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Annette Meyers is the author of 8 Smith and Wetzon Wall Street mysteries, 2 Olivia Brown 1920s mysteries, a stand-alone suspense novel: Repentances, as well as short stories in many anthologies. As Maan Meyers, she and her late husband Martin have written 7 history-mysteries known at The Dutchman Chronicles and numerous short stories set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. One of Annette’s short stories was included in Best American Mystery Stories, 2002. She was the 10th president of Sisters in Crime and serves on the board of the International Association of Crime Writers, NA. She is an arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Maan Meyers is the pseudonym for the husband/wife team of Martin and Annette Meyers writing together. Annette Meyers has had many years of experience working on Wall Street, and was assistant to Broadway director/producer Hal Prince for sixteen years. Martin Meyers was an actor who appeared on Broadway and in film and television. Together and individually, they have written mystery short stories and novels. Annette resides in New York City.
Happily ensconced in her Bedford Street brownstone, Olivia Brown is having the time of her life: writing sonnets and downing martinis, making conquests and making love. Indeed, she doubts that anything could tempt her away from her Village home until she succumbs to the lure of a house party in Croton that promises sparkling conversation, bucolic views, and plenty of free-flowing gin.
Leslie Wetzon had a bad feeling when her on-again, off-again lover, Detective Silvestri, began investigating the homicide of an old flame. It was a feeling that only got worse when she learned that the victim was a friend of the woman who runs The Groaning Board. Wetzon's business partner Xenia Smith has just hired the upscale gourmet food service to cater an important dinner party.
It is the winter of 1808. Thomas Jefferson is President. John Tonneman, the young physician whose involvement with murder was the basis for Maan Meyers's previous mystery, The Kingsbridge Plot, is now past sixty. Surely this should be a time to contemplate retirement and enjoy the pleasures of life with his beloved wife, Mariana, and their three children.
In November 1864, Manhattan mirrors the tumult of the Civil War. Bowery toughs rub shoulders with fashionable theatergoers, crippled veterans beg on the streets, and runaway slaves huddle in Underground Railroad safe houses. Last year's Draft Riots tore the city apart; many fear another uprising on Election Day.
Former pulp writer and current hack Russell Dancer invites Nameless to the first annual Western Pulp Convention in San Francisco. He wants Nameless to help him locate the person who is trying to blackmail Dancer for a purported plagiarism of a story called "Hoodwink."
For the new president of one South American country, the worst nightmare had come true. His 19-year-old daughter, ripped from the quiet seclusion of a private school, had vanished into thin air. His greatest hope in seeing her alive lay with help from the U.S. But in this Yankee-hating hotbed, it would take nothing less than supersoldiers to move fast enough to make the rescue before they were noticed.
Washington wanted a safe war, where no American died and the enemy was pounded into submission. In Guam and Thailand a handful of men were chosen to fight that kind of war. The operation was Linebacker, and the mission was to use the big, bomb-ladened B-52s to strike terror deep behind the DMZ.
CONTINUING HIS EXPLORATION of the quest for redemption, Bill Pronzini grabs the reader with the opening line of Step to the Graveyard Easy and shows once again why he is considered one of the best of the contemporary noir authors.
It began in the ruins of the Mayan city of Tulum, moved to the swamps of Louisiana and ended on the California coast. A defrocked priest, child sex slaves, and a multi-headed international conspiracy of evil face “Doc” Roberts, Warlord, Psycho and the rest of the TAC Team.
Mount Rushmore's Hall of Records stands empty and the four Presidents safely unshackled from their icy prison. But John Rourke is missing and no one has a clue to his whereabouts. Genetically engineered insects spread a deadly plague with a high mortality rate.
Suspense builds from the very first page and erupts in a shocking climax in this riveting supernatural thriller.
Botma Africa: thousands slaughtered or displaced, children sold into slavery, rampant death and destruction, ancient superstitions ensnare the populace, all at the hands of ruthless dictator, Nishati Azibo.
He said slowly, “You know how sometimes something happens, and afterwards you think what you could have – should have – done, if only you had the nerve and the confidence to do it, but of course by the time you think that, it’s too late.”
Being a double agent is easy... it's being a triple agent that's difficult. What does one do when one's Intelligence Service is penetrated through and through by the enemy? What can one do when a man destined to become the head of one’s Intelligence Service is suspected of working for the enemy?
THE ROURKE FAMILY. Were they larger than life survivors from another place in history with superior intellect and skills? Or just normal people who were determined to survive, who were led into the future by John Thomas Rourke, who always believed in planning ahead?
How strange it would be to spend almost all of your life inside a cave; albeit a cave with all the comforts of home. Skills taught to them at an early age kept them and their cryogenically sleeping family safe inside their shelter while waiting for the long anticipated return of the Eden Project.
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In the News
Check out a few of our authors interviewed on the YA Books Podcast Series including Sharon Ahern on Feb 18, 2016, Rich Meyrick on Feb 2, 2016, and Robert Raynor on Dec 10, 2015.
A review of Fiume – the Lost River by Caleb Pirtle III of the Literary Blog Venture Galleries.
Author Thom Reese discusses his latest novel, THE EMPTY.
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