Steve Bentley’s vacation in the Bahamas turns into a murder investigation, as his host is the chief suspect in the grisly murder of a beautiful singer.
After finding a disembodied hand in an airline overnight bag, the 87th’s detectives are tasked with tracking down the body it once belonged to.
A grim vision of a United States divided at the Mississippi River into two halves: one ruled by military martial law, the other a be-plagued nuclear and biological wasteland.
Humans arrive on a planet populated by matriarchal bee-like humanoids living in a strict caste system. While commenting on gender roles and monogamy, it turns into an adventure novel.
One of the first Cold War-era spy thrillers, a fine little tale of post-war intrigue. It has everything: the Orient Express, Soviets, Bulgarians, OSS operatives, and yes, even Nazis.
“He met a stranger – She said she was his wife.” A slick little tale about a man who wakes up with everyone thinking he’s somebody else. There’s a lurking shooter off in the woods, and a redheaded Tomboy, and some Red menace.
Kill Now, Pay Later by Robert Terrall, 35th in the Hard Case Crime series. A well-balanced hardboiled detective caper, but not anything to write home about.
Al Colby is roped into a world where double-crosses and shifting allegiances abound, becoming yet another treasure-hunter searching for a cache of hidden Inca gold.