A Conversation with Carrie Rubin, Author of “Eating Bull”

  Carrie Rubin is a physician with a master’s degree in public health. She lives in Ohio with her husband and two sons, and is the author of The Seneca Scourge and the new novel Eating Bull. What comes below is our conversation with the author on her latest work. You are a physician who…

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A Conversation with Mark Wisniewski Author of Watch Me Go

Pushcart Prize winner and Best American Short Stories author Mark Wisniewski and his third novel, Watch Me Go, has received early praise from many reviewers and critics and we also had the chance to read this notable novel. We were immediately impressed by how Wisniewski uses his outstanding writing skills to present a compelling plot to his audience.…

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Legendary Author Ray Bradbury Dies At 91

The legendary science fiction author Ray Bradbury, who masterfully mixed his stories with warnings about modern technology’s dark side died yesterday at 91. The author lived in the Cheviot Hills, a neighborhood of Los Angeles. Bradbury published more than 500 works in his lifetime ranging from novels such as Something Wicked This Way Comes to screenplays, poems and short…

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Call for Submissions: Crime Fiction Short Stories

Submissions are now being accepted! With the breaking news that Deon Meyer, the King of SA crime fiction, will write a foreword, it’s time to announce a new crime-thriller anthology on the roll for 2013! After the success of Bad Company, the crime-fiction short story anthology published 2008, which featured the crème de la crime…

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Q&A With NY Times Best Selling Author Linda Castillo

Originally from Ohio where her Amish thrillers are set, Linda Castillo is the author of twenty-six novels and the recipient of numerous industry awards, including the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence, the Holt Medallion, the Golden Heart, and a nomination for the prestigious Rita. Her debut thriller, Sworn to Silence, garnered starred reviews from Library Journal,…

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Q&A With The Scandinavian Crime Novelist Kristina Ohlsson

Kristina Ohlsson, the Swedish author of the new novel Unwanted, is a counter-terrorism officer in Europe and has worked as a security police analyst for the National Swedish Police Board. Originally from southern Sweden, she now lives in Vienna, Austria. We recently had a Q&A with the author about her new book which comes next:…

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The Legacy Of Bill Granger

Two weeks ago, on April 22, 2012, the world of crime and thriller literature lost one of its notable voices: Bill Granger, the journalist turned thriller writer died at a veterans home in Manteno, Illinois at the age 70 as the result of the heart failure. An American novelist from Chicago specializing in political thrillers,…

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Michael Connelly Producing Documentary About Jazz Saxophonist Frank Morgan

Michael Connelly, the best selling author of Harry Bosch and Lincoln Lawyer series, is currently producing a documentary film about the late jazz saxophonist, Frank Morgan. The film, Sound of Redemption, will focus on Frank’s tale of redemption from drug addict, conman and convict to beloved elder statesman of jazz. This documentary film is being directed…

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Interview With South African Crime Novelist Jassy Mackenzie

Jassy Mackenzie is the South African author of Jade De Jong series, a private eye set of stories centered around the main character Jade. She was born in Rhodesia (as all ex-Zimbabweans still prefer to call it), and moved to South Africa when she was eight years old. We recently reviewed  The Fallen, her latest…

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Interview With James Thompson, The Author Of “Helsinki White”

James Thompson, a native of eastern Kentucky and current resident of Helsinki, has written three novels so far as part of a popular series in Finland featuring Inspector Vaara. His debut novel, Snow Angels, was selected as a Booklist Best Crime Novel Debut of the Year and was nominated for the Edgar, the Anthony, and…

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Interview With British Author D. E. Meredith – Part 2

Denise Ellen Meredith (or D. E. Meredith) is the British author of historical crime fictions Devoured and The Devil’s Ribbon. Her novels happen in the London of 19th Century and feature Professor Adolphus Hatton and his assistant Albert Roumande. Both books are good choices if you’re looking for chilling historical stories of detection. We recently reviewed The…

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