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Top 10 Reads of 2010 By Our Customers

Here is my list for my ten favorite reads of 2010. Send me your own list and David will put it on our website. The book does not have to been published last year, only that you read it in 2010. I know when I am done I will have left off books t...

Ten Women Characters Men Could be Caught Dead Reading By Dave Biemann

1) Anna Lee - by Liza Cody Anna quit the cops and joined a private firm in London, where the secretary gives her grief and her boss hands her the same “female” assignments (burglar alarm sales) she quit the cops to get away from but she’s take...

Poems By Dave Biemann

A body thrown out catches in branches no alarms raised rots away an unattached bone finally falls a dog's owner points out to us a cold case in deed a long time in search of the victim backtracking toward who went m...

Bar Scenes By Dave Biemann

Jeanette leaned over the table to check the angle of a shot and her opponent caught a glimpse of her panties. She sank three balls in a row and bent over the table again, this time giving him a view of her cleavage. She sank three more balls and he h...

An Amazing Spring By Ruth Jordan

This column is a thank-you to many of today’s best writers and to everyone trying to write down what they want to say. Post 9-11 several writers of fiction had questions about the relevance of their livihood. It is extremely relevant. Once aga...

Meeting the People Behind the Words By Jon Jordan

The first author I met was Robert Crais. He was on his tour for Sunset Express and, at the time, I had read two of his books. I thought it would be cool to get the new one signed by the author. I ended up having so much fun that, soon I was going t...

The Funny Bones By Jennifer Jordan

Lenny Bruce said that all of his humor was based on destruction and despair and nothing less can be said of the following writers. They have melded the two seemingly polar opposites of crime fiction and humor into intelligent tales of people at their...

Follow My Lead By Jennifer Jordan

Life is not a problem to be solved, but a mystery to be lived. -Gabriel Marcel Writers are like magicians in their ability to pull characters out of their hats. The well-written protagonists become almost real people that can stay with the writer ...

Face the Music By Jennifer Jordan

How often, while your mind is immersed in a mystery, does the lead character slip a favorite cd into his player while he’s driving to parts unknown? Or perhaps when he’s drinking a bad day away? When Mr. “Heroic-Lead” listens to music, he lis...

Ten International Police Procedurals By Dave Biemann

1) - South Africa - Tromp Kramer and Mickey Zondi by James McClure: Set in Apartheid riddled South Africa, the eight book series featuring the White ("Boer") Tromp and his African partner Mickey make for both intriguing and enjoyable reading. The Ste...