Book List in Order:10 titles

  • Home Invasion, a novel in stories, looks at two generations of the Batch family over forty years, and the ways in which alcohol, petty crime, poor parenting, and bad choices have had a negative impact on them. Each story in the book advances their jo...


  • In print for the first time, Monkey Justice collects the first stories of Anthony, Edgar and Macavity-nominated author Patricia Abbott. These stories explore the dark side of human behavior and are more about victims than perpetrators of crime: a fat...


  • A collection of extraordinary riveting and thought provoking stories from Edgar and Anthony award nominee Patricia Abbott that explore the dark side of human behavior. A daughter finds a way to save a mother who no longer knows her name. A father eas...


  • Looking for crime fiction featuring kickass women? Betty Fedora Issue Three contains new short stories from these kickass writers:VICTORIA WEISFELDPRESTON LANGLOUISA BARNESCOLLEEN QUINNLAUREN BUCKINGHAMGRAEME MAUGHANLORI WOLFPATRICIA ABBOTT...


  • Nominated for the Edgar Award and the Anthony Award Violet Hart is a photographer who has always returned to cobble out a life for herself in the oddly womblike interiors of Detroit. Nearing forty, she’s keenly aware that the time for artistic rec...


  • Nominated for the Anthony and Macavity Award Evil doesn't always live next door. Sometimes it lives right in your own home. Eve Moran has always wanted things, her powers of seduction impossible to resist for those who come in contact with her tox...


  • The Scaredy Cats books are a series of short, kind of creepy, kind of scary, books for young children ages 5-8. The Mirror is the first in this series. The story is about three brothers who often fight and the mother getting tired of it. She see an e...


  • If you thought standing in line at your local warehouse store was murder then you haven't been to Megamart. From over 40 authors come flash fiction tales of superstore madness and mayhem that will make you think twice the next time you hear "cl...


  • Author of Goodbye Dear, I'll Be Back in a Year A watershed year, 1945 is an end and a beginning: the end of the largest and most profound war in human history; the beginning of an unprecedented period of growth for the United States and its emergence...






  • The first time Ginny Fairfax sees Jack Andrews she silently says "Hubba Hubba." He is the man she wants in her rose-covered cottage. By 1940 Roosevelt instituted the one-year draft and Jack believes that he'll be back in one year. It is four invasion...