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July 4 brought the 36th anniversary of the unresolved murder of Juanita Nielsen, the 36 year-old campaigning editor of a Kings Cross (Sydney) newspaper who disappeared without trace and whose remains have never been found.
The date also saw the publication of a book by Barry Ward, a former Sydney journalist who claims to have exposed the plot…Continue
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I've been slow to embrace the e-book.
Since 1980, I haven't had a job that hasn't revolved around books--printed books--and publishing and writing and words. I've worked in just about every aspect of those fields, and I'm admittedly biased toward books printed on paper.
But the world is changing fast. Bookstores (including…Continue
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What you are about to read is a true account of an actual event. The names haven’t been changed because no one will care.
First, let me start at the beginning, don’t worry it won’t take long. I moved to the country about five years ago. It’s lovely with wide-open spaces, room to breathe, tons of trees, and wildlife. Many times when I…Continue
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Good morning to everyone and I hope that your 4th of July holiday weekend is rolling right along. Today on my Facebook I am putting up videos from one hit wonders of the 80’s; chime in on your favorite and suggest a few while you are there. I will be doing it all weekend as long as I am not picnicking with the family. Back to business: The new Paul D. Brazill series, “Drunk on the Moon”, is gaining some serious attention among authors. The list…Continue
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Is this fact or fiction? That is the rub with this. Bob Hamer was an undercover FBI agent for 25 years before he decided to write his awesome suspense filled novels. I have interviewed Bob a few times on The G-ZONE, my blogtalk radio show, and he flat out says that is the part of the fun of the novel. Can we the reader figure out what he really did and what he made up to weave the fabric of the novel together? I can’t; I am not smart enough and besides if he did any or most of what is in…Continue
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Mystery Fanfare, a fantastic blog by long-time crime fiction expert Janet Rudolph announced the nominees yesterday. The award will be presented at the annual Bouchercon mystery fan convention later this year. Macavity is named for T. S. Eliot’s cat in Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats.
Here’s the link and list–check it out:…Continue
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Last week, PW’s article “The Top Five Twitter Feeds for the Six Largest Publishing Houses” asked publishers to send us data regarding their Twitter feeds. While the previous article was meant to show the large publishers’ presence on Twitter, the table below is meant to be as an inclusive listing of…Continue
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Peter Rozowsky's blog is one of the most popular and most intelligent blogs on the web. As the name suggests, Peter discusses/reviews crime novels set in countries across the globe. As the numerous comments he gets show, he attracts some very smart people, as well as some authors.
On this occasion, Peter decided that the past is also a foreign country. Quite right, I think, and he asks me to answer some questions about writing historical crime novels. He also asked…Continue
Hello everybody! I got this news yesterday and immediately my blood pressure sky rocketed. Incredible, fun, cutting edge, intense, how more commas can I have in this sentence? Anybody?
Let’s get to it shall we: Paul D. Brazill ,one of the gods of noir/hard-boiled/mystery/horror has begun to not just put together a character but an entire series called “Drunk On The Moon” ! The first installment hits cyberspace next Friday July 8th. Each month a new installment of series…Continue