Have you seen the movie "Lonely Hearts" (2006) with Salma Hayek, John Travolta, and Jared Leto? It's a hard boiled docudrama. Travolta plays the dogged investigator. Hayek plays the femme fatale…Continue
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What is the marketing rationale for providing free e-books? It looks like there are thousands out there. If I do free work as an attorney, usually the only thing that gets me is more people…Continue
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I've read a good number of James Lee Burke's Robicheaux novels and like the murky dark Southern feel to them. Burke's Western-set mysteries, though, leave me pretty cold. Neither the prose nor the…Continue
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Chinatown, with Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway, is recognized as one of the best movies of all time. Its sequel, The Two Jakes, is largely forgotten. Any film that followed up Chinatown would be…Continue
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The Past Never Ends, a legal mystery by Jackson Burnett, has been submitted for consideration for the Edgar Awards in the Best First Novel category.
Mystery Writers of America recognize the best in crime and mystery writing with their annual Edgar Awards. Nominees will be announced in January, 2013 and the winners given awards at a New York banquet in May.
Set in the American Southwest in the days before 9/11, The Past Never Ends is both a complex murder mystery and a…
Posted on November 23, 2012 at 11:31pm
An interview with Jackson Burnett regarding his legal mystery, The Past Never Ends, appears at Open Book Society. Check it out. Here's the link:http://openbooksociety.com/article/jackson-burnett-author-of-the-past-never-ends-exclusive-interview/
Posted on September 13, 2012 at 10:20pm — 2 Comments
The Past Never Ends, a legal mystery by Jackson Burnett, has received a five star review at Open Book Society.
Posted on September 9, 2012 at 4:41pm
You've met her. Maybe not in person, but she appears in almost every James M. Cain and Raymond Chandler novel. Pulp fiction would have never gained an audience without her. She appears in movies and in novels of all types today. The femme fatale -- the sexy, seductive woman who leads men to destruction.
Women wonder why men are so stupid they can't recognize her for what she really is.
You've met him. Maybe not in fiction,…Continue
Posted on August 18, 2012 at 1:54am