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The Big Nap
A Tracy Brubaker Mystery #1

by John Stell




6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
212 pages
Midnight Marquee Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1936168620
ISBN-10: 1936168626
BISAC: Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
Tracy Brubaker is a successful Maryland attorney who doesn’t handle murder cases—that is until her former lover, the man who broke her heart, is accused of murdering his father. Even though the evidence against Brian Shane seems strong enough to prove his guilt, Tracy comes to his defense.
She finds herself playing detective—a lifelong ambition since she read her first Nancy Drew book. Despite the grim circumstances, Tracy finds she is enjoying the hunt for clues as she compiles a list of other possible suspects, all of whom had a motive for wanting Brian’s father dead. She also finds herself reliving the past: memories both pleasant and painful.
As she gets closer to the truth—of both the murder and her feelings for Brian—another murder is committed and Tracy’s life is in danger. Can she figure out—and prove—who the true killer is before she becomes the next victim?

Who Framed Boris Karloff?

by Dwight Kemper

6x9 paperback, fiction/mystery 288 pages, $25.00



It's 1938 and there is murder afoot in the set of Son of Frankenstein.  Boris Karloff has been framed for murder!  He joins forces with Basil Rathbone, in full Sherlockian mode, and a gleeful Bela Lugosi.  It's a case of the legends of horror meet the three stooges as
our heroes search for a missing Eddie Mannix and cross swords with the Hollywood Mob.

Sue says: Since most movies made today are as entertaining as a visit to the dentist, turn off the boob tube and spend some time with this delightful mystery that's as much fun as the Poverty Row movies it strives to emulate.


Bela Lugosi and
the House of Doom

by Dwight Kemper

6x9 paperback, fiction/mystery 284 pages, $25.00



Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein is in production and there's strange doings afoot at Universal Studios: a phantom arsonist, kidnapping ambulance attendants, and an escaped Nazi scientist are on the loose and ready to kill to keep their secrets. Titans of terror and erstwhile amateur sleuths Boris Karloff and Basil Rathbone are keeping a secret from their former ally, Bela Lugosi, and the screen Dracula doesn't like it one bit! Lugosi is confident that he is the better detective and enlists the aid of Lou Costello as his Watson. Together they face danger at every turn! They soon cross paths with wolf man Lon Chaney, Jr., monster man Glenn Strange, and mysterious beauty Lenore Aubert, who is taking her femme fatale role a little too seriously for comfort. It isn't long before Lugosi and Costello uncover the shocking secret behind...the House of Doom. .



by Dan Leissner

6" x 9", 234 pages
Midnight Marquee Press



ISBN-13: 978-1936168095
ISBN-10: 193616809X
BISAC: Fiction / Action & Adventure
Drums of the Lost Gods is a thrilling cliffhanger, set in South America, in the turbulent 1930s. An ill-assorted band of adventurers follows a nameless river into the sacred mountains and steaming jungles of a Lost World, in search of ancient civilizations and vanished cities of gold.
An uneasy alliance of mercenaries and hoodlums trades shots with river pirates and ferocious cannibals and then turns on each other, their ambitions perverted by lust and greed. Soldiers-of-fortune spar with Amazon warrior women, while hapless missionaries try to teach the natives how to play cricket. A debutante duels to the death with a gangster's moll. Warriors of antiquity wage war against a robot army from outer space!