Here is a list of the books Broken River has published to date. All links lead to Bookshop first if available.

The Least of My Scars by Stephen Graham Jones
Peckerwood by Jedediah Ayres
Street Raised by Pearce Hansen
Gravesend by William Boyle (re-published by Pegasus Crime)
XXX Shamus by Red Hammond (re-published by Down & Out Books)
Repo Shark by Cody Goodfellow
Incantations by Chris Deal (Out of Print)
Long Lost Dog of It by Michael Kazepis
The First One You Expect by Adam Cesare
Leprechaun in the Hood: The Musical: A Novel by Cameron Pierce, Shane McKenzie, and Adam Cesare (Out of Print)
The Last Projector by David James Keaton
Jungle Horses by Scott Adlerberg
Visions by Troy James Weaver (re-published by Apocalypse Party)
Will the Sun Ever Come Out Again? by Nate Southard
The Blind Alley by Jake Hinkson
On the Black by Ed Dinger
Scores by Robert Paul Moreira (Out of Print)
Death Don’t Have No Mercy by William Boyle
Everything Used to Work by Robert Spencer
Our Love Will Go the Way of the Salmon by Cameron Pierce (Out of Print)
Zero Saints by Gabino Iglesias
Graveyard Love by Scott Adlerberg
The Heartbeat Harvest by Mark Jaskowski
Chupacabra Vengeance by David Bowles
The Incoming Tide by Cameron Pierce (Out of Print)
Heathenish by Kelby Losack
Gravity by Michael Kazepis
Hard Sentences: Crime Fiction Inspired by Alcatraz edited by David James Keaton & Joe Clifford
The Snake Handler by Cody Goodfellow & J David Osborne
Human Trees by Matthew Revert (Out of Print)
Itzá by Rios de la Luz
Jack Waters by Scott Adlerberg
The Way We Came In by Kelby Losack
Standard Loneliness Package by Michael J. Seidlinger
Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias
Bad Dogs by Nate Southard
Word is Bone by Christopher David Rosales
The Broken River Review Volume 1 featuring Nick Mamatas, Steve Rasnic Tem, Benjamin Whitmer, and James Sallis
Dead Boy by Kelby Losack and J David Osborne
You Pray for Dry Weather at the Sight of the Sun by J David Osborne
Letting Out the Devils by Kelby Losack
Ghosts of East Baltimore by David Simmons
Black Gypsies by Grant Wamack