Tags » Ken Bruen

Krimis, die man 2016 lesen sollte (IV)

Spät aber doch wird Stephen Hunter nun also doch ins Deutsche übersetzt. “Einsame Jäger” (seit 26. April im Handel) ist eines der besten aus seiner Reihe um den Scharfschützen Bob Lee Swagger. 746 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte

Book Review: Tower by Ken Bruen and Reed Farrel Coleman

Tower is a unique literary experiment in noir fiction, published in 2009. The story is about two lifetime friends from New York City. The first part of the story is Nick’s tale about his friend Todd, who has been living in Boston, and has come back to Nick’s life and New York City. 357 more words

Book

Un an de plus

Et voila, le jour de mon anniversaire s’achève doucement! Aujourd’hui le 7 février, c’était ma journée et ça tombe bien on est dimanche, je vais pouvoir faire ce que je veux! 1,178 more words

Tout Et N'importe Quoi

Reading matter 2015: Part 2

Stand by for part 2 of my list of everything (well, nearly everything) I’ve read over the last 12 months. Here come books 11 to 20: 781 more words

Reading

DEATH IN THE FACE on the "Favorite Crime Fiction of 2015" list in The Rap Sheet

Death in the Face, by Craig McDonald (Betimes):
Those of us who inhale the Hector Lassiter series (starting with 2007’s Edgar-nominated Head Games… 359 more words

Crime Fiction

Writers on Writing

Fellow writers are friends. They are generous with writing advice and tips for improving our work. See the Southwest Writers blog post by Bentley Clark. Thanks to her for the “10 Rules for Imitating Author Ken Bruen” blog post, derived from her favorite author. 129 more words

Travel Writing

Pushing Buttons: Jack Taylor, Series 1

How come, no matter how long since you’ve seen the family, nor how much distance you’ve put between you, they can always push your buttons? Answer: because they installed them…

420 more words
Television