|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 Matthew Louis|
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.
|The Street Martyr by T. Fox Dunham|
Philadelphia native T. Fox Dunham lends his unique, lyrical voice to the crime genre in this gritty modern classic in which the heroes could be villains if the bad guys weren't so much worse.
|Love Stories Are Too Violent For Me by Will Viharo|
Back in print after two decades, this modern, ironic detective story features iconic private eye Vic Valentine, who is hired by a hard-drinking professional baseball player to find a vanished lover
|Fragmented by George Fong|
When special agent Jack Paris learns a man he locked up years ago has escaped, it's a race against time to keep a madman from racking up more victims.
|The Scent of New Death by Mike Monson|
A truly twisted novella—even by Gutter standards—in which a zen bank robber's sexy young wife and dashing partner double-cross him, and he sets out to make them pay.
|The Immortal Game by Mike Miner|
A tough PI is caught in the crossfire of a mob war in this first rate novella set in the mean streets of Boston.
|Trouble in the Heartland Edited by Joe Clifford|
Ever wonder what would happen if the toughest crime writers in the game, including Dennis Lehane, wrote stories based on Springsteen classics? Here's your answer.
|Noir Riot Edited by Cullen Gallagher. Produced by Lou Boxer and Matthew Louis. Designed by Jeff Wong.|
The Kick-ass NoirCon companion. Fiction and poetry about the state of Noir in 2014. Featuring Ken Bruen, Bill Crider and many others.
|The Triangle by J. Buck Williams|
The true inside story of the world's first terrorist rock and roll band. Anyone who has ever played with a rock group, in the garage or on stage, will see themselves in these pages.
|Heat of the Moment by Steven Axelrod|
The inside account of a normal guy teaching at a prestigious private school who makes all the wrong choices for the worst possible reason.