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My TV Interview About “The Dread Line” And What The New Novel Has To Do With The New England Patriots

In this interview with GoLocalTV in Providence, news editor Kate Nagle asks me how the New England Patriots and the murder charges against their former star tight end, Aaron Hernandez, inspired the plot of The Dread Line, the latest in … Continue reading

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“The Dread Line” Is a Crime Noir Classic — The Providence Journal

The Providence Journal calls The Dread Line, my new hard-boiled Liam Mulligan novel, “a ribald mix of Carl Hiaasen and Elmore Leonard, with a bit of Donald Westlake thrown in for good measure.” The Rhode Island newspaper’s review goes on … Continue reading

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What If The New England Patriots Hired My Crime Fiction Hero To Investigate Their Next Draft Choice?

In the end, the New England Patriots should consider themselves lucky. What if Aaron Hernandez had felt disrespected at practice one day, stalked out to the parking lot, fetched a handgun, and shot quarterback Tom Brady? Or head coach Bill … Continue reading

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An Interview About My New Crime Novel, “The Dread Line”

Brian Feinblum, who runs BookMarketingBuzzBlog, interviewed me about The Dread Line, the latest novel in my Edgar Award-winning series featuring Liam Mulligan. Here is the Q&A, which first appeared on his site. What is your new book about?Since getting fired … Continue reading

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