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Two for the Money
by Max Allan Collins

To wipe the slate clean with an old enemy, professional thief Nolan agrees to pull one last bank heist — but when he’s double-crossed, he’ll stop at nothing to get back what’s his. Fortunately, Nolan has a couple of things going for him: an uncanny knack for survival and an unmatched hunger for revenge... * New York Times bestselling author of ROAD TO PERDITION, basis of the acclaimed movie starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman * TWO FOR THE MONEY includes two complete novels that tell a single epic story — published for the first time in a single volume. * Features a brand-new Afterword by the author * Noir Originals on Max Allan Collins’ Nolan series: "I’ve loved every single Nolan book...finding Nolan [is] like discovering a new kind of drug." Raves for the work of Max Allan Collins... "No one can twist you through a maze with as much intensity and suspense as Max Allan Collins." — Clive Cussler "One of the new masters of the genre." — Atlanta Journal Constitution "Collins breaks out a really good one, knocking over the hard-boiled competition (Parker and Leonard for sure, maybe even Puzo)...the book is unputdownable. Never done better." — Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Oh, Murderer Mine
by Norbert Davis

Doan and Carstairs return in another laugh-filled riot. Doan, the chubby private eye with a fondness for weak women and strong drink, and Carstairs, his enormous Great Dane sidekick, have been hired by fifty-four-year-old but still glamorous beauty maven Heloise of Hollywood to make sure that no young lovely tries to steal her 26-year-old hunk of a husband, Eric Trent. Shortly thereafter, Trent, a meteorologist at a local college (and known in the magazines as "Handsome Lover Boy") steals the office of young anthropologist Melissa Gregory, shots are fired, Carstairs runs wild in a beauty salon, and bodies start falling. This 1946 entertainment is the final volume in the Carstairs and Doan trilogy, a series heralded by critics as one of the funniest in the annals of private eye fiction.

Top of The Heap
by Erle Stanley Gardner

When the beautiful girlfriend of a notorious gangster vanishes, it's up to P.I. Donald Cool to get to the bottom of her disappearance -- and of a mining scam, an illegal casino operation, a double homicide, and an opportunity for an enterprising private eye to make a small fortune...if he can just stay alive long enough to cash in!

Liquid Death and Other Stories
by John Russell Fearn

JOHN RUSSELL FEARN began his writing career as a pioneer in the science fiction field, appearing in all of the American pulp science fiction magazines in the early 1930s. However, many of his fans don't know that Fearn was also a prolific and successful writer in other genres, especially crime and detective fiction. This volume contains some of his best stories from the famous pulp magazine, Thrilling Mystery Stories, plus several others, including two which are previously unpublished.