All the Sinners Bleed

All the Sinners Bleed
Author: S. A. Cosby
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Total Pages: 306
Release: 2023-06-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1250845645


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INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “Fresh and exhilarating. . . Cosby keeps his eye on the story and the pedal to the metal.” —Stephen King, The New York Times Book Review A Black sheriff. A serial killer. A small town ready to combust. The new novel from New York Times bestselling and Los Angeles Times Book Prize-winning author S. A. Cosby, "one of the most muscular, distinctive, grab-you-by-both-ears voices in American crime fiction.” —Washington Post. “An atmospheric pressure cooker.” —People Titus Crown is the first Black sheriff in the history of Charon County, Virginia. In recent decades, quiet Charon has had only two murders. But after years of working as an FBI agent, Titus knows better than anyone that while his hometown might seem like a land of moonshine, cornbread, and honeysuckle, secrets always fester under the surface. Then a year to the day after Titus’s election, a school teacher is killed by a former student and the student is fatally shot by Titus’s deputies. As Titus investigates the shootings, he unearths terrible crimes and a serial killer who has been hiding in plain sight, haunting the dirt lanes and woodland clearings of Charon. With the killer’s possible connections to a local church and the town’s harrowing history weighing on him, Titus projects confidence about closing the case while concealing a painful secret from his own past. At the same time, he also has to contend with a far-right group that wants to hold a parade in celebration of the town’s Confederate history. Charon is Titus’s home and his heart. But where faith and violence meet, there will be a reckoning. Powerful and unforgettable, All the Sinners Bleed confirms S. A. Cosby as “one of the most muscular, distinctive, grab-you-by-both-ears voices in American crime fiction” (The Washington Post).

All The Sinners Bleed

All The Sinners Bleed
Author: S. A. Cosby
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 374
Release: 2023-06-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1472299167


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***GUARDIAN BEST CRIME AND THRILLERS OF 2023*** THE TIMES - THRILLER OF THE MONTH*** *** MAIL ON SUNDAY - BEST NEW FICTION*** FINANCIAL TIMES - BEST NEW CRIME BOOKS*** 'A crackling good police procedural....fresh and exhilarating' STEPHEN KING 'Gripping' MICHAEL CONNELLY 'Titus Crown is one of the most compelling characters I've read in a long time.' STEVE CAVANAGH A BLACK SHERIFF. A SERIAL KILLER. AND A SMALL TOWN READY TO COMBUST. Titus Crown is the first Black sheriff in the history of Charon County, Virginia. In recent decades, Charon has had only two murders. After years of working as an FBI agent, no one knows better than Titus that while his hometown might seem like a land of moonshine, cornbread, and honeysuckle, secrets always fester under the surface. But a year to the day after Titus's election, a school teacher is killed by a former student. The student is then fatally shot by Titus's deputies. As Titus investigates the shootings, he unearths terrible crimes, and a serial killer who has been hiding in plain sight, haunting the dirt lanes and woodland clearings of Charon. With the killer's possible connections to a local church and the town's harrowing history weighing on him, Titus tries to project confidence about closing the case while concealing a painful secret from his own past. At the same time, he also has to contend with a far-right group that wants to hold a parade in celebration of the town's Confederate history. Charon is Titus's home and his heart. But where faith and violence meet, there will be a reckoning. 'Richly textured, this is elegant, fierce storytelling at its absolute best.' DAILY MAIL 'A distinctive, thrilling new voice in crime writing...will linger long after you've closed the book' DAILY EXPRESS 'American crime fiction has found its future and his name is S.A. Cosby' DENNIS LEHANE 'One of the most important new voices in crime fiction. I won't read a better book this year. Incredible.' M. W. CRAVEN 'A powerful crime thriller that pulls no punches' VASEEM KHAN 'An uncompromising, blistering Southern Gothic with a compelling, beautifully drawn protagonist in Titus Crown. Cosby's writing sings.' MASON CROSS

All the Sinners Bleed

All the Sinners Bleed
Author: S. A. Cosby
Publisher:
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2023-06-06
Genre:
ISBN: 9781250906540


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New York Times bestselling and Los Angeles Times Book Prize-winning author S. A. Cosby's All the Sinners Bleed is a novel about the first Black sheriff in a small Southern town, and his hunt for a killer. Titus Crowne is the first Black sheriff in the history of Charon County. A former FBI agent and security expert, Titus came home to take care of his father and look out for his troubled younger brother. He ran for Sheriff to make a difference, especially in the Black community which has so often been treated unfairly by the police. But a year to the day after his election, a school shooting rocks the town. A beloved teacher is killed by a former student, and as Titus attempts to deescalate and get the boy to surrender, his deputies fire a fatal shot. In the investigation, it becomes clear that the student they shot had been abused by the dead teacher, as well as by unidentified perpetrators. The trail leads to buried bodies - and secrets. While Titus tries to track down a killer hiding in plain sight, while balancing daily duties like protecting Confederate pride marchers, he must face what it means to be a Black man wearing a police uniform in the American South.

Mystery Tribune / Issue No20

Mystery Tribune / Issue No20
Author: Jason Starr
Publisher: Mystery Tribune
Total Pages: 292
Release: 2023-07-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN:


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Issue No20 features: A curated collection of short fiction including stories by Jason Starr, Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Greg Levin, Gillian French, , Cher Finver, Kevin Z. Garvey, John Joseph Ryan, David A. Summers, Robb T. White, and Jeff Soloway. Essays, Interviews and Reviews by J.B. Stevens, Scott Adlerberg, J.P. Hill, and Zakariah Johnson. Art and Photography by Hossein Goshtasbi. This issue also features a preview of the new graphic novel Blade Runner 2039 (Vol. 1) written by Mike Johnson and illustrated by Andres Guinaldo NY Times Bestselling author Reed Farrel Coleman has called Mystery Tribune “a cut above” and mystery grand masters Lawrence Block and Max Allan Collins have praised it for its “solid fiction” and “the most elegant design”. An elegantly crafted quarterly issue, printed on uncoated paper and with a beautiful layout designed for optimal reading experience, our Issue No20 issue will make a perfect companion or gift for avid mystery readers and fans of literary crime fiction.

Mystery Tribune / Issue No21

Mystery Tribune / Issue No21
Author: Nick Petrie
Publisher: Mystery Tribune
Total Pages: 316
Release: 2024-01-19
Genre: Fiction
ISBN:


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Issue No21 features: A new "Lewis" novella by Nick Petrie A curated collection of short fiction including stories by Reed Farrel Coleman, Art Taylor, Alan Orloff, Sharon Hunt, Albert Kanach, and Jeff Markowitz. Essays, Interviews and Reviews by Heather Levy, Zakariah Johnson, and Dale Davis. Art and Photography by Arturo Arvizu, Kseniia Nikitina, and Bade Fuwa. This issue also features a preview of the new graphic novel "Where The Body Was" by award-winning duo Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. NY Times Bestselling author Reed Farrel Coleman has called Mystery Tribune “a cut above” and mystery grand masters Lawrence Block and Max Allan Collins have praised it for its “solid fiction” and “the most elegant design”. An elegantly crafted quarterly issue, printed on uncoated paper and with a beautiful layout designed for optimal reading experience, our Issue No21 issue will make a perfect companion or gift for avid mystery readers and fans of literary crime fiction.

The Abrum Files

The Abrum Files
Author: Beau Johnson
Publisher: Down & Out Books
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2023-10-09
Genre: Fiction
ISBN:


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After his sister and mother are murdered by human traffickers, Bishop Rider, a former medic and police officer, spends the remainder of his life hunting not only the men who took his family from him, but every person like them. He is joined by many partners throughout his war. But when Jeramiah Abrum, the son of one of the men who murders Rider’s mother and sister, seeks out Rider to make amends for what his father set into motion all those years ago, a new level of retribution is born. But one man can only stand for so long against such darkness, and though Bishop Rider’s story unfolds within the pages of A Better Kind Of Hate, The Big Machine Eats, All Of Them To Burn, Brand New Dark, and Old Man Rider, all stories end, and Bishop Rider, he’s no exception, succumbing to the cancer within him. Which brings us to The Abrum Files and the question of what happens to those we leave behind. Jeramiah, now on his own, finds himself facing two choices; retreat from the life of murder and retribution he’s been a part of for years or pick up where he and Rider left off and using methods he’d kept in check while Rider was alive, attempt to end what he and Rider together could not. He will finish the work. Critical Acclaim for THE ABRUM FILES: “The Abrum Files is more than just a collection. It’s a statement. The mission continues. The guilty must face their fate. Love and Blood are both spilled across the pages.” —S.A. Cosby, bestselling author of All The Sinners Bleed and Razorblade Tears “If Andrew Vachss threw out his keyboard and somehow learned how to write on a chainsaw, then you get an idea of how Beau Johnson tells a tale. I don’t know if Grindhouse Noir is even a thing, but if it is, Johnson is the king.” —Todd Robinson, author of The Hard Bounce and Rough Trade “Dark, bloody, and full of Hell, The Abrum Files is line after line of pure, uncut, chainsaw noir. I loved it!” —Paul J. Garth, author of The Low White Plain “Violent though it may be, I'm chalking The Abrum Files up as one of my feel-good books of the year. In a world where this seems increasingly doubtful, we are reminded in these stories, time and again, that actions still have consequences. It’s not simply enjoyable fiction, it’s arguably vital. Beau Johnson is the poet laureate of vengeance and righteous anger.” —C. Matthew Smith, author of Twentymile “Beau Johnson’s newest novel, The Abrum Files, is chock-full of Old Testament-style justice and picks up right where his Bishop Rider series left off. Jeramiah Abrum is one bad good dude!” —Eli Cranor, author of the Edgar Award-winning Don’t Know Tough and Ozark Dogs “With every book, Beau Johnson continues to deliver the hardest-core noir out there. Call it Chainsaw Noir: funny, dark and bloody, but with a moral heart beating beneath it all.” —Nick Kolakowski, author of Love & Bullets and Payback Is Forever “With The Abrum Files: A Bishop Rider Book, Johnson makes you feel dirty, deranged and evokes a visceral reaction with each and every story. It runs the gamut of emotions—sorrow, remorse and elation—all the while knowing that you’re in the steady hands of Johnson’s pristine prose. This will make fans of Bishop Rider very happy.” —Steve Stred, author of Mastodon, Father of Lies, and Churn the Soil “The Abrum Files is Beau Johnson doing what he does best: demonstrating his innate understanding of the power of crime fiction—that once you crack through a sternum and scrape away the muck and the grime you find the truest aspects of humanity beating underneath.” —Rob Hart, author of The Warehouse and The Paradox Hotel “Beau Johnson is back, baby, and more ruthless than ever. More kills, more pain, more satisfyingly gruesome tidbits to whet your appetite for justice. The Abrum Files showcases Johnson’s razor-sharp wit and brass-knuckle skills for storytelling, each brief story giving the exact amount to keep reader’s turning pages. Whether Bishop Rider lives or not, I’m happy as long as Johnson is setting pen to paper.” —Laurel Hightower, author of Crossroads and Below “Equal parts terrifying, horrifying, exhilarating, and relentless, The Abrum Files is a roller coaster ride into the cavernous recesses of the worst of mankind. No one writes more viscerally about violence and its emotional toll than Beau Johnson, and his latest is another brutal dose of righteous vengeance that will leave you ragged and begging for more.” —James D.F. Hannah, author of the Henry Malone thriller series

The Church Hymn Book

The Church Hymn Book
Author:
Publisher:
Total Pages: 600
Release: 1873
Genre: Hymns, English
ISBN:


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The Church Hymn Book

The Church Hymn Book
Author: Anonymous
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 590
Release: 2023-09-29
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 3368198408


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Reprint of the original, first published in 1873.