Book List in Order: 18 titles

  • "In Everybody Lies in Hell Mike Stone's eternal damnation is a private detective's office in a re-imagined Brooklyn. In Hell, the beautiful woman with a case opens a literal Pandora's Box, and Stone is soon inundated by all-too-recognizable evils and...


  • Classic contemporary horror from the Shamus and Derringer-winning author of Small Crimes. Charlie is a Husker on the prowl in the New Hampshire wilderness when he falls in love with one of them: a girl named Jill. Loving Jill means leaving the Hu...


  • “My name’s Henry Dudlow. I’m fifteen and a half. And I’m cursed. Or damned. Take your pick. The reason? I see demons.” In dreary Newton, MA, nothing ever happens―at least not until Hendry Dudlow turns thirteen and notices that his nei...


  • THE EXPLOSIVE NEW CRIME NOVEL BY THE SHAMUS AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR AND NPR-SHORTLISTED “BEST MYSTERY AND CRIME WRITER”In The Interloper, Dave Zeltserman’s unique talent (“deserves comparison with the best of James Ellroy” – Publisher’s We...


  • The supernatural, unmissable new novel by the ALA Best Horror award nominee. In nineteenth-century Germany, one young man counts down the days until he can marry his beloved . . . until she is found brutally murdered, and the young man is accused of ...


  • From the author of the groundbreaking critically acclaimed 'man out of prison' noir trilogy (Small Crimes, Pariah, Killer) comes an exciting new novella series mixing hardboiled crime with government conspiracy.In this explosive followup to THE HUNTE...


  • Will you be able to figure out the mind-blowing secret of THE HUNTED?From the author of the groundbreaking 'man out of prison' noir trilogy (Small Crimes, Pariah, Killer) comes an exciting new novella series mixing hardboiled crime with government co...


  • Stan Green is a New York City Homicide Detective who has seen better days. As his family life threatens to disintegrate and his work partner disappears, he is assigned to the most shocking case of his career-a strange and remarkably violent murder. S...


  • Brutal lessons learned over a game of nine-ball; a war veteran who's been played as a sucker one too many times by his older brother; a salesman who stumbles upon the girl of his dreams only to learn that his dreams have all been nightmares; a con ma...






  • Jack Durkin is the ninth generation of Durkins who have weeded Lorne Field for nearly 300 years. Though he and his wife Lydia are miserable and would like nothing more than to leave, Jack must wait until his son has come of age to tend the field on h...


  • Praise for Dave Zeltserman:"If there's any other young writer out there who does crime noir better than Zeltserman, I don't even want to know."—Maureen Corrigan, The Washington Post"Zeltserman's breakthrough crime novel deserves comparison with the...


  • These award-winning Julius Katz mysteries have delighted thousands of mystery fans since first appearing on the pages of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009. 'Julius Katz' introduced readers to Boston's most brilliant, eccentric and possibly lazies...


  • Praise for Dave Zeltserman:“Pariah will keep you glued to its pages. There are no holds barred anywhere in this wonderful launch into evil. The meek beware . . . be-very-ware.” —Charlie Stella“This fusion of hard-boiled and bitter satire is b...



  • “What a sick puppy of a writer Dave Zeltserman is!...a doozy of a doom-laden crime story that not only makes merry with the justice system, but also satirizes those bottom feeders in the publishing industry who would sign Osama bin Laden to a six-f...


  • “There's a new name to add to the pantheon of the sons and daughters of Cain: Dave Zeltserman. His new novel, Small Crimes, is ingeniously twisted and imbued with a glossy coating of black humor… The plot of Small Crimes ricochets out from [its] ...



  • Denver private eye Johnny Lane runs a thriving agency. In fact, he’s so busy that he has to contract out his overflow cases. When Johnny's approached by a young woman to find her birth parents, he’s willing to take the case for almost nothing. It...