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Watch A TV Interview About the Pro Football Angle in My New Crime Novel

The show is called The Take. The host is Sue O’Connell. The subject is why the New England Patriots are involved in the plot of… 150 more words

friday favourite - Armand Gamache

He’s not real, but he totally comes to life on the pages of my Friday favourite – the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series of crime novels by Canadian author… 103 more words

Friday Favourite

Top Ten Tuesday - All time favourite books from a chosen genre

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.  Every week a new topic is chosen. Today’s topic is  September 13: Top Ten ALL TIME Favorite Books Of X Genre. 463 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Bruce DeSilva's Updated Book Tour Schedule for "The Dread Line"

Here’s an update, with several additions, on where I’ll be appearing next during my ongoing book tour for The Dread Line, the fifth in my Edgar Award-winning series of hardboiled crime novels. 342 more words

Best-Selling Crime Novelist Ace Atkins says "The Dread Line" Is Highly Recommended!

Thanks to Ace Atkins, New York Times best-selling author of the fine Colin Quinn crime novels and the writer who has taken over Robert B. Parker’s Spenser series, for this shout-out about… 196 more words

Murder Is Our Peculiar Pastime: Fifty Notable American Crime Novels: 25-26

BY MARTIN KICH

Higgins, George V.  The Friends of Eddie Coyle.  New York: Knopf, 1972.

In 1985, the Book Marketing Council selected The Friends of Eddie Coyle… 821 more words

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Writers Celebrated as Aussie Crime Expands in Scope and Success

Emma Viskic has picked up three Sisters in Crime Australia Davitt Awards for her debut novel Resurrection Bay. The Davitt Awards are named after Ellen Davitt, who brought the mystery genre to Australia with her 1865 novel… 410 more words

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