Blacklight: 'A Kind of Justice' by Renee James

Against all odds, Bobbi Logan, a statuesque transgender woman, has become one of Chicago’s most celebrated hair stylists and the owner of one of the city’s poshest salons. She is finally comfortable with who she is, widely admired in her community, about to enjoy the success she deserves.

Then her impossibly perfect life falls apart.

In the space of a few weeks, the Great Recession drags her business to the brink of failure, her beloved ex-wife needs help in facing a terrible tragedy, and a hateful police detective storms back into her life, determined to convict her of the five-year-old murder of John Strand—pillar of the community—and a sexual predator.

Blacklight: James’ A Kind of Justice depicts the compelling struggle of a shrewd transwoman accused of a vicious crime.
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'Incident at Elder Creek' by Anna Furtado

Elder Creek is a tiny mining town that is slowly dying. Writer Tucker Stevens has returned home to head a revitalization project which will turn the town into a cultural and historical point of interest and hopefully bring in tourists and much-needed dollars to the depressed town. On her return home, Tucker discovers that prior to… read more

‘Walk-in’ by T.L. Hart

If you like your mysteries filled with red herrings, twists, and turns, you’ll be thoroughly entertained by this book… read more

‘The Show House’ by Dan Lopez

The Show House is a mystery that brings together murder, passion, family, and ideas of what it means to be gay in the face of normative pressures
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'Leaving Paris' by Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has created a trio of interlocking novels that can be read in any order. Read Leaving Paris first and you’ll know the “end” of the story. Read them backwards and the characters become richer and the intricate plot lines reveal their origins… read more