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A new review of Craig McDonald's "The Running Kind"

The Running Kind reviewed by Marvin Minkler of Modern First Editions

No happy ending ever started in a bar.

After the tumultuous events that took place on the world’s stage during World War II, and after, in the last Hector Lassiter novel I read, and my ninth, … 466 more words

Crime Fiction

"The Death of Tarpons": A journey into darkness

On the occasion of the new release of Les Edgerton’s debut novel, The Death of Tarpons, in paperback format by Betimes Books and in… 882 more words

Crime Noir

Kathleen Kent: The Dime

New City

Alternate Life

Dallas – Detective Betty Rhyzyk’s new city. A place to forget about policing in Brooklyn. New York law enforcement is her family culture, but that is her past. 154 more words

Murder In Common

Three Chords and the Truth - Review

Hector Lassiter is one of the most compelling literary creations of recent years– a crime novelist who ‘writes what he lives and lives what he writes’. 581 more words

100 American

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Comic Review: Blacksad Volume 1

Welcome one and all to another MDM comic review. This time around, we’re taking a walk through the world of crime noir, and looking at the hardcover first volume of… 1,128 more words


Cover Reveal: Addict

Welcome, one and all, to a very special post. As you may be aware, thanks to the wonders of the PitMad Twitter Pitch Event, I was able to sell the rights to a  novel titled… 192 more words

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February: Check Out Our Best in Indian Fiction and Non-fiction

What makes a nation great? Is it simply economic prosperity and military strength – or something more?

It is only a matter of time before India is termed economically developed. 689 more words