Space western with a new sheriff in town! After the interesting if uneventful first volume introduces the main characters, things …
After seeing the high praise from Robert Kirkman and Brian K. Vaughn, I was really expecting this one to wow …
For the first time in centuries, someone has committed premeditated murder—almost unthinkable in an age of telepathy. Psychic detective Lincoln Powell will risk it all to meet out justice.
When a famed hypnotist is found bludgeoned to death in his home, detectives Krug and Kellogg set out to solve what may be their strangest case yet.
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…
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.
A woman’s body is pulled out of Santa Monica bay with only one clue to her identity: a lawyer’s business card in a waterproof case, wrapped around her neck like a necklace.
A rainy night, a car skidding into the drive of a hospital, the son of a local politician dead of a heroin overdose. This triggers an intense police search for the pusher.
A diabolical killer draws quadriplegic and former criminologist Lincoln Rhyme back into the field of forensics, engaging a battle of minds with the lives of kidnapped victims hanging in the balance.
He bruised their mouths with a brutal kiss and then he strangled them… slowly. Every one of them was young and lovely, every one of them a cop’s wife or sweetheart.
The 87th Precinct squadroom is held hostage by a dead con’s suicidal wife, armed with a .38 and a bottle of nitro. Her target—Steve Carella!