“Flora had remarkable range, successfully producing everything from hardboiled tales to police procedurals to straightforward whodunits to light whimsy to mainstream fiction. This range, as well as his abundant skills as a storyteller, is clearly in evidence in Park Avenue Tramp.” –Bill Pronzini
Park Avenue Tramp is an excellent example of the wry attitude often expressed in Flora’s fiction. It’s compulsively readable, not because of the plot, but because the reader is drawn further and further into each character, hoping for salvation for at least some of them.” –Charles Kelly, from his introduction



$21.95
  • Leave Her to Hell / Let Me Kill You Sweetheart / Take Me Home
  • 978-1-933586-95-3
  • Three acerbic noirs: an unconventional private eye novel, a murder mystery set in a small Midwestern town, and the story of a writer who falls in love with a troubled young lesbian. Includes a new introduction by Bill Pronzini. Available March 2016.



$15.95
  • The Vengeance Man / Park Avenue Tramp / The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed: A Trio of Gold Medals
  • 1-933586-14-1
  • Three distinctive thrillers from the golden era of the paperbacks, all originally published by Gold Medal Books in the late 1950s and mid-1960s. New introductions by Charles Kelly and Ed Gorman.