteen richest moguls of Chicago when he sent them threatening letters which included...


The Horizontal Woman

by Barry Malzberg

pElizabeth Moore, young, fresh from a posh Ivy League college, has a burning desire to help her welfare clients. The Ultimate Social Worker, she had her own ideas about how to reacculturate the male members...


Everything Happened to Susan

by Barry Malzberg

She came East to become a big star on Broadway, but settled for shacking up with a violent, unpublished writer—and performing in sex movies in a huge, dingy loft on West 26th Street.


Lady of a Thousand Sorrows

by Lee W. Mason

Viven Blanc Sarris must fight for her life. Her first husband, a famous politician slain in the Southwest; her second husband, one of the richest men in the world, dead in the south of France; her sister, a...


Daughter of Astrea

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

E. Phillips Oppenheim (b. 1866, d. 1946) was a British author who wrote nearly 150 novels during his career. He styled himself as the "prince of storytellers," and is credited with creating the 'rogue male'...


We Shall Not Sleep

Anne Perry's World War One #5

by Anne Perry

Anne Perry’s magnificent Victorian mysteries established her as one of the world’s best known and loved historical novelists. Now, in her vividly imagined World War I novels, Perry’s talents “have taken...


Strega

Burke #2

by Andrew Vachss

Andrew Vachss's implacable private eye has a new client, Strega. She wants Burke to find an obscene photograph—and that search will take him into the ocean that flows just beneath the city, an ocean whose...


Gun Monkeys

by Victor Gischler

Charlie Swift just pumped three .38-caliber bullets into a dead polar bear in his taxidermist girlfriend’s garage. But he’s a gun monkey, and no one can blame him for having an itchy trigger finger. Ever...