Book Title: THE END OF WASP SEASON
Author: Denise Mina
Year of Publication: 2011
When notorious millionaire banker Lars Anderson hangs himself from the old oak tree in front of his Kent mansion his death attracts no sympathy. One less shark is little loss to a world nursing a financial hangover. But the legacy of a life time of self-serving is widespread, the carnage most acute among those he ought to be protecting: his…
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Psychopathy is a personality disorder and has been described to have significant social implications. A person who has been diagnosed as a psychopath take what they want, do what they want, violate any social norms, and don’t experience the slightest sense of guilt or regret for what they have done.
Psychopaths are responsible for a considerable amount of the serious crimes committed, both violent and non-violent, and social distress to society. One frightening…Continue
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The short story collection AKITADA AND THE WAY OF JUSTICE: Tales of Crime in Imperial Japan, is now available for Kindle, Nook, and all other devices.
The book contains eleven Akitada stories that have previously appeared in ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S MYSTERY MAGAZINE,…Continue
Last week I finished checking the proofs for A Killing Coast, the seventh in the DI Andy Horton crime series due for publication in hardcover in the UK on 26 January 2012 and in the USA in May 2012.
I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product and receiving my author copies. It's always a thrill to see the…
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Today at 5pm EST, I get the opportunity to interview Mark Cooper for the first time. It should be fun. Here is a little about him and today’s link:
“Mark Cooper is a 37 year old civil servant, father of three and life-long lover of the strange and…Continue
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What we’ve come to call the “hard-boiled” tradition in crime fiction, as it’s lovingly explored and chronicled here in Crime Wave Magazine, originated in the American pulps of the 1920s, and flourished through the rise of the paperbacks in the 1950s. (As I’m using the term “hard-boiled” here, it denotes crime fiction that involves a significantly greater component of violent or potentially violent action than the traditional mystery, is less focused on cerebral deduction, and may not…Continue
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I'm delighted that Blood on the Sand, the fifth in the DI Andy Horton series of marine mystery police procedural crime novels set on the South Coast of England is to be published in Large Print by Severn House on 31 December. It is currently available in hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback, as an e book and an…Continue
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New issue of Kings River Life is up a bit early today with a lot of mystery fun! We have a preview of the TNT mystery movies that start this Tuesday http://kingsriverlife.com/11/26/tnt-mystery-movie-nights/
An article on Sing, Sing prison http://kingsriverlife.com/11/26/a-walk-through-sing-sing/
A review of…
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Vincent Zandri graciously agreed to let me interview him. Turns out to be be a fascinating discussion. Come over to my blog and take a look for yourself.
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Normally I would talk about how it is FFB and go over to Patti Abbott's wonderful blog at http://pattinase.blogspot.com/ for the list. Normally there would be a review here as well. Not this week as books are very far from my mind these days.
Just talked to Sandi and her lung filled significantly over night according to the lung doctor. She already knew that based on how she felt this morning so his news was not…Continue
Monday I will take my novels to the Epicure Cafe. This art-friendly venue offers good food, beer and wine, and great events like Monday's Beatniks & Butterflies. I'll be the featured author at this event, reading, discussing and signing my novels. You can also expect…Continue
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Book Title: BAD SIGNS
Author: R.J. Ellory
Year of Publication: 2011
Orphaned by an act of senseless violence that took their mother from them, half-brothers Clarence Luckman and Elliott Danziger start life with two strikes against them. Raised in state institutions, unaware of the world outside, their lives take a sudden turn when they are seized as hostages by a convicted killer en route to death row.
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The seventh in the DI Horton series of Marine Mystery crime novels A Killing Coast is to be published in hardcover by Severn House in the UK on 26 January 2012 and in the USA in May 2012.
Here are some photographs taken from the locations featured in A Killing Coast a British police procedural.The novel…
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On Thanksgiving day we should think of those who started the tradition. According to H.U. Westermayer the Pilgrims made seven times more graves than huts. No Americans have been more impoverished than these who, nevertheless, set aside a day of thanksgiving. In their honor, let's make this more than that day when gluttony becomes a patriotic duty, and remember that grace isn't just a little prayer you chant before receiving a meal. It's a way to live.
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We know not everyone we know or work with celebrates this holiday on Thursday, but everyone is in our thoughts and we appreciate all the support and kind words we…Continue
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Maynard Soloman is an old crusty badger of a detective with a potty-mouth straight outta 1932. Throughout his short story series, he's had some big cases. Yet none of them come close to his most recent in the e-book, Maynard Soloman Proves Santa Claus is Real.
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Don Collier is the current president of the Northern Virginia chapter of the Virginia Writer's Club. As
such he is the driving force behind a most impressive cadre of aspiring, emerging and established authors and I am proud to be among them. Don also recently read my novel The Troubleshooter and was kind enough to send me his impressions. I appreciated his taking the time, and made his comments the
featured review on my web site -…
Veterans Day weekend was a great time for me at the Northern Virginia Christmas Market! Not only did I sign a record number of books, but I managed to do some of my most important Christmas shopping. I also met book club members who invited me to their meetings, and folks who invited me to sign books at their luncheon. If I didn't see you there, well we're both sorry! http://www.ascamacho.com
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