IT'S PUB DAY
Today Brash Books is releasing nine titles—one stunning new thriller and eight highly-acclaimed, award-winning novels. Our motto is "we publish the best crime novels in existence." These books prove it:
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by Craig Faustus Buck
NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED! Craig Faustus Buck's first novel is a wildly inventive, relentlessly entertaining thriller about an ex-cop-turned-tabloid reporter who investigates the unsolved, 20-year-old murder of a legendary rock-n-roll Goddess...bringing the cold case to a fast boil. You won't want to miss this amazing debut!
"It's a crime novel dream, delightful and quirky."
“Sexy, tough and comic—and often all three at once.”
—T. Jefferson Parker, New York Times bestselling author
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by Phoef Sutton
The brilliant new thriller from the multiple Emmy-Award winning writer of CHEERS and co-author of the upcoming WICKED CHARMS with Janet Evanovich.
by Gerald Duff
"A tangy tale of murder, gang warfare, crack cocaine, and barbecue."
by Carolyn Weston
The second blockbuster thriller in the series that became the hit TV show "The Streets of San Francisco."
by W.L Ripley
The first novel in the blockbuster series.
"Storme is one of my all-time favorite series characters, up there with Spenser and Dave Robicheaux."
—Ace Atkins, New York Times bestselling author of Robert B. Parker's Kickback
|A WITNESS ABOVE|
by Andy Straka
The first novel in the Shamus Award Winning and Anthony & Agatha Award nominated series.
"A breath of fresh air in the private eye fiction."
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by Barbara Neely
The third, ground-breaking Blanche White mystery by the Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity Award winning author.
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by Andy Straka
The Anthony Award-nominated second novel in the series thatNew York Times bestselling author Rick Riordan says makes Straka "one of the rising stars of the mystery genre."
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by Jack Lynch
The seventh book in the multiple Edgar and Shamus nominated series.
"The books are damn good, featuring a hard but believable hero."
—The Thrilling Detective