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Midnight Rain: A Detective Jack Dunning Novel

by Arlette Lees Wildside Press (April 07, 2014)

"Detective Jack Dunning and his partner Jim Tunney have their hands full. Two young boys have turned up dead within a two-month period on the same stretch of lonely highway outside the small agricultural town...


Death Smells of Cordite: A Classic Crime Novel

by Gordon Landsborough Wildside Press (July 29, 2013)

Russ Farran has a plush mansion and millions stashed away in the bank, all garnered from his 1950s Los Angeles aeronautics empire. But that empire is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, due to a series of...


The Private Eye: Classic Crime Stories

by Ernest Dudley Wildside Press (April 25, 2013)

Ernest Dudley, creator of that superb pair of sleuths, Dr. Morelle and Miss Frayle, here introduces another vivid character, Nat Craig, whose methods as London's foremost private investigator are utterly different...


The Sea Was Wet as Wet Could Be: A Cronyn & Justice Fantasy Mystery

by Mel Gilden Wildside Press (September 28, 2012)

In a Los Angeles that is something like ours--but in which magic has become an integral part of society--P.I. Turner Cronyn and a beautiful woman named Astraea Scales investigate the theft of Big Al (the Triton)'s...


Mambo to Murder

by Ronal Kayser & Dale Clark Wildside Press (November 16, 2017)

DANCE TO THE TUNE OF THE GUN!

The cops told Joe Moran he was through as a private eye. They’d revoked his license, taken away his gun permit, and given him orders to get out of the state. They’d had enough...