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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s Mystery Author Jon Jefferson!

Jon Jefferson is half of the best-selling “Body Farm” mystery-writing team published under the pen name Jefferson Bass.  I snapped the photo last week at Killer Nashville, a great crime fiction conference in Tennessee. Jon’s writing partner is Dr. Bill … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s Best-Selling Thriller Writer Joseph Finder

Joseph Finder is one of the top thriller writers in the business, and his latest novel, “Suspicion,” is a New York Times best seller. You can learn more about Joe and his work here. Providence Rag is the third novel in … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s Best-Selling Author Scott Turow!

Attorney Scott Turow burst onto the literary scene in 1987 with the runnaway best-seller Presumed Innocent. While continuing an active legal practice, he has since written another eight legal thrillers and two non-fiction books as well as essays for periodicals including … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s Mystery Writer Timothy Hallinan.

Timothy Hallinan, one of my favorite crime writers, is the critically acclaimed author of both the Junior Bender and Poke Rafferty mysteries. You can learn more about Tim and his work here: http://www.timothyhallinan.com/ Providence Rag is the third novel in my … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s the Great Lawrence Block

Lawrence Block is one of the finest crime novelists of our time, and I’m fortunate to call him my friend. I snapped this photo of him yesterday at Book ExpoAmerica (BEA) in Manhattan. In a career spanning half a century, … Continue reading

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“Providence Rag” Named One of Ten Best

Publishers Weekly has named my new Mulligan crime novel, Providence Rag, one of the ten best mysteries of the season. It’s an honor to be on the list with the likes of Philip Kerr, Laura Lippman, and Chris Pavone. The … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? It’s Mystery Writer Sue Grafton

Sue Grafton, author of the Kinsey Millhone series, is one of our best-selling and most honored mystery writers.  I caught up with her last month at Left Coast Crime, a crime writing conference in Monterey, and snapped this photo. You … Continue reading

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Notes On A Book Tour From A Tired But Grateful Novelist

Home at last. After twenty-eight days on the road, with fifteen events stretching from New York City in the East to San Francisco in the West, I’m both exhausted from all the travel and grateful for the scores of folks … Continue reading

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Sons of Sam Spade Raves About “Providence Rag”

Crime novelist Jochem Vandersteen, writing for his Sons of Sam Spade blog, raves about Providence Rag, the latest hardboiled novel in my Edgar Award-winning Mulligan crime series.  He says in part: “What makes this novel so great? It’s the fact … Continue reading

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“Kirkus Reviews” Article About The Writing of “Providence Rag.”

There’s a fantastic article about me and my new Mulligan crime novel, “Providence Rag,” in Kirkus Reviews today!  You can find it here. How nice that it appeared on the book’s publication date.  The book is available in hardcover, e-book, … Continue reading

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