Thanks for the invitation. I'm looking forward to communicating with you. I write fictional crime featuring St. Paul Homicide Detective John Santana. White Tombs was published in March of 2008. The second in the series is due out in 2009. I also write a blog entitled Probable Cause that deals with real issues of crimes and justice.
and thank you! research for it is fun. and it's amazing how much was really known in the mid 1950's. In McBain's first 87 pct novel, Cop Hater the lab is able to come up with a lot of forensic detail I never knew existed back then! I suppose one could say I've eliminated a lot need to research now--ahem would I do that to make it easier? for my first novel? YESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!
Thanks for the befriending. For some reason I can't find the "accept" button at the top of this page when I follow the link from my e-mail, and this is the third time I've tried. Therefore, I accept you minus the button and am grateful for the opportunity.
Hi Luis, thanks for inviting me. I'm a bit behind on my fiction blog at the moment, but have 2/3 of an author interview published (with Qiu Xiaolong) that might interest you. I look forward to discussing crime fiction with you. Best wishes, Jim
I'm going to Thailand soon and decided to find a police procedural set somewhere in Southeast Asia. I found three books about a Bangkok detective written by John Burdett. Has anyone read anything by this author?