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Giveaway
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Margot Renne Payne Oct 26, 2007.

Define Hardboiled...
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Christopherson Sep 29, 2007.

Just Bought a Book..
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Hometown:
Da Bronx
About Me:
I write mysteries. The Precinct Puerto Rico series (hardboiled cozies) and The Concrete Maze (hardboiled noir). Just won a Derringer Award for a short story I've posted on my blog here called "Elena Speaks of the City, Under Siege." I run a blog: The Crime Time Cafe
I Am A:
Writer
Website:
http://www.steventorres.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Dope by Sara Gran
The Song is You by Megan Abbott
The Guards by Ken Bruen
Drive by Jim Sallis
Bloodknot by John Galligan

and

Short Stories By...
IJ Parker
Martin Limon
Russel McLean
Steve Hockensmith
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Amazing Race
American Idol
just got into the whole "wait for the DVD" thing
Hmmm...An interesting fact, eh? Oh, I know! I once nearly walked into the line of fire of a cops and criminals gun battle... It was the end of a massacre at the Little Chester Shoe store in the Bronx. Cops won.

Steven Torres's Blog

Free E-novel

If you're looking for a hardboiled Kindle novel, THE CONCRETE MAZE is free today. Click here.

Posted on March 19, 2012 at 2:21am — 1 Comment

A Free E-book Offer...

Hi,

For today only, I've put up my long story THE VALLEY OF ANGUSTIAS as a free Kindle for your Kindle machine or Kindle app. Grab a copy and let me know what you think.

Posted on March 13, 2012 at 3:09am

If you're looking to feed your kindle...

Free short story collection today: KILLING WAYS. A lot of killing. Several ways.

Posted on March 9, 2012 at 8:32am

Free Kindle E-book

The title says just about everything except the date (today, March 2nd) and the title: LUCY CRUZ AND THE CHUPACABRA KILLINGS.

 

A full-length novel set in Puerto Rico with an amateur sleuth.

 

Get them while they're hot.

Posted on March 3, 2012 at 8:10am

A Free Kindle Story

If you've got a Kindle or Kindle app, you might want to take a free look at my short story "The Devil's Snare." The Devil himself narrates about the time he messed with the wrong 72 year-old and tried to tempt Edith Porter. If you liked the Screwtape Letters, there's a chance you'll enjoy this one. Free at Amazon today and tomorrow.

Posted on February 10, 2012 at 10:46am

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At 4:47am on February 2, 2009, roger smith said…
Hi Steven. I'll look out for your work.
At 12:54pm on March 26, 2008, Jennifer Colt said…
Hi Steven. How nice to hear from you. I trust all is well. Congrats on the award. Johnny D. would be proud! (Going to check out the blog. . .) Cheers, J
At 11:49am on March 26, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Steven
Congratulations on your award. I hope you started that new writing project. It's such a great feeling to get going on a story after a long period of not writing. For me, it's almost like a sense of relief, as if the story had building pressure inside until I let it flow onto the page.
At 8:37am on February 22, 2008, JackBludis said…
Did you start your Jan 3rd project yet?
At 4:30am on December 21, 2007, Bernd Kochanowski said…
Hi,

I read your blog regularly, so I realized that you wrote about my post. Sorry that my English is not good enough, otherwise I would write sometimes posts on crimespace.

Indeed, I never read IJ Parker, but I realized that she is active on crimespace and often comments on "contemporary nomad".

Concerning Winspear: If I understand you correctly Maisie Dobbs wasn't your cup of tea (She won the Agatha). I agree, but I was really impressed with her description of (and attitude to) the "great war" and due to her I bought me a book with verses from Wilfred Owen - fine stuff.
At 1:40am on December 21, 2007, Bernd Kochanowski said…
It's a Pity, that I cannot leave a commentary on your blog (I blog with Wordpress and have no Blogger-account).

But: Winspear did not receive an Edgar. She was as often as Bruen nominated for it.
At 8:14pm on November 15, 2007, Bernd Kochanowski said…
Hello Steven,

in case you care. Just posted my review of "the concrete maze". The link ist here http://krimileser.wordpress.com/2007/11/15/kurzrezension-steven-torres-concrete-maze/

i Liked it, quite a amazing ride.
At 4:56am on November 12, 2007, Bruce Findleton said…
Just got my copy of The Concrete Maze. Most grateful. Thanks.
At 10:00pm on November 6, 2007, HappyRuby said…
Just finished The Concrete Maze yesterday. I intend to get a review posted and then send it on to my daughter in W. Virginia. I'm sure she will really enjoy the book. I did but it made me sad.
At 4:25am on August 29, 2007, Kevin Helmold said…
Hi Steven,
I'm glad you picked up a copy of my book. I'd like to meet you and all the other crimespace authors. I'll be at the LIM conference next Feb. in Chicago. Are you or any of your writing friends planning on making it to that conference?
 
 
 

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