A Killing Coast, the seventh in the DI Andy Horton series has been published in paperback and as an unabridged audio book. Already available in hardcover and as an e book, published by Severn House, it has been released as an unabridged audio book by Isis publishing, read by Gordon Griffin who also reads the others in the DI Horton series. Published in the UK, Commonwealth and America,…Continue
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Gordon Griffin is the narrator of the unabridged audio books in the DI Andy Horton series . Gordon is the voice of DI Andy Horton and the other characters in the Horton novels and is currently recording Footsteps on the Shore. This will be followed by A Killing…Continue
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It has been more than two years since New York Times bestselling author John Lescroart visited us here on Hook’em & Book’em. There has been a least one major change in his writing career since that time which we will cover in the Q&A section below. It has been too long. Join me as we find out what…Continue
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I think what many authors tend to either forget or not realize in the first place is that publishing is a business. With any business, there are rules, regulations, and requirements for those who want to be employed. Writers sometimes don’t do their homework. I admit, I didn’t, but in time I learned the rules, and am…Continue
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Like the anthology "Killer Fiction: 11 Short Stories of Killers, Fixers, and P.I.’s" the anthology does not waste time with an introduction of some type. While the "Killer Fiction" anthology had a decidedly noir bent in style, "A Woman’s Touch- 11 Short Stories of Murder and Misdemeanors" anthology is much more on the cozy side of reading with some stories being very predictable for seasoned mystery readers.
This anthology published by Sniplits…Continue
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I was delighted to meet up with my publisher, Severn House at the London Book Fair. Below are some of the team from Severn House and me with Kate Lyall-Grant and the jacket cover of Death Lies Beneath which will be published in July 2012.…
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So it's almost April (with its shoures soote) and I'm looking forward to the active part of the year. All winter I focused on writing, managing to finish Book #3 of the Simon & Elizabeth series and Book #2 of the Dead Detective series. I'm at work on Book #3, but author appearances are starting to emerge. There were two in March, and from there on, the calendar starts to look like a dartboard, with towns and times scribbled all over the place.
The interesting date this month…Continue
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By Mark Young
One of my favorite authors is Ernest Hemingway. As I prepared to interview our guest—international bestselling novelist Vincent Zandri—I could not help but make comparisons between these two men. Both men traveled extensively in Europe, loved to write, spent an awful lot of time in…
Added by Mark Young on February 23, 2012 at 2:00am — No Comments
Yesterday a man said to me, "My wife really likes your new book." He couldn't recall the title, but she'd said it was totally different from everything else she'd read of mine. I formed a theory from that and was just about to say the title when he said, "It's the one that takes place in Grand Rapids." Oh, THE DEAD DETECTIVE AGENCY.
Not the one I was thinking of at all. That book came out last April, and there have been so many on my mind in the time between that it seems really…Continue
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The new issue of Kings River Life is out and it's filled with mystery & Christmas fun! We have a review of Kate Kingsbury's latest Christmas book, "Herald of Death" and a chance to win a copy of the book http://kingsriverlife.com/12/10/herald-of-death-review/
Also we have a review of Linda Johnston's new animal rescue mystery "The More the Terrier" & a chance to win a copy of that book…
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The Made It Moments forum on my blog has featured Edgar winners, Edgar nominees, and internationally bestselling crime fiction writers. Today Richard Godwin offers his version--a NOT Made It Moment. I hope you'll stop by and say hello!
Thanks! Enjoy your day :)
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Lots of book, publishing and marketing chat with Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts author Mitzi Szereto.
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Mitzi Szereto chats from South Florida with Boston’s Joe Viglione on Visual Radio in a two-part interview about books, writing, publishing, and her controversial new release Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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