is new to me author and another Nordic author who has made her name known in North America.…
Added by Luanne Ollivier on September 8, 2011 at 1:33am —
Book Title: RAZOR
Author: Larry Writer
Publisher: Pan MacMillan Australia
Year of Publication: 2011
Genre: True Crime
This Underbelly TV tie-in edition is the acclaimed, award-winning history of the Razor gangs - now the basis for Channel 9's 13-part blockbuster - Underbelly Razor. In the 1920s and '30s in inner Sydney, some of the most terrifying criminals in Australia's history waged war with razor and gun. As gang fought gang, the… Continue
Added by Karen from AustCrime on September 7, 2011 at 11:36pm —
I've been busy adding to the Al Pennyback series, and in those I follow the rules of mystery writing; a crime, a criminal and victim, lots of clues, and a protoganist who faces long odds but prevails in the end. A good mystery story, though, doesn't always have to be about a crime. In my latest short story, Sour Note, a continuation of a series of stories about Louis Dumkowski, a born loser who… Continue
Added by Charles A. Ray on September 7, 2011 at 11:31pm —
I share a blog with seven other authors of "international mysteries."
We don't post about our books, or the craft of writing, but rather about events of cultural, historical or human interest that occur, or have occurred, in the countries in which we set our stories.
And there's a new post every day of the week.
We hope you'll drop in:
Added by Leighton Gage on September 7, 2011 at 3:10pm —
Hi, me again, Trestle Press and some of their authors have put together what I think is one intense giveaway. Each author covers a different genre, has a different style, but they all share one common goal: They love to satisfy readers, and they would to hear from you in one way or another. What do I mean by that? Well you can follow their blogs, email them, and become their friend on any of the social websites you can find them (Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Reverb, Edgy Christian… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 7, 2011 at 8:04am —
Congratulate me: last night I got a call from KION, our local CBS affiliate, to say that one of their reporters liked my story idea about how 9/11 affected me, their topic for the month, and wanted to film a feature…today.
She liked that I planted climbing red roses on two supports in the days following 9/11 as a memorial to the victims of the twin towers, and she liked that I had planted rudbekia, plants whose meaning according to Victorian tradition stands…
Added by Nancy Lynn Jarvis on September 7, 2011 at 7:53am —
Are you a blogger or avid reader? I bet you are, and if you are then I would really like to have a discussion with you. Why? Well let me say that we have plenty for you to read and we have many benefits for participating. The fun stuff we do and have done. In my opinion is pretty different from just throwing a free read at you. We are looking for inclusion, your input, and sincere involvement in all that we do. The authors themselves are pretty pumped with the feedback they get and are more… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 7, 2011 at 4:29am —
And the accolades continue to roll in for one of our Trestle Press authors. Alexandrea Weis has won the Gold Medal in the Reader's Favorite Book Awards for her romantic suspense novel Recovery. Set against the backdrop of post-Katrina New Orleans, Recovery has been receiving rave reviews. Alexandrea is becoming known as a New Orleans author and her NOLA Gumbo series with Trestle Press is also creating a lot… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 7, 2011 at 12:29am —
Charlie Stella was good enough to interview me over at his blog, Temporary Knucksline
, discussing WILD BILL and our upcoming collaboration.
Added by Dana King on September 6, 2011 at 2:14pm —
Book Title: WHERE THE BODIES ARE BURIED
Author: Chris(topher) Brookmyre
Publisher: Little & Brown
Year of Publication: 2011
Detective Catherine McLeod was always taught that in Glasgow, they don't do whodunit. They do score-settling. They do vendettas. They do petty revenge.
It's a lesson that has served her well, but Glasgow is also a dangerous place to make assumptions. Either way she looks at it,… Continue
Added by Karen from AustCrime on September 6, 2011 at 11:40am —
SECRETS of Promoting & Marketing your Book for *FREE*
SQUEEE! I don’t believe it! My kick-ass marketing case study is Out NOW. Its included in a Bonus Chapter:… Continue
Added by Karen Tyrrell on September 6, 2011 at 10:06am —
In spite of the university always changing protocols and software and passwords I managed to log onto my university account, edit the web page to include my latest books, and save it. Check it out! Learn about the four books i uploaded this summer. Thanks to the Kindle list we are actually starting to have some sales. It is amazing. Today someone in the UK downloaded my combined book of four Mystery Club novels. That would never have happened without Amazon and the Kindle list. It's an $8… Continue
Added by Harley Sachs on September 6, 2011 at 3:59am —
Gave up on Nichigan. Sold everything or gave it away. Bye bye to 3000 books. Sad sad. Sold the sailboat. Blub blub.
Added by Harley Sachs on September 6, 2011 at 3:29am —
I'm delighted to announce the release of my latest novel, the Victorian Murder/Mystery, Behind Closed Doors. Also, due to the generosity of my publisher, Sonar 4 Publications every paperback copy sold will carry a… Continue
Added by Brian L Porter on September 6, 2011 at 1:12am —
Last year at this time, I hated Twitter, but now I love it. It has become my favorite social network. Through Twitter, I’ve found new readers for my books, met bloggers, reviewers and interviewers who featured my books, kept up on news in my areas of interest, and just met some all around nice people.
Using Twitter takes some trial and error to get used to it, however, and that’s why I’m hosting Twitter Week on my blog. I…
Added by Stacy Juba on September 5, 2011 at 1:06am —
New crime novel from Black Mask Books, Hard Cold Whisper, in paperback and Kindle
Audio version from… Continue
Added by Michael Hemmingson on September 4, 2011 at 5:37pm —
To read or not to read, that is the question here. I mean Mexico; it is used many times in many ways in novels and not all of them good. I had trepidation and was a bit uneasy. Stuart Gustafson put that all aside very quickly for me. How? Why? I mean, really? Yes to all three. As you will see in the synopsis Stuart is a world traveler, has seen most of the globe, has flown many,many, many miles. My point is he was able to put that in print. He was able to convey to me what he saw while he… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 4, 2011 at 4:58am —
New issue of Kings River Life is up and we have a fun mystery short story by Barry Ergang, "The Mall Tea's Fall Kin" http://kingsriverlife.com/09/03/the-mall-teas-fall-kin-an-original-mystery-short-story/ And a double header book reviews of a pair of mysteries with Western American/Native American settings-"Devil's Kitchen" by Clark Lohr & "Death Along The Spirit Road" by C. M. Wendelboe… Continue
Added by Lorie Ham on September 4, 2011 at 4:17am —
On the same day they finally indentified Ned Kelly’s decapitated skeleton I wound up in Melbourne with his head. Well not Kelly's still missing skull exactly but a miniature version of the outlaws famous iron helmet. It’s what they give you when you win a Ned Kelly award. When I first saw the long list for the 2011 Neds the last thing on my mind was going to Melbourne. The list always has some heavy hitters, including previous winners, but this year there were more than a few. Getting…
Added by Geoff McGeachin on September 3, 2011 at 10:22am —
When I finished reading this I heard “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns and Roses blaring on my XM/Sirius boombox, very fitting. This was my first read on a David Levien novel and it will not be my last. The character he has created in Frank Behr is nothing short of amazing and satisfying. He is fractured yet looking to seal the cracks kind of hero that had me enthralled the entire read. The code of ethics that Levien has instilled in him is simple, strong and unbreakable. It seems nothing… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 3, 2011 at 7:35am —