Book Data

  • Release Date: November 15, 2014
  • Pages: 142
  • ISBN: 978-1503084339
  • ASIN: B00POLK05A
  • Print: $5.00
  • eBook: $1.99

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Two Bullets Solve Everything by Ryan Sayles and Chris Rhatigan by Chris Rhatigan and Ryan Sayles

In Disco Rumble Fish, author Ryan Sayles rewinds to the 1970s, when Buckner rolled with the city’s SWAT team. Tasked with finding a criminal associated with a mobster’s violent jailbreak, Buckner and company prove there’s nowhere to hide when you kill one of their own.

In Chris Rhatigan’s A Pack of Lies, newspaper reporter Lionel Kaspar is out to find the truth and advocate for social justice. Just kidding. He’s a scam artist of the lowest order out to make a quick buck off of whoever crosses his path. But the comfortable niche he’s created for himself is about to be crushed.

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About the Authors

Chris Rhatigan

Chris Rhatigan is the editor of the crime fiction journal All Due Respect and the co-publisher of All Due Respect Books. He is the author of more than fifty published short stories and the novella The Kind of Friends Who Murder Each Other. His short story collection Wake Up, Time to Die was released in  2014 by BEAT to a PULP. His novella Pessimist is one half of the All Due Respect Books double novella publication you don't exist. His novella A Pack of Lies appeared in another All Due Respect Books publication, Two Bullets, along with Disco Rumble Fish by Ryan Sayles. His noir novella Squeeze was published in April of 2016.

Ryan Sayles

Ryan Sayles is the author of the hardboiled detective novels Subtle Art of Brutality, Warpath and the forthcoming Swan Songs Always Begin as Love Songs through Down & Out Books. His other works include Two Bullets Solve Everything with Chris Rhatigan, Goldfinches, Disordered Mullets and That Escalated Quickly! His  short story collection, I'm Not Happy Til You're Not Happy, is forthcoming through All Due Respect Books. He is a founding member of Zelmer Pulp.

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