Books by Doug Allyn

THE BURNING OF RACHEL HAYES by Doug Allyn
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 16, 2004

"Following his appearances in several of prolific Allyn's short stories (All Creatures Dark and Dangerous, 1999, etc.), Dave's debut novel is written with flair and abundant warmth."
A small-town vet investigates a century-old crime while coping with his messy personal life. Read full book review >
ALL CREATURES DARK AND DANGEROUS by Doug Allyn
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 30, 1999

paper 1-885941-32-3 All Creatures Dark And Dangerous ($40.00, paper $16.00; Jun. 30; 208 pp.; 1-885941-31-5, paper 1-885941-32-3): Prolific storyteller Allyn (A Dance in Deep Water, 1997, etc.) collects seven stories—including the EQMM Readers Award—winning "Franken Kat" and "Roadkill"—in which veterinarian David Westbrook tends to the ailing animals of his rural Michigan town, and comes up against the deeper maladies of their human owners.

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BLACK WATER by Doug Allyn
Released: April 9, 1996

Young ex-con Jimmy Calderon came from Savannah to Michigan's upper peninsula to confront his wealthy birth father, Owen McClain. Read full book review >

ICEWATER MANSIONS by Doug Allyn
Released: March 24, 1995

Just because Mitch Mitchell is her late father's daughter doesn't mean she's not just as tough as the old man. Read full book review >

MOTOWN UNDERGROUND by Doug Allyn
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 22, 1993

Grisly second outing for Detroit cop Lupe Garcia (The Cheerio Killings, 1989), who now has to weather a gang-generated explosion, then turn down a request from a friend—cancer-riddled ex-cop Danny Kelly—to kill Danny's brutal partner in the rock club Underground. Read full book review >