Hap and Leonard are hired to exchange a sack full of money for a mummified dog corpse; things go wildly amiss from there as the job flops and the duo unearth age-old murders…
Four tales from Lawrence Block’s early days, living on the border between sleaze and crime: south-o-the-border short novel Border Lust, two short stories, and the detective novella “Stag Party Girl.”
“He got on the Trailways bus in Galbraith, North Dakota, booked all the way through to Spokane. But the Help Wanted sign at the diner in Cross Creek was calling his name.”
Zach Blake and his daughter Penny return to Martha’s Vineyard, seeking the truth behind the “accidental” death of their wife/mother Mary.
Scott Henderson is on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. The one person whose testimony can clear him? A woman nobody, not even Henderson, remembers.
Three of Hammett’s early Continental Op stories from October, 1923 issues of the Black Mask pulp: “Arson Plus,” “Crooked Souls,” and “Slippery Fingers.”
His past had come calling, dropping by unexpectedly, in the shape of an officially unidentified female body left like garbage …
Inspector Meredith and Sergeant Strang investigate a counterfeiter and smuggling ring on the French Riviera, along with one mysterious murder of an Englishman…
A Latino border guard tries to keep the peace—and come to terms with himself—in a desolate borderland populated by strange locals, drug runners, and illegal immigrants.
Hap and Leonard get the band back together, pulling in characters from Lansdale’s other novels to take down a band of inbred hitmen who work for a mysterious criminal enterprise.
A collection of Hap and Leonard novellas and short stories, drawing from earlier, harder-to-find volumes like “Veil’s Visit,” “Hyenas,” and “Dead Aim.”