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Proud to announce: Dark City Lights

Proud to announce that my story “The Big Snip” will appear in Dark City Lights, a NYC themed anthology edited by Lawrence Block, and published by Three Rooms Press. 65 more words


Bernie Rhodenbarr

Haven’t heard of Bernie? He’s a fictional character created by Lawrence Block. I LOVE Bernie! He’s witty, creative, owns a bookstore, and in his spare time, he picks locks. 240 more words


A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014) - A grim but satisfying outing

It turns out the title of this film, taken from American mystery writer Lawrence Block’s 1992 book from which it is adapted, is pretty apt. This is a slow paced crime thriller with a dark atmosphere, sporting perhaps a little less action that you might expect from Liam Neeson lately, although there are a fair few bloody corpses. 569 more words


I Will Remember You*

An interesting post from Cathy at Kittling: Books has got me thinking about Día de los Muertos, a memorial celebration that’s typically observed in Spain and in Latin American countries. 1,220 more words

Agatha Christie

“Lost Among the Tombstones,” A Review of A Walk Among The Tombstones

Lost Among the Tombstones, A Review of A Walk Among the Tombstones by Joanna Smith

What would you do if you were a New York City cop who’s gotten so used to seeing the horrific things that “people do to each other” that your only solace is inside a bourbon bottle and you have one chance at escape? 666 more words

Review: Dangerous Women 1 - George R. R. Martin, Gardner R Dozois.

Am I going to pretend I didn’t buy this because of the George R R Martin short story regarding the Dance of the Dragons? Well, no. 182 more words

Book Review

Krimis, die man 2014 lesen sollte (X)

Seit 1. Oktober ist Don Winslows neuer Thriller “Missing New York” erhältlich. Rein inhaltlich klingt das nicht wirklich nach Winslow: Als ein siebenjähriges Mädchen spurlos verschwindet, gibt nur Polizist Frank Decker nicht auf. 680 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte