“Millhaven’s Tales of Suspense” to be retired this summer

LAST CHANCE to pick up a copy of "Millhaven's Tales of Suspense".  The second issue of Millhaven Tales is set to be permanently retired on July 1st.  If you were thinking of picking up a copy of issue, now is the time to do it.  Tales of mystery, suspense, and crime fill the pages of... Continue Reading →

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2019 Millhaven Press Release Schedule

2018 was a busy year...too busy.  2019 promises to bring more exciting releases despite a scaled back release schedule. "Millhaven's Tales of Adventure" (Millhaven Tales Volume I, Issue 4) (January 1st) "Cloud of Dust...Cry of Death" (Western/Weird Western Anthology (March 1st) "Millhaven's Tales of Wonder" (Volume II) (April 1st) "Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds" (May 1st)... Continue Reading →

Christmas Sale is Underway at Millhaven Press.

All of our releases are on sale at amazing prices through Christmas Day!  Fans of genre fiction should take advantage of this huge sale... Fierce Tales: Savage Lands Fierce Tales: Shadow Realms Nighthawks: A Book of the Broken (1) Devlin: A Book of the Broken (2) Home Sweet Home

Forgotten Heroes: Johnny Danger

"The name says it all...and when Mr. and Mrs. Danger brought up little Johnny, they made sure that he grew up honest, smart, and tough!  Whether he's staring down the bad end of a gat, fighting to escape from an opium den, or rescuing a dame who might be an angel or a devil, JOHNNY... Continue Reading →

Influences: Walter B. Gibson

Walter Brown Gibson (1897-1985) was a professional magician, better known by his pen name -- Maxwell Grant.  Gibson wrote some crime stories as a side-gig for his day job, which was reporter and crossword puzzle writer.  He was approached to produce a series of print stories centering around the character of The Shadow.  The Shadow,... Continue Reading →

Influences: Jim Thompson

Jim Thompson (1906-1977)  was criminally underappreciated during his lifetime.  Writing during one of the heights of the stark, crime story, he is mysteriously overshadowed by far inferior writers.  It wasn't until the late eighties' re-prints that his reputation and stature grew. He was the mastermind of doubt, filling his stories with unreliable narrators, the surreal,... Continue Reading →

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