Tuesday, March 2, 2010

More Maxwells & Handlers!

David Handler and A. E. Maxwell fans, you'll be happy to know that Busted Flush is reprinting more of their mysteries, beginning spring 2011!

David Handler
After having reprinted the first four Stewart Hoag novels in two omnibus volumes (The Man Who Died Laughing/The Man Who Lived by Night; The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald/The Woman Who Fell from Grace), BFP, at long last, is continuing with more of this witty, erudite series. The Boy Who Never Grew Up (#5) will be published in spring 2011, and The Man Who Canceled Himself (#6) will follow in the fall.

A. E. Maxwell
BFP has released four Fiddler & Fiora private eye novels, with the fourth, Just Enough Light to Kill, due out last month, but running a little behind (it should be back from the printers soon). The Art of Survival (#5) will come out next spring, and Money Burns (#6) in the fall.

Though neither author is currently continuing these series (at the moment), I can't stress enough that if you haven't yet discovered these books, please track down the first ones posthaste. Reprinting Handler's and Maxwell's mysteries are two of the main reasons I created Busted Flush Press, and I'm just sorry it's taken me this long to get back to 'em.

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