Interview with British crime novelist, Keith Dixon. Learn how a chance encounter with a suitcase full of Elmore Leonard and Robert B. Parker novels turned an English lit major into a American noir style pulp novelist.
Interview with retro-mystery writer, George Mazzeo. What happens when the Maltese Falcon meets Terry and the Pirates? Tune in and let George and I tell you all about it.
Interview with cozy mystery writer Cee Cee James. From memoirs about her life as a homeless teen and survivor of abuse, to a series of sweet romance to the Angel Lake mystery series, Cee Cee and I discuss what keeps writing interesting.
Interview with mystery/thriller writer, Daniel Stephen Foster. Dan and I discuss everything from werewolves to Greek mythology.
Interview with espionage thriller writer Alan Petersen. Alan and I talk podcasting, politics, and why having a Costa Rican mother and an American father can lead to some interesting life experiences as fodder for a young writer.
Interview with historical fiction author, Andrew Joyce. Andrew and I discuss the joys of hitchhiking, and the tragedy of our nation's shameful treatment of the indigenous peoples of the American west.
Interview with post-apocalyptic, and zombie writer, Graham Toseland. After accounting for everyone in America with the same first name, Graham and I discuss EMPs and what Scotsmen wear under their kilts.
Interview with award nominated horror and speculative fiction author, Craig DiLouie. Craig tells us how he came up with the idea for his story, Suffer the Children, which has been optioned for film.
Interview with noir mystery writer, WH Lock, author of the Jack Story mystery series. Joins us as WH and I discuss his influencers from super heroes, steam punk, and Raymond Chandler.
Interview with fantasy thriller writer Joseph Malik, author of the Otherworld series. Joseph, a former spec ops specialist who still serves in the reserves, shares with us everything he can about his stories without having to kill us.
Interview with romantic thriller writer Abby Vegas, author of Clean Break. Join Abby and I as Abby tells us about her missed-connection with Marla Maples-Trump, and I explain why I can no longer trust Nathan Lane's movie reviews.
Interview with mystery and thriller writer Renée Pawlish, author of the Reed Ferguson mysteries series. We discuss Renee's various series as well as the thriller and mystery promo program she runs.
The conclusion of a traditional PI yarn in the Watson/Holmes mold about the investigation into the murder of a small town politician.
A PI who has been brought in to verify the motive in the shooting murder of a small town politician decides to go to strange extremes to make his case.
The investigation of the murder of a local West Virginia politician continues as Lupa Schwartz and Cattleya Hoskin travel south in an investigation involving fracking, gambling, and Internet hackers.
In this first part of a novella in four parts, a PI is hired to confirm the motive behind the murder of a small-town city councilman.
When a man's mother is kidnapped and held for a prisoner exchange, he has to decide which is stronger; his contempt for her or his loathing for her.
Paying a debt is more than just one person's responsibility. It's the responsibility of whoever the strange loner with his own code of ethics says it is.
Two buddies plan a snatch and grab, but things go wonky before they even get started when one of the pair is left stewing in wait for his tardy partner.
This story could alternately be titled Love in an Elevator. It's a story of love, vengeance, and a kidnapping gone wrong.
A group of teenage boys create a life-or-death puzzle they must solve before their friend pays the ultimate price.
Two baddies face off against each other guns a'blazing on a residential city street. Somebody's going to get hurt. Somebody is going to get hurt real bad.
In this final installment of our four-part story we learn exactly what Eric Dadjov has been planning and plotting all along. Or do we? All of your questions are answered ... except for the ones which aren't.
A man betrayed by love and friendship finds a kindred soul in a forlorn bounty hunter. But is their friendship real or just an excuse to plot against their exes?
Gradually, the details of a bounty hunter's story begin to suggest that the suspect he has befriended has a sinister plan for revenge brewing. Is the bounty hunter complicit, a dupe, or is he the next victim of the cuckold?