Moonstone Books will release two new book in August 2016 that have a distinct 70’s crime vibe to them.
.44 Caliber FUNK
Authors: Robert J. Randisi, Gary Phillips, Bill Crider
Cover: Dan Brereton
6” x 9”, 288pgs, $15.95Moon
Return with us now to those purple haze days of platform shoes, rhinestone studded sunglasses, the Panthers, disco and Blaxploitation- in Forty-Four Caliber Funk, an anthology of street crime prose stories. From Daddy Cool by Donald Goines, Shaft by Earnest Tidyman, and the influences of Malcolm X , Timothy Leary and William Burroughs — with a soundtrack by Donna Summer, James Brown, and The Rolling Stones. The editors are Chester Himes award winner Gary Phillips and Robert J. Randisi, winner of the 2016 Killer Nashville John Seigenthaler Legends Award.
FOXY LADY: F.B.I. #1
Story: Mel Odom
Art: Javier Sanchez Arada
Covers: David Enebral, Fernando Ferriero
32pgs, gray, 7” x10”, $3.50
(cover B is a retailer incentive cover)
Join superstar novelist Mel Odom (Buffy, NCIS, Forgotten Realms, etc!) as
Purple Haze is all around! The swinging sixties and psychedelic 70’s streets are brimming with
Unspeakable crimes. There is one woman who speaks for those who can’t, and with the help of (ex-cat burglar) T.H.E. Cat and (the thinking man’s spy) FLINT, Foxy leads her team of investigators to the truth regardless of who gets in the way.