Robert Pascuzzi is a successful entrepreneur, husband and father from the Midwest whose comfortable existence was shattered due to a horrendous crime that impacted he and his family. In the ... Read full author bio >
"A gripping, ultimately uplifting story about the power of Christian forgiveness."
Before The Telegraph (October 2014) and The Independent (January 2015) discovered the appeal of Suburban Noir fiction, I took to categorizing my novels under that banner because my work doesn ... Read full author bio >
"Featuring men and women who are as complex as they are familiar ... the nuanced and believable story paints its picture in striking colors."
Pursuit is Harry Taylor's second novel and it is a spin off from Rogues, Riches & Retribution. Thoughts on writing first occurred when Harry was a teenager studying in Manchester ... Read full author bio >
"An intriguing blend of legal thrills and Mafia matters."
A freelance writer, with experience of working for two intergovernmental organizations, GF has: authored a set of illustrated, French sci-fi short stories for use in schools; invented a board game ... Read full author bio >
"...the characters' delightfully ambiguous motives and backgrounds make distinguishing good or bad guys a near impossibility, giving the story an atmosphere of perennial unease."
Peter Goldman is an award-winning journalist and best-selling nonfiction author launching a second career writing genre-busting crime fiction for a literate audience. As a senior editor at Newsweek, he was ... Read full author bio >
C. Scoushe Rosa is a retired New York City teacher who has always had an interest in storytelling that started from listening to her relatives' entertaining Puerto Rican folktales or ... Read full author bio >
Mark R. Giesser is an American writer and theatrical producer/director who lives in London. His plays have been seen Off-Broadway, in American regional theatre, and in London's Off-West ... Read full author bio >
"As a work of darkly comic historical fiction, it's a resounding success."
Paul Murphy grew up in the Canadian city of Kingston, Ontario, which sits on Lake Ontario about halfway between Montreal and Toronto. He has lived in the Greater Toronto Area ... Read full author bio >
"Murphy delivers scenes full of confident dialogue and witty prose ... Murphy’s style is contagious and, with it, he effectively brings his characters to life."
Susan Taylor Chehak is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers Workshop and the author of several novels, including The Great Disappointment, Smithereens, The Story of Annie D., and ... Read full author bio >
"The turns these stories take, structurally and emotionally, prove that Chehak is not only a daring literary artisan, but a connoisseur of human frailty. An acerbic, stirring collection from a master of the craft."
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