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Summer Adventures with the Lone Jack Kid

Looking for a great summer read? Look no further than Corso Books! Whether you want to be swept away in the crime world of the 1960’s mafia or you’re ready for a time traveling adventure like no other, Joe Corso has something for you. 389 more words

Reading Highlights - May 2015

Last month I managed to read a few more books than previous months – seven in total. This included three audio books and five crime novels. 852 more words

Books

Four Thriller Writers Who Also Review Books

Jon Land, Jeff Ayers, Myles Knapp, and I have two big things in common. We are all authors of thriller or crime novels and we all review books for major publications. 50 more words

Research - do it right

I’ve talked a little bit about book research before; in fact I think I even did a whole video on it as part of my vlog series… yes! 387 more words

Writing Stuff

'The Drop' a return to form for Dennis Lehane

It’s pretty easy for me to say that Dennis Lehane is one of my favorite writers.

I didn’t really know Lehane until a decade or more ago when I saw the paperback version of his 1994 crime novel, “A Drink Before the War,” on the shelf in a bookstore. 627 more words

Mystery

Marple, Jane Marple.

” St. Mary Mead, two-three-five?”
And off Jane goes
Another murder
In another hall
Or library,
Vicarage,
Or the like.

Her mind sorts out
The scarlet fish… 21 more words

Crime

The Samana Incident (Papua New Guinea)

by Keith Dahlberg

There’s nothing I love more than a good crime novel. I’m also a hobby linguist – I love foreign languages. This novel, by a local author (from my patch–Coeur d’Alene, Idaho) was a perfect choice. 483 more words

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