And, since beginning in 2016, we are releasing TWO BOOKS A MONTH, on January 15th we will publish I’m Not Happy Til You’re Not Happy, a book of short fiction by Ryan Sayles.
On February 1, we will bring youA Killer’s Love, a psycho noir by Mike Monson. It’s not a nice story.
Mike Monson is the author of the short story collection Criminal Love, and the crime/noir novellas The Scent of New Death and What Happens in Reno,and the novel Tussinland. He is the co-publisher of All Due Respect Books.
February 15 will be a wonderful day because we will be releasing Route 12, by Marietta Miles.
More stories can be found at www.mariettamiles.blogspot.com. Born in Alabama, raised in Louisiana, she currently resides in Virginia with her husband and two children.
On March 1, we got Vern In The Heat, by Rob Pierce. This new book is a novella about a man who usually works drops and pickups for a crime organization but gets set up, and suddenly has two gang bosses after his head. And it’s a love story.
On April 1, we’ve got Suicide Lounge, the third installment in the Selena saga, by Greg Barth.
April 15, we will release Squeeze, by Chris Rhatigan. This novella features sleazy newspaper reporter Lionel Kasper, who you may remember from the novella A Pack of Lies, which was Rhatigan’s contribution to our double-noir publication Two Bullets Solve Everything. Again, Kasper proves he will do anything for a buck. Anything.
Next, on May 1, we will bring you something tasty: The great Paul Brazill has gathered his wonderful shorts into a collection and we are lucky enough to get to publish it. Brazill describes The Last Laugh and Other Shots of Noir as “a sharp, violent and blackly comic look at life through a glass darkly.”
On May 15, we will release Cleaning Up Finn, a noir by Sarah M. Chen.
Her noir novella, Cleaning Up Finn,proves she can write something over 6,000 words.www.sarahmchen.com.
Now, for the summer, we’ve got some books acquired that just haven’t got an exact publication date just yet. Those books are:
Kill ‘Em With Kindness, by CS DeWildt
Only Bones, by Daniel Vlasaty, a tale of urban grit and desperation in its most pure and unfiltered state.
Also coming is Prelude to the Massacre, by Stan Miller.
Prelude To The Massacre is a completely uncompromising look at people and places and events that are truly criminal and truly awful–and completely believable.
And, one more thing. We JUST acquired the latest book by Preston Lang, The Sin Tax.
Preston Lang is a freelance writer, living and working in New York City. His first crime novel, The Carrier was published in March 2014 by 280 Steps, and his second, The Blind Rooster, came out October 2014 from Crime Wave Press. Hw writes a monthly column for WebMD.com. He also teaches a little math and works for a moving company.