I get really excited about The Edgars, and I always like to challenge myself to read as many as possible. If I could read ‘em all, I would! In light of the announcement of the 2015 Edgar Award nominees, I thought it would be fun to put together a cover gallery of past winners. This one is for Best Novel, but I plan to cover other categories in the days … Continue reading
Please welcome Phil Hogan to the blog! He kindly stopped by to talk about his new book, A Pleasure and a Calling, and courtesy of Picador, we’ve got a copy to give away to one lucky winner (US only), so be sure to check out the details at the bottom of the post! Will you tell us a bit about your new book, A PLEASURE AND A CALLING, and your … Continue reading
There’s almost more awesome in this Suspense/Fiction Kindle round up than I can take, and it’s all under $5 (but, as always, be sure to doublecheck the price before you click that BUY button)!
The 2015 Edgar Award nominees have been announced!! Congrats to all the noms, and the winners will be announced at the Mystery Writer’s of America’s 69th Gala Banquet, April 29, 2015 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York, so watch this space! Also, psssst…This Dark Road to Mercy, The Gone Dead Train, Tinseltown, and Shovel Ready are all under $5 on Kindle right now. Best Novel This Dark Road to … Continue reading
Cane and Abe by James Grippando (Harper, Jan. 20th, 2015)-Miami State Prosecutor Abe Beckham is a newlywed, but he’s still mourning the death of his previous wife, Samantha. His new wife, Angelina, is an old flame, and although they have history, she struggles with the vestiges of Samantha that still remain, most notably her bipolar adult brother JT, who Abe still supports. When Abe becomes involved in the investigation of … Continue reading
The Kings of London by William Shaw (Mulholland, Jan.27th, 2015)-In The Kings of London, William Shaw rejoins DS Cathal “Paddy” Breen and policewoman Helen Tozer as they investigate a series of deaths joined by fire. Breen is a bit adrift after his father’s death, after caring for him for so long and he’s still feeling the fallout after forcing a fellow officer out after discovering he was on the take. … Continue reading
Things Half in Shadow, the new book by Alan Finn, is addictive. Trust me on this. That said, of course I’m thrilled to welcome Alan to the blog to talk about the book, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a bit about Things Half in Shadow and what inspired you to write it? Things Half in Shadow is a supernatural historical mystery full of murder, séances … Continue reading
Here are the books that I’m especially looking forward to in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction for February (it’s another helluva month for suspense!!) Enjoy (all synopsis are from B&N or Amazon) The Marauders by Tom Cooper (Crown-Feb. 3rd) Synopsis-When the BP oil spill devastates the Gulf coast, those who made a living by shrimping find themselves in dire straits. For the oddballs and lowlifes who inhabit the sleepy, working class bayou town … Continue reading
I promised you some Mystery/Suspense deals, so here they are! You’re sure to find something to curl up with over the weekend. As always, doublecheck the price before you click BUY, because sometimes these deals don’t last!
Please welcome Elizabeth Heiter back to the blog! Her new book, Vanished, just came out, and she kindly answered a few of my questions about it, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about Vanished? Thank you so much! I’m really excited for Vanished, where my heroine finally gets to tackle the case that drove her to become an FBI profiler in the first … Continue reading