Flash Fiction Friday: The Artist

  They came for the artist in the night, dragged him down the stairs roughly, but careful always of his fingers, and threw him into the back of an unmarked van. Despite the commotion, his neighbors deliberately did not wake, did not hear, did wonder. To notice was to be noticed, as the artist had... Continue Reading →

“The Alchemist in the Attic” is Now Available

The Alchemist in the Attic is a historical mystery with occult undertones—a tale of rival newspapermen, murder, and alchemy in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. It is now available for a limited launch price of $0.99 on Amazon. Here is the Blurb and a Brief Excerpt: San Francisco 1899. As the city prepares to welcome the new century, a twisted killer enacts... Continue Reading →

Werewoman by Piers Anthony

Piers Anthony's WereWoman is a tongue-in-cheek fantasy noir romp, filled with Witches, Demons, Weres, Ghosts and Zombies. Anthony has a light comic touch and a strong command of the genres and world he has created. Philomen is a PI—newly licensed and fresh out of school. He is also a shape changing Were with an unusual... Continue Reading →

The Buried Life by Carrie Patel

  Carrie Patel's first novel, The Buried Life, is a dystopian mystery set in the underground city of Recoletta. Centuries before a disaster known only as the Catastrophe forced humanity to abandon the surface and build underground city-states. There they built a pseudo Victorian society based on order and class. Literature and art are freely... Continue Reading →

Book Review: White Rabbit by K.A. Laity

K.A. Laity's White Rabbit is tightly written fantasy noir. James Draygo is a disgraced former detective who makes a living as a genuine psychic masquerading as a fake. When a wealthy media mogul's wife is murdered in his office and he's left literally holding the gun, Draygo finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy involving cults,... Continue Reading →

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