Month: March 2017

CRIME. NOIR. MYSTERY.

Michael Pool is a private investigator, writer, and martial artist born in Tyler, Texas and living in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. His crime noir novella, Debt Crusher, is out now from All Due Respect Books. A collection of Michael’s short fiction, New Alleys For...

DEBT CRUSHER

Cam Reynolds has a problem. When Cam’s longtime boss Tom Colcetti dies and leaves control of his criminal organization to his predatory son Tommy, Cam may finally get the chance to run a crew of his own. But Tommy has...

NEW ALLEYS FOR NOTHING MEN

New Alleys for Nothing Men features seven previously published stories along with five stories never before seen in print. Together, these eleven short stories and one novelette read like a handbook for the bent but not yet broken, humanizing even the...

FAST WOMEN AND NEON LIGHTS: EIGHTIES-INSPIRED NEON NOIR

The Fast Women and Neon Lights anthology is a wild criminal romp inspired by eighties crime movies and television shows, as well as the wacky, over-the-top eighties style and aesthetic. These eighteen hard-hitting, emotional, and often-hilarious stories written by some...

CRIME SYNDICATE MAGAZINE: ISSUE ONE

Crime Syndicate Magazine Issue One features eight of the funniest, most engaging, and best crime fiction short stories on the market today, including stories by crime author Eric Beetner (this issue’s Guest Editor), Art Taylor, Jeff Bowles, James Queally, Paul...

CRIME SYNDICATE MAGAZINE: ISSUE TWO

Crime Syndicate Magazine is back with nine of the hottest crime fiction short stories on the market today. This issue is full of a variety with noir stories, transgressive stories, stories about betrayal and lust, heist stories, rock and roll...

MIDNIGHT AT THE SAN FRANCISCAN

Sometimes revenge is the only thing keeping a man alive. Come midnight, Mike Treadwell is going to get his. No matter what. Late one Saturday night inside a Las Cruces, New Mexico restaurant called The San Franciscan,  disgraced family man...