|Dodging Bullets by Joe McKinney|
A novel of a small-time heroin dealer who tries to go straight and finds himself in a battle to the death with the Mexican Mafia.
|On the Make by John D. MacDonald|
Before there was Travis McGee, John D. MacDonald wrote short, brutal standalones in which nobody—or damned near nobody—was left standing. Our edition comes with two bonus essays!
|The Wrong Man by William Ingsley|
A harrowing tale of a regular guy who finds himself locked in a brutal war with small-time gangsters after he's wrongly accused of stealing a brick of marijuana.
|The Flying Saucers are Real by Donald Keyhoe|
In 1950, Gold Medal Books published the first full-length inquiry into the UFO phenomenon. Today Gutter Books revives this classic and re-introduces its numerous questions that are still unanswered after 60 years.
|Fast One by Paul Cain |
The most hard-boiled novel of the 1930s! Mysterious Black Mask scribe Paul Cain offers a cynical, violent tale of LA gangsters under prohibition. Includes a new bio and bonus essay.
|High Sierra by W. R. Burnett|
A true classic, this gem about a washed up gangster on a doomed heist will keep you flipping pages. Includes a great introduction and other bonus material.
|Atomic Noir edited by Duane Swierczynski and Lou Boxer|
Four incredible stories that focus on Post-WW II America and the world-wise style of pulp fiction that arose in the 1950s and '60s.