November 2013 Blog Posts (35)

Book Talk and Seitzbooks.com

To the extent I even have readers, my apologies for neglecting this blog for so long. 

The most important news is that I have finally launched my official Web site, www.seitzbooks.com. Here you can find my books, current news, contact information and more. Check it out!

I have also launched a cable talk show, "Book Talk." The show is dedicated to the world of books, writing and reading, and we're trying to be as broad as…

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Added by Stephen Seitz on November 10, 2013 at 4:39am — 1 Comment

A Milestone

I am not a member of this site for the sole reason of BSP.  But I do want to share the fact that my debut novel MURDER ON HADRIAN'S WALL has reached 2,000 sales on amazon/kindle.  My very special thanks to I.J. Parker and Stephen Seitz for the guidance and help that they have given me, since I was admitted to Crimespace.

Added by Andrew Drummond on November 10, 2013 at 3:23am — 2 Comments

Murder of a Star Quarterback Now in Audio

From R. Barri Flowers, award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS 1 and 2, comes a gripping new audio true crime short, MURDER OF A STAR QUARTERBACK: The Tragic Tale of Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi.

 

In this mesmerizing tale of a sports legend, infidelity, jealousy, money, and…

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Added by R. Barri Flowers on November 9, 2013 at 6:33am — No Comments

Marine crime and international crime on the afternoon panel at CSI Portsmouth 2013

The afternoon session at CSI Portsmouth 2013 began at 2pm on Saturday 2 November, following a highly successful morning panel session which focused on drugs and drug related crime with crime experts Mick Ellis from Hampshire Police and Dr Alex Allan a forensic toxicologist from Triple A Forensics along with myself as crime author and moderator and crime author Kerry Wilkinson.…

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Added by Pauline Rowson on November 8, 2013 at 7:50pm — No Comments

Author Lacey Reah Releases Her Novel “Enlightened Ones”

Enlightened Ones is a fiction novel that depicts the struggles of a group of people living within a cult and the life of a young girl that joins the cult to escape her dysfunctional family.

 

Lacey Reah is proud to announce the recent release of her novel Enlightened Ones. Enlightened Ones is a fiction novel that depicts the struggles of a group of people living within a cult and the life of a young girl that joins the cult to escape her dysfunctional family. The compelling…

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Added by Dee Thomas on November 8, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Wordrow Press, LLC Releases Author Dan Trumpis’ Novel “Welcome to Harmony”

Welcome to Harmony is a middle grade fiction novel that explores a young boy’s struggle to make friends in a new town while coping with the physical condition of becoming a werewolf.

 

Dan Trumpis is proud to announce the recent release of his novel Welcome to Harmony.  Welcome to Harmony is a middle grade fiction novel that explores a young boy’s struggle to make friends in a new town while coping with the physical condition of becoming a werewolf.  The compelling book…

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Added by Dee Thomas on November 8, 2013 at 3:01am — No Comments

Triple the Thrillers with a Boxed Set!

EmilyStoneBoxedSet In celebration of the 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY since the first published Emily Stone Thriller, I’ve just released the EMILY STONE THRILLERS Boxed Set.  I’m very excited to offer this to readers.  It includes the…

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Added by Jennifer Chase on November 7, 2013 at 3:02am — No Comments

The Rustle of Bed Sheets and One Lost Cow

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Very nice news -

My short story, “The Rustle of Bed Sheets and One Lost Cow,” is up today at the very fine webzine THE BIG ADIOS (which is published by the very admirable folks at One Eye Press).

This is the second story in my Whispering Gulch series. The first story, “…

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Added by John Weagly on November 6, 2013 at 3:10am — No Comments

Drugs and poisons on the morning panel at CSI Portsmouth 2013 where crime fiction meets crime fact

Over 130 people gathered at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on a blustery day, punctuated by the occasional shower, on Saturday 2 November to listen to two panels of crime authors, crime experts and police debate crime fiction and crime fact. It was great to see so many people there and to welcome back those who had attended the previous CSI Portsmouth events.…

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Added by Pauline Rowson on November 6, 2013 at 12:34am — No Comments

I just got called a cult...

In public, on Amazon!

Read all about it HERE

Added by Iain Parke on November 5, 2013 at 11:34pm — No Comments

Cooks, Crooks and Colt

Five years ago, Harmon Colt, was a Los Angeles executive chef on the fast track to super-stardom. But a life changing incident made him never want to step in to the kitchen again. Now, Colt is a private investigator specializing in investigations for the food and hospitality industry.

    When restaurateur Paul Falsetti asks Colt to look in to the disappearance of his hostess and head waitress Zoe Hamilton, it looks like an easy way for Colt to make some easy money.

     But is…

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Added by kem roy neal on November 5, 2013 at 9:50am — No Comments

Out For Blood (Transylvanica High Series #2) Now in eBook

From R. Barri Flowers, the bestselling author of the young adult vampire novel, COUNT DRACULA'S TEENAGE DAUGHTER, comes the exciting book two in the Transylvanica High series, OUT FOR BLOOD.

 

Sixteen-year-old honor student Kula Lockhart is in her second year at Transylvanica High School in Harbor Heights, Michigan. It is one…

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Added by R. Barri Flowers on November 5, 2013 at 4:14am — No Comments

Dracula: The Gothic Pimp

Despite my almost unnatural love for the thriller – especially the spy thriller – my favorite novel of all time is actually Bram Stoker’s Dracula.  It is, in my humble opinion, the most highly original and genuinely terrifying story I have ever read.  Bram Stoker has brought into the public consciousness a character so confounding, erudite, and manly in the classical sense,…

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Added by Victoria Dougherty on November 5, 2013 at 12:43am — No Comments

Ratlines, by Stuart Neville

Soho Crime gave away copies of Stuart Neville’s Ratlines during Bouchercon 2012. I apparently had something more important to do—the hotel bar may have been involved—and I missed out. Consider this another argument against drinking; Ratlines is a great book.

 In 1963 the United States’ first Irish and first Catholic president—John Kennedy—visited Ireland, the first visit of an American president in Irish history. Many of Kennedy’s advisors…

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Added by Dana King on November 4, 2013 at 9:04am — No Comments

Booklist Weighs in on Grind Joint

The following will appear in the November 15 edition of Booklist:

King has created vividly drawn characters, a plot the late Elmore Leonard would appreciate, and dialogue that hits all the right notes. His Penns River recalls K.C. Constantine’s wonderfully rendered Rocksburg, another struggling, soulful Pennsylvania mill town. But the reclusive Constantine has retired. Let's hope Grind Joint is the first in a new series…

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Added by Dana King on November 2, 2013 at 12:27am — No Comments

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