I’m taking tomorrow off, but I found some deals that I just couldn’t resist posting. These are all under $5 (Kindle), and good as of the time of the post (11/26), but I have no idea how long they’ll last, so snap ‘em up while you can!
The Big Finish, the 14th book in the wildly popular suspense series starring PI Daniel Thorn, will be out on the 2nd, and James W Hall kindly stopped by to answer a few questions about the book, and more! Also, we’ve got a giveaway, so be sure to check out the details below the post! The Big Finish is the 14th book in your series featuring PI Daniel Thorn. Will … Continue reading
Need a good read to beat the winter blues? I’ve got you covered. It’s a grab-bag of awesome, and they’re all under $5 (Kindle is my preferred format, but be sure to check out other formats too for discounts if Kindle isn’t your jam.) These often don’t last, so get ‘em while they’re hot!
Eric Rickstad is the author of the critically acclaimed Reap, and his second book, The Silent Girls, will be out next week. He kindly stopped by to talk about the new book, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about The Silent Girls (which has already gotten some great buzz) and what inspired you to write it? Sure. Thanks. The Silent Girls is a dark … Continue reading
Shame on me for not posting these results sooner! The 2014 Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus Award winners were presented last weekend at Bouchercon 2014. Huge congrats to all the winners! Anthony Award Winners (voted on by Bouchercon attendees) Best Audiobook: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith Best Television Episode Teleplay: “Pilot” for The Blacklist by John Bokenkamp Best Children’s or Young Adult Novel: The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau Best Critical … Continue reading
I read a lot of SFF, but every now and then, I love a good historical (especially one with lots of suspense), and The Paris Winter is just the thing to scratch that itch. That said, I’m thrilled to welcome Imogen Robertson to the blog to answer a few questions about her brand new book, The Paris Winter (out tomorrow)! Will you tell us a bit about The Paris Winter … Continue reading
Invisible Streets by Toby Ball (Overlook, July 2014)-Like your noir with a political twist? I do, and Invisible Streets, although it’s set in the turbulent 60s, it’s rather timely, which makes it even more fascinating for me. Again, it’s the 60s in the City, and this City doesn’t exist on any real map, which gives the author a certain amount of freedom with the prose, even as he sticks to … Continue reading
Here’s your weekly round up of Kindle deals under $5. It’s a cornucopia of genre (curated with care, ’cause I love you), so you’re sure to find something you like, and if you’re a mystery lover, and you haven’t discovered Michael Connelly’s superb Harry Bosch series, or if you’re a fan of dark urban fantasy, Mike Carey’s Felix Castor series, now’s the time, because most of them are under $5 … Continue reading
Here are the books that I’m especially looking forward to in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction for December! Enjoy! Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz (Harper-Dec. 9th) Synopsis-The game is once again afoot in this thrilling mystery from the bestselling author of The House of Silk, sanctioned by the Conan Doyle estate, which explores what really happened when Sherlock Holmes and his arch nemesis Professor Moriarty tumbled to their doom at the Reichenbach Falls. Internationally … Continue reading
I’m a huge, HUGE fan of the Pendergast series by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (that’s him on the right), and Lincoln was kind enough to stop by and chat a bit about the newest installment, Blue Labyrinth (out tomorrow), and more! Please give him a warm welcome! Blue Labyrinth, the 14th book in the Pendergast series, just came out, and I can’t wait to dive in! Pendergast is one … Continue reading