An original collection of under-appreciated and overlooked Golden Age mystery stories set in London, from the British Library Crime Classics series.
Avice Benner Cho returns to Embassytown, home of the enigmatic Hosts and soon to be a flashpoint as cultures, factions, and even languages come into conflict.
A monster is stalking the crumbling streets of Detroit—a perverse artist who kills a teenager and replaces his lower legs with those of a fawn…
I’ve meant to do an art post about the works of Glen Orbik for a while now. And I’m shocked …
When Paul Rees witnessess a hit-and-run that’s a clear homicide, he becomes the prime suspect of detectives Krug and Kellogg in this twisty-turny procedural.
The British Library Crime Classics’ first short-story anthology, collecting fourteen vintage mystery shorts first published between 1910 and 1953.
When humanity finds another spacefaring race wallowing in mud and its own excrement, its unpleasant characteristics cause human scientists to question its intelligence.
This classic alternate history examines the England of 1968, after Queen Elizabeth was assassinated and the Spanish Armada led to the successful Catholic conquest of England.
When Laurel Dane is murdered, and facing police suspicions of his involvement. P.I. Ed Clive sets out in search of vengeance to find her killer and clear his name.
The second Tim Waverly novel after Michigan Roll sees the gambler forced into a high-stakes poker game to buy his way to freedom from a vengeful mafioso.
In the face of a looming eco-apocalypse, a small band of survivalist scientists turn to cloning to preserve the human race. The clones, of course, have other goals in mind.