I quite enjoyed that book as well. I reviewed it here: http://thetysonadams.blogspot.com/2011/02/book-reviews-doomsday-key...
I want to see Rollins and Berry co-write a book or series.
All plans got pitched out the window when somebody whose opinion's I really respect mentioned The End of the Wasp Season by Denise Mina.
Wow, lots of really great books I hadn't heard of yet. My list keeps getting longer and longer.
Anyone had a chance to read Noir Nation No. 1 yet? We cold really use a few reveiws on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
I've started reading it. I read the first two shorts and the first one especially is very good. I'm on the road for work this week so reading in hotel rooms will see me finish it. I bought it from Amazon.
I'm also halfway through a submission for your next edition.
Massimo Carlotto's THE GOODBYE KISS: very violent and very unpleasant, which is very fine by me.
Reading another Archie Mayor. His narrative description is wonderful; you feel as if you were in Vermont!
The Wounded and the Slain by David Goodis. This is the second Goodis for me. Very sad, but powerful. This one's published by Hard Case Crime. It's told in omniscient 3rd person, but slips into 2nd person from time to time as the two key characters step back from themselves and reflect on their actions or situation. Riveting, but more character exploration than crime novel.
Currently reading Tess Gerritsen's VANISH, a Rizzoli & Isles book. Great fun.
Fatal Destiny - a Grace deHaviland novel