Trouble in the Heartland Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Bruce Springsteen

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Trouble in the Heartland: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Bruce Springsteen
Rosie Peaks – Banged In The Bayou
Bared to You by Sylvia Day
I Serve by Rosanne E. Lortz
Heaven Can Wait by Cally Taylor

Trouble in the Heartland: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Bruce Springsteen

Each of the accomplished authors in this unique anthology chose a Springsteen title as a starting point, and in the criminally inclined spirit of the Boss, drove headlong to wherever that inspiration called. The destinations are as wildly diverse and far-reaching as the songs that influenced them. Some arrive at hope and redemption; others end up smoking in a ditch. One thing’s for sure: you sign up for this ride, and Trouble in the Heartland will transport you somewhere unforgettable.
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State Trooper by Dennis Lehane
Prove It All Night by Jordan Harper
Candy’s Room by Chris Leek
Hungry Heart by Hillary Davidson
I’m on Fire by James R. Tuck
Dancing in the Dark by Lynne Barrett
Thunder Road by James Grady
Dry Lightning by Dyer Wilk
Local Hero by Tom Pitts
Glory Days by CS DeWildt
Queen of the Supermarket by Chuck Wendig
Something in the Night by Mike Creeden
Rosalita by Rob Pierce
The Ghost of Jim Toad by David James Keaton
What Love Can Do by Peter Farris
Mansion on the Hill by Chris F. Holm
Highway Patrolman by Ryan Sayles
Wreck on the Highway by Brian Panowich
My Hometown by Matthew Louis
Death to my Hometown by Christopher Irvin
Nebraska by Paul J. Garth
Pictures on the Edge of Town by A collection of images by Mark Krajnak
The Iceman by Les Edgerton
We Take Care of Our Own by Todd Robinson
My Best Was Never Good Enough by Keith Rawson
Streets of Fire by Isaac Kirkman
Spare Parts by John McFetridge
Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street? by Ezra Letra
It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City by Jen Conley
Atlantic City by Benoit Lelièvre
Because the Night by Richard Thomas
Darkness on the Edge of Town by Lela Scott MacNeil
Radio Nowhere by Chuck Regan
The Promised Land by Court Merrigan
Open All Night by Eric Beetner
Meeting Across The River by Steve Weddle
Wrecking Ball by Chris Rhatigan
Born to Run by Lincoln Crisler
Straight Time by Gareth Spark
This Little Light of Mine by Jamez Chang
Last to Die by Richard Brewer

Rosie Peaks – Banged In The Bayou

Banged In The Bayou: Monsterotica,Book 1
A humorous, supernatural, sex tale featuring a bombshell reporter and a paranormal creature.
Monster Erotica:
Should not be read by anyone without a sense of humor. This is a dark fantasy, and any similarity to anyone who has indeed had sex with a swamp monster is purely coincidental. No swamp monsters, crocodiles, raccoons, plants, snakes or spiders were harmed in the making of this book. The contents herein are FICTION and suitable for adults ONLY. Preferably adults who have wild imaginations.

Bared to You by Sylvia Day

A New York Times Bestseller – Gideon Cross came into my life like lightning in the darkness. . He was beautiful and brilliant, jagged and white-hot. I was drawn to him as I’d never been to anyone in my life. I craved his touch like a drug, even knowing it would weaken me. I was flawed and damaged, and Gideon knew. He had demons of his own. The bonds of his love transformed me, even as I prayed that the torment of our pasts didn’t tear us apart. . .

I Serve by Rosanne E. Lortz

A Tale of Arms, of Death, of Love, and of Honor.
Set against the turbulent backdrop of the Hundred Years’ War, I Serve chronicles the story of Sir John Potenhale. A young Englishman of lowly birth, Potenhale wins his way to knighthood on the fields of France. He enters the service of Edward, the Black Prince of Wales, and immerses himself in a stormy world of war, politics, and romantic intrigue.
While campaigning in France, Potenhale develops an interest in Margery, a spirited lady-in-waiting with a close-kept secret. He soon learns that Sir Thomas Holland, a crass and calculating baron, holds the key to unlock Margery’s mystery and possesses the power to overturn all of his hopes.

Heaven Can Wait by Cally Taylor

‘What would I do without you, Lucy Brown?’ he said, and kissed me softly. I held his face in my hands and kissed him back. I felt that life just couldn’t get any more perfect. And I was right, it wouldn’t. By the end of the next day, I’d be dead.

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