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Gary Phillips' Hollis P.I.


A Haunting is Brewing

Gary Phillips' Nate Hollis leaps from the comic page to his first complete prose collection. Authors Juliet Blackwell, Bobby Nash, Aaron Philip Clark, and Derrick Ferguson join Phillips to create six double barreled tales of mystery and action. The streets are mean, but they don't hold a stick of dynamite to Hollis, P.I. From creator Gary Phillips and Pro Se Productions. "PI Nate Hollis originally sprang from the rich imagination of LA-based writer Gary Phillips, but he's so real and tactile he could climb off the page and buy you a bourbon. Now, four other authors are getting a piece of Nate, too, and this latest collection of Nate stories is wonderful. This is contemporary noir at its best, offering all the familiar pleasures of the genre, but giving them a modern makeover. Yes, this is a violent world that Nate inhabits, but he steers a true and moral course through the layers of deception, skullduggery and sometimes worse that make these stories such high-density entertainment. Nate's a great character and these stories do him justice and more.

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Love on Main Street

A Haunting is Brewing

A Snow Creek Christmas

Where love begins on Main Street and ends happily ever after.... Christmas, the most magical season, is almost upon the small mountain town of Snow Creek. For seven couples, holiday wishes mean more than just gifts or parties. Can Snow Creek pull off its annual holiday miracle of bringing love to town?

In Juliet's story "Queen Of Hearts" Serafina Rogers is not an impulsive person, but lately something's gotten into her. She walked away from warm San Diego, her scumbag ex-fiance, and her teaching job in order to come to Snow Creek and take over her deceased aunt's witchy supply store. Unfortunately, her hunky cowboy landlord, Joe, has other plans for the space, which hasn't turned a profit in years. Neither Joe nor Serafina believe in magic, much less romance. But when a Yule log is tossed on the fire, Serafina begins seeing things in her aunt's deck of cards, and Joe's niece goes missing...they might just have to change their minds.

Other stories from Christy Monroe, Cecilia Gray, Adrienne Bell, Rachael Herron, Ruby Laska andLisa Hughey.

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A Darling Bay Christmas

A Haunting is Brewing

Three Heartwarming Holiday Short Stories

Darling Bay's favorite Santa Claus has just died, but before the beloved Earl passed, he wrote a few really important letters. The letters are acting as matchmakers in Earl's absence, and three couples get pushed together by his ribbons of ink. Merriment shimmers, hearts are gladdened, and kisses are stolen during the storm that moves into Darling Bay over the holiday weekend. The storm threatens to shut down the whole town, but as hearts waken, will love triumph over all as Earl pulls heartstrings from above?

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A Haunting is Brewing

A Haunting is Brewing

Intermix novella featuring Mel Turner & Lily Ivory

Mel Turner (from the Haunted Home Renovation mysteries) is fixing up a rundown house for a Halloween Ball museum fundraiser. When she stumbles across a family of mysterious dolls in the attic, and then a student is killed, Mel realizes she needs a very special kind of help: Witchy help.

Luckily, Lily Ivory (from the Witchcraft Mysteries) is close at hand, and though she's never cared for dolls, she knows a magical poppet when she sees one.

Together, Lily and Mel must figure out the connections between the recent murder, a long-ago suicide, and the tragic history of the Victorian manse, before the dolls come to life and wreak havoc...on Halloween.

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Murder in La-La Land

Murder in La La Land

Edited by Juliet Blackwell, Eric Stone and Naomi Hirahara

"From Lesbian bars to the Golden Globe Awards, from the dry LA River to fancy mansions, I was amazed at the quality. All the authors had different styles, so it is hard to generalize, except to say you will probably like most of the stories, and learn a bit about LA."
   —Barnes & Noble review

From the authors of Sisters In Crime/Los Angeles, twelve tales of mystery and murder that confirm how L.A. got its name "La-La land." This is the LA chapter's third anthology, the first two being "Murder on Sunset Boulevard" and the second, "LAndmarked for Murder."

Edited by Juliet Blackwell, Eric Stone, and Naomi Hirahara, with stories by Gabriela Vazquez, Donna May, Pam Ripling, Patricia Morin, and others.


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Top Publications, Paperback (June 2010), ISBN-13: 9781929976645