A Look At “Mind Me, Milady” by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks

A Look At “Mind Me, Milady” by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks is an upcoming review piece by Richie Narvaez in the Summer 2017 print edition of Mystery Tribune.  In Mind Me, Milady, the new crime thriller by the writing team of Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks, the antagonist is a serial killer dubbed the…

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C. J. Box Has Crafted An Amazing Serial Killer Tale In “Paradise Valley”

The new serial killer novel by C. J. Box titled “Paradise Valley” is one of those non-sense stories which can serve as an entertaining summer read and at the same time provide a deep enough plot for the sophisticated readers. At the center of this new book, we find a strong heroine named Cassie Dewell. For…

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Netflix Adds New Documentary About Past Violent Murders In Iceland

If you are into murder mystery and crime documentaries, you might want to check Out of Thin Air which was just added by Netflix. Set within the stark Icelandic landscape, Out of Thin Air examines the 1976 police investigation into the disappearance of two men in the early 1970s. Iceland in the 1970s was a…

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A New And Notable Legal Thriller: A Minor Fall By Price Ainsworth

A Minor Fall, the debut work of Price Ainsworth, is a realistic legal thriller which will definitely excite readers looking for fresh and bold new legal authors. Ainsworth is a trial lawyer in Austin, Texas and his book is centered around the challenges and tragedies faced by a young lawyer. Davy Jessie is a young,…

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A Look At The 2017 Shamus Award Nominees

In case you missed it, few weeks ago The Private Eye Writers of America announced the nominees for the 2017 Shamus Awards for private eye novels and short stories first published in the United States in 2016. Due to unforeseen circumstances, there will not be a Shamus Award Banquet in Toronto in October in conjunction with…

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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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Icelandic Mystery “The Flatey Enigma” Picked Up By Nordic State Broadcasters

Sagafilm’s four-part adaptation of Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson’s best-selling novel The Flatey Enigma (Flateyjargáta) for Icelandic state broadcaster RÚV has been picked up by DR in Denmark, YLE in Finland, NRK in Norway, and SVT in Sweden. The Flatey Enigma is perhaps one of the best novels written by Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson who is one of…

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A Conversation with Haylen Beck, Author of “Here and Gone”

In his captivating new novel Here and Gone, Haylen Beck who also writes as Stuart Neville, invites readers to imagine a truly terrifying scenario and the lengths parents will go to protect their children. We were certainly excited by this work (see our review here) and wanted to learn more about the book from its…

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A Fine Historical Mystery: The Third Nero By Lindsey Davis

The New novel by Lindsey Davis titled “The Third Nero” is a certainly a great pick for readers who are looking for historical mysteries set in ancient worlds. The book is part of a two series, from which the first one is featuring Marcus Didius Falco, and started with The Silver Pigs. This book is part…

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Nancy G. West: Literary Fiction Or Mystery Fiction?

Nancy G. West is the author of the Aggie Mundeen Mysteries series. Her latest novel and the fourth installment in the series is titled River City Dead and features a determined columnist transplanted from Chicago and a relationship-averse detective who combine sleuthing efforts to solve crime on the San Antonio River Walk (see our review…

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Tom Pitts: On “American Static” And Tumbleweaves

Tom Pitts received his education firsthand on the streets of San Francisco. He remains there, writing, working, and trying to survive. He is the author of two novellas, Piggyback and Knuckleball. American Static (June 26, 2017 – Down & Out Books), his latest novel, is the story of young man who finds himself stranded in…

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