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“Dark End of the Street” by Jonathan Santlofer & S.J. Rozan (editor)

Special limited edition of this exceptional anthology, signed by every contributor. The edition is limited to 250 copies, and numbered. Bound in marbled boards with a leather spine.
The vision of the editors was to produce a collection of dark tales, half written by mystery writers, the other half by mainstream literary writers, in which it is clear that the lines between the two camps have blurred. Some of the world’s most distinguished authors have written original, never previously published, stories for this landmark volume. The contributors to this collection are Madison Smart Bell, Lawrence Block, Stephen L. Carter, Lee Child, Michael Connelly, Lynn Freed, James Grady, Amy Hempel, Janice Lee, Jonathan Lethem, Laura Lippman, Patrick McCabe, Val McDermid, Joyce Carol Oates, Francine Prose, Abraham Rodriguez Jr., S. J. Rozan, Jonathan Santlofer, and Edmund White.

Pulitzer Prize Award Nominee Ace Atkins is the April 2010 Favorite Author at VJ Books

Brilliant criminal writer Ace Atkins is the April 2010 Favorite Author at VJ Books.

Before turning to writing full time, Atkins worked as a crime reporter in the newsroom of The Tampa Tribune for several years. Here he earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination and Livingston Award nomination for his seven-part series about an unsolved murder of a Tampa socialite in 1956, “Tampa Confidential,” which had the whole city buzzing for weeks.

Over the past decade, Ace Atkins has been building up an immense following for his engaging fiction based on actual historical events. An amazingly thorough researcher, Atkins writes with authority using his extensive reading of historical records to create compelling fiction.

Ace Atkins is also the author of four… (more…)