Mystery Book Publishers
Blank Slate Press publishes Historical, Crime, Contemporary, Mystery/Thriller, and Literary Fiction.
Walrus Publishing publishes SciFi, Romance, Regional, and Humor
Treehouse Publishing Group publishes Picture books, Middle Grade, and YA, both fiction and nonfiction
Virtually every genre is represented by one of our fine authors; this is owed to their individual ability to tell a good story. From classic literature to political memoirs, from illustrated picture books to gripping suspense thrillers – the key is in the quality.
Our fiction books include crime fiction from C&R Crime, the award-winning Corsair and Canvas fiction imprints, and the best in science fiction, horror fiction, fantasy fiction and erotic fiction from Mammoth books. Our non fiction books include biography and memoir, current affairs books, history books, humour and gift books, the respected Overcoming series of self help books and How To and Right Way reference books on a multitude of subjects.
In 2014, Constable & Robinson was acquired by Little, Brown Book Group.
Crazy Cozy Stories is interested in cozy mysteries and quiet horror novelettes, novellas, and novels between 7,500 and 50,000 words. Novelettes should be between 7,500 - 15,000 words, novellas should be between 15,000 - 25,000 words, and novels should be between 25,000 - 50,000. We will consider longer stories if you query us first.
We are looking for stories that embody the ideal of the cozy genre. One important aspect of any work of "cozy" literature is the absence of violence, gore, sex, or other potentially offensive elements of a similar nature. Although a cozy story can involve murder, ghosts, and suspense it should do so in a tasteful manner. We pay our writers 70% of all profits made from both e-book and print sales on their specific work.
We also strive to help promote and spotlight authors and publishers who are already established in the market through social media, news posts, and book reviews.
Insomniac has developed special niche areas in which it publishes unique books. For example, its black studies books, gay and lesbian books, personal finance books, celebrity writer-as-musician books (including titles by Matthew Good, Jann Arden and Terri Clark), and gay mysteries have developed devoted followings.
Llewellyn has grown to include two critically acclaimed and award-winning imprints; Midnight Ink mystery titles and Flux novels for young adults. Flux is proud to have launched the careers of three New York Times bestselling authors: Laurie Faria Stolarz, Maggie Stiefvater, and Simone Elkeles. Elkeles's Flux title Return to Paradise made its debut on the New York Times bestseller list in September, 2010. Llewellyn has also partnered with Italian publisher Lo Scarabeo, and is the exclusive US and Canadian distributor of Lo Scarabeo's beautiful tarot and oracle decks.
Romance, sweet, sensual and erotic, westerns, science fiction, horror, contemporary, chic-lit, men's fiction, women's general fiction, action-adventure, speculative, drama, gay, lesbian, urban fantasy, paranormal, cross-genres, urban fantasy, young adult, mainstream fiction, and non-fiction. "Melange" is for every reader's taste in literature
Over the years Rainbow Books has published hundreds of books, mostly in the self-help and how-to nonfiction categories.
It went on to publish such best-selling authors as James Ellroy, P.D. James, Donald E. Westlake, Eric Ambler, Ross Macdonald, Isaac Asimov, Ed McBain, Kingsley Amis and Elmore Leonard, both in hardcover and paperback.
Now, The Mysterious Press is back--and it's gone digital, putting out books through MysteriousPress.com.