Filming Starts For Harlan Coben New Drama “SAFE”

The filming has started in Manchester for original new television drama, SAFE based on the work by Harlan Coben. The 8 x 60’ series has been ordered by CANAL+ Group and Netflix and will run in 2018. The eight-part series is written by BAFTA and Emmy Award winning writer Danny Brocklehurst (Ordinary Lies, The Driver,…

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Jeffrey B. Burton: “Third Time’s a Charm”

Jeffrey B. Burton received his BA in Journalism at the University of Minnesota and is the author of Agent Drew Cady mystery series including The Chessman and The Lynchpin. He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America (MWA), International Thriller Writers (ITW), and the International Association of Crime Writers. His latest novel The…

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Thief By Kristy Gherlone

Kristy Gherlone is the New Hampshire author of The History Lottery, Twelve Urns, Innate Tendencies, and various short stories. Her latest novel, Innate Tendencies, is the story of an average teenager named Amelia Shelby whose is stunned when she’s offered an internship to a prestigious science center and a full scholarship but soon learns that…

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Jack Getze: My Reflections On The Protagonist

Note: Former Los Angeles Times reporter Jack Getze has published news stories in over five-hundred newspapers and periodicals worldwide. On the fiction front, his screwball mysteries, Big Numbers and Big Money, were first published by Hilliard Harris in 2007 and 2008. Those, along with Big Mojo, have also been published by Down & Out Books in…

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Sue Grafton Getting Close To The End of Alphabet Series With “Y” is for Yesterday

The new novel by Sue Grafton titled Y is for Yesterday, released on August 22, is the second to last in a mystery series spanning A to Z and 35 years worth of best-selling murder mysteries featuring fictional female detective Kinsey Millhone. Of #1 New York Times-bestselling Sue Grafton, NPR’s Maureen Corrigan said, “Makes me…

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Shawn Corridan: “The Irony of GITMO”

Shawn Corridan grew up in the shadow of Florida’s Cape Kennedy, his father a NASA engineer. A high school football star as well as a surfer, he attended the University of Hawaii where he could be both. After graduation, he traveled the globe, sailed the Caribbean, was rescued by the Coast Guard twice, wrote market…

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Top Mystery and Thriller Audiobooks This Week: August 2017

This week’s bestselling and popular audiobooks include new releases by some notable mystery and thriller writers. Lisa Scottoline, for example, has a new legal thriller out titled Exposed. In this new novel, Mary DiNunzio wants to represent her old friend Simon Pensiera, a sales rep who was wrongly fired by his company, but her partner…

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Good Read In Suspense: The Other Girl By Erica Spindler

We were craving for a good suspense novel for a while and got lucky enough to come across the new release by Erica Spindler titled The Other Girl. This standalone suspense thriller covers the ritualistic murder of a college professor in a small town Louisiana and the adventures of a female local cop to uncover the…

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Hallmark Channel Is Looking for Original Mystery And Suspense Manuscripts

If your book seems like a Hallmark movie or TV series, you might have a chance to turn it into one. Hallmark Channel is looking for male/female romance novels and cozy mystery novels of around 70,000 – 85,000 words in length. The channel is particularly interested in romances and mysteries that also celebrate friendship, family,…

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Best Thriller Books In The Market Now Featuring Female Leads

Books centered around strong female leads are generally trending when it comes to thriller and mystery plots. Among the hot releases in the market now, we loved the new serial killer story by C. J. Box titled Paradise Valley Investigator Cassie Dewell. For three years, Investigator Cassie Dewell has been on a hunt for a…

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Notable Thriller Debut: The Driver By Hart Hanson

The Driver may be the debut thriller novel of Hart Hanson but he is certainly no novice in writing. Besides working on many notable scripts and shows like Judging Amy and Joan of Arcadia, he has been creator, writer, and executive producer for Bones, the longest-running, scripted, hour-long series on the Fox Network, which will…

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New Haven Goes Noir In The New Book Edited By Amy Bloom

A new short story collection edited by Amy Bloom that came out this week and is called New Haven Noir aims to put cement the name of the city in the noir and mystery literary space. The book contains work of fifteen local authors and it’s the latest in a series of city-themed noir collections…

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A Notable Medical Thriller: Charlatans By Robin Cook

We could not wait to pick up the new novel by Robin Cook titled Charlatans for the following reasons: Although he writes popular fiction, he is a master in developing intense plots and he uses the language very well. In other words, the reader gets a high quality product. Robin Cook’s literary career began with…

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Best Espionage Thrillers To Read This Summer: Editor’s Picks

We took some time this week to round up the best espionage thrillers in the market right now both from readers and critics perspectives but also sales figures. What comes here is a list which won’t disappoint loyal thriller fans and it has something for everyone: From new Daniel Silva novel to the latest Jason…

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