The month of May has brought with it a cascade of great deals on 3RP eBooks! From May 1st through the 31st, click on any of the titles below and buy them for just $1.99 through Amazon. Happy Reading!
QUIVER by Julia Watts
Set in rural Tennessee, QUIVER, a YA novel by Julia Watts, focuses on the unlikely friendship between two teens from opposite sides of the culture wars.
THIS WAY TO THE END TIMES edited by Robert Silverberg
THIS WAY TO THE END TIMES: Classic Tales of the Apocalypse, gathers 21 compelling, gripping stories of the not-too-distant demise of the earth as we know it.
CELESTIAL MECHANICS by William Least Heat-Moon
When Silas Fortunato applies for an editorial position for the “spirituality” section of a local newspaper, he is asked to fill in a bubble sheet to mark his religion. The problem is, his beliefs don’t fall within any of the categories.
DON’T HIDE THE MADNESS by William S. Burroughs
Two seminal figures of the Beat movement, Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs, discuss literary influences and personal history in a never-before-published three-day conversation following the release of the David Cronenberg film adaptation of Burroughs’ revolutionary novel Naked Lunch.
DISASTERAMA! by Alvin Orloff
The true story of Alvin Orloff who, as a shy kid from the suburbs of San Francisco, stumbled into the wild, eclectic crowd of Crazy Club Kids, Punk Rock Nutters, Goofy Goofballs, Fashion Victims, Disco Dollies, Happy Hustlers, and Dizzy Twinks of post-Stonewall American queer culture of the late 1970s, only to see the “subterranean lavender twilit shadow world of the gay ghetto” ravished by AIDS in the 1980s.
THE OBAMA INHERITANCE edited by Gary Phillips
Noir meets diverse voices and transforms the genre into an over-the-top, transcendental psychedelic thriller ride of pulpy goodness in THE OBAMA INHERITANCE, a collection of fifteen stories of conspiracy noir curated by editor and award-winning African-American crime novelist Gary Phillips.
LOUDMOUTH by Robert Duncan
With echoes of Almost Famous and Just Kids, LOUDMOUTH tracks an impassioned musician and writer out among the punks, hippies, and wild geniuses of rock when music was the center of the world.
CRIME PLUS MUSIC edited by Jim Fusilli
CRIME + MUSIC: The Sounds of Noir, collects twenty darkly intense, music-related noir stories by world-renowned mystery authors.
THE LIGHT OF THE DIDDICOY by Eamon Loingsigh
Light of the Diddicoy is the riveting and immersive saga of Irish gangs on the Brooklyn waterfront in the early part of the 20th century, told through the eyes of young newcomer Liam Garrity.
DARK CITY LIGHTS edited by Lawrence Block
Twenty-three thrilling, hilarious and poignant short stories—all based in New York City—written by new and acclaimed fiction masters and edited by famed detective and mystery writer Lawrence Block.
BAD: The Autobiography of James Carr
An unapologetic, brutal memoir from notorious 60s career criminal James Carr. BAD covers Carr’s life from his first arrest for burning down his school at age 9, through merciless stints in San Quentin, where he shared a cell with famed Soledad Brother George Jackson, through his tragic post-incarceration murder in San Jose in 1972.