• Miami Blues

    Miami Blues

    With fans ranging from Elmore Leonard to Quentin Tarantino, it's fair to say that Charles Willeford is a cult author of some repute. Discover where it all begins for homicide detective Hoke Moseley with a murder framed by the seedy backdrop of '80s Miami.

  • Manhattan Bridge

    Hot Town, Murder in the City

    Deborah Valentine explores New York in all its gritty glory, and introduces five authors who chronicle the teeming life of the world’s most exciting city with the greatest of flair and forensic precision.

  • Palm Trees

    Welcome to The Murder Room

    Come in, take a look around and browse our selection of crime classics. Whether your vice is detective, noir or thriller, we have authors to suit all criminal leanings.


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Detective Christie Opara arrests Murray Rogoff for indecent exposure and, within hours, he's out on bail. Soon after, the body of a young dancer is found stashed behind the stairway of a Bronx apartment building, and the killer's signature links her with two previous murders. When Christie starts to get strange, late-night phone calls her instincts tell her that Rogoff's the serial killer they're hunting. With the reluctant approval of her boss, Christie prepares to become the bait of a deadly psychopath.