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Jar City & Friends

I don’t consider myself an avid mystery reader, but every once in a while, I can get suckered in by the suspense and intrigue. There have been a few mysteries written by Americans that I enjoyed, none that I became succumbed by. 1,049 more words


In My Opinion – Review of “The Innocent” by Vincent Zandri

Getting caught is simply not an option.  It’s been a year since Jack Marconi’s wife was killed. Ever since, he’s been slipping up at his job as warden at an upstate New York prison. 260 more words

In My Opinion - Book Reviews

Gangs of Wasseypur

The small town of Wasseypur is located in northeastern India, absorbed in many ways by the larger city of Dhanbad. Wasseypur is sort of the Newburgh, New York or Camden, New Jersey to Dhanbad’s New York City or Philadelphia — a small, incredibly dangerous, largely lawless enclave attached to the outskirts of a much larger town. 5,355 more words

Film & TV

Florida noir trilogy wraps up with a big bang

The Big Hello, by Michael Lister. Pulpwood Press. 215 pages. Hardcover $26.99.

Michael Lister is the bard of the Florida Panhandle. His crime novels, distributed through several ongoing series, set a very high standard for originality, style, and impact. 462 more words

Authors And Books

Guest Post: Kai Kiriyama's Blaze Tuesday and The Case of The Knight Surgeon

Today’s Brew:  Coconut creme!

by Kristen

We have a book birthday to report!  Kai Kyriama released her crime drama, Blaze Tuesday and The Case of the The Knight Surgeon, on August 5. 1,153 more words


The Good, The Bad And The UnGodly by G.M.Hague

In this brutally beautiful novel, Hague transplants classic noir from 50’s America to modern Australia without chipping the edges off a single shadow. Not content with one transformation, he splices in the supernatural too. 417 more words