Where to See and Hear Bruce DeSilva Talk About “The Dread Line” This Week

Signing in Mystic 2My new crime novel, The Dread Line, is being published in hardcover and e-book editions tomorrow (Tuesday, Sept. 6), and I’m hitting the road to promote it. This week’s appearances are all in Rhode Island and Massachusetts:

9:30 a.m. Wednesday — I’m being interviewed by Tony Lopes on WNFB Radio, AM1530, Taunton, MA

1:00 p.m. Wednesday — I’m being interviewed by Frank Proznitz on WDAK Radio, AM1540, Newport, R.I.

6:30 p.m. Wednesday — I’ll be speaking and signing copies of the new novel at Loontjens Memorial Library, 35 Kingstown Rd, Narragansett, R.I.

5:30-7:30 Thursday — I’ll be chatting with readers and signing books at Readmore Books, 330 Winthrop St, Taunton, MA

Check in with me for more upcoming events in New England and around the country. The Dread Line is the fifth in my Edgar Award-winning series of hard-boiled crime novels featuring Liam Mulligan. And in this one, the New England Patriots are featured in the plot.

dread lineIf you can’t make one of my book signings, you can order The Dread Line by Bruce DeSilva from a choice of independent or chain online bookstores by clicking here. 

About Bruce DeSilva

Crime Novelist
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3 Responses to Where to See and Hear Bruce DeSilva Talk About “The Dread Line” This Week

  1. Would you classify your Mulligan series as mystery or just crime fiction? Thank you.

    • Hi, Jen. Well, there’s definitely a mystery or three in every book in the series, but I don;t call the book mysteries because it’s a broad category that includes cozies — books in which little old ladies solve murders. My publisher has sometimes marketed them as thrillers, but I don’t think that quite fits either. I think of them as hardboiled crime novels in the long tradition of Dashiel Hammet, Ross MacDonald, Robert B. Parker, and Walter Mosley. The books I think they most closely resemble are the Kenzie and Gennaro private eye novels.

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