'Unholy City' by Carrie Smith

Carrie Smith’s third Claire Codella novel, Unholy City, is set at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan, a site of faith, history–and murder…. read more

'Taken In' by Erica Abbott

Delightfully entertaining, jam-packed with baffling suspects and a surprising twist, all leading us to its satisfying end. Taken In is a great read for the couch or the beach…. read more

LGBTQ Crime Writers Draw Crowd at Bouchercon 2017

During Bouchercon 2017, one of the world’s largest annual world mystery conferences, a sizable and enthusiastic group of fans, writers, and members of the publishing industry turned out for “Reading the Rainbow,” a panel dedicated to LGBTQ crime writing. For the second year in a row, the LGBTQ panel has been well attended and warmly… read more

'Listening to the Dead' by George Seaton

“Despite the quasi-mystical premise of the novel, in many ways Listening to the Dead speaks more truthfully about policework and men’s relationships than some crime and romance novels that purport to do just that.”… read more