Confessions of a Ghost Writer

Ghostwriting is a unique and incredible journey for any writer with some game. If you don’t write, you can’t play, but many ghostwriters find they have the chops to handle projects they would never have attempted on their own. So, confession one is that I’ve accepted writing jobs […]

Al W. Moe: Vegas and the Chicago Outfit

If there’s anything we’ve learned since newspaper photos of Bugsy Siegel’s bullet-riddled body were splashed across newspapers and magazines in the 1940s it is that the Mob is tough on crime. Well, more precisely, they are tough on anyone who commits a crime against them, especially theft. Nothing […]

Natalie Hanson: The Unknown Man

Author Natalie Hanson has embarked on a new series for her readers and Book One of the Zalla Bennbett mysteries is out – featuring a not-so-perfect loner in the FBI Special Agent’s protagonist role. Hanson plunges the reader of The Unknown Man into an intriguing kidnapping with the […]

Ali Gunn: The Grifter

The upcoming novel The Grifter is the second novel by Ali Gunn, this time working with Sean Campbell, author of Dead on Demand, the first installment in the DCI Morton Crime Novel Books. Dead has more than 2,000 reviews, and book two has nearly as many with 81% […]

Michael Allen: The Deeper Dark

Captain Haven Kayd is a fighter pilot who’s used to flying alone. Days, nights, all missions. But when he’s forced-down during an intel run, he’s not alone for long. Surrounded by the enemy, Haven is taken to a POW camp where he thinks often about his wife and […]