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Why Investigative Reporter Liam Mulligan Fears The Future

Like most newspaper professionals these days, Liam Mulligan, a fictional investigative reporter at The Providence Dispatch, fears the future. The paper’s longtime-owners, a group of wealthy Rhode Island families who have controlled the Dispatch since the Civil War, always ran … Continue reading

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The Korean Edition of “Rogue Island.”

My Edgar Award-winning first crime novel, Rogue Island, has been translated into ten foreign languages; and here, just in, is the cover of the Korean edition. For those of you who do your reading in English, you can find the … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now! It’s Former G-Man George Fong.

George Fong worked as an FBI agent for 27 years, investigating bank robberies, drug trafficking, kidnappings, serial killings, and gangs. He reached the high rank of assistant inspector before retiring. He is now ESPN’s director of security for the western … Continue reading

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Crime Novelist Timothy Hallinan Interviews Me About “Cliff Walk.”

Tim Hallinan is one of the best crime novelists in the business.  So I’m honored that he interviewed me about my new Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk, for his blog. Here’s the text of that interview: CLIFF WALK is a … Continue reading

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Look who’s reading “Cliff Walk” now! It’s acclaimed crime novelist Thomas Perry!

Tom is the author of the Jane Whitefield novels, which I have always admired.  You can find out more about him here. Cliff Walk is the second novel in my crime novel series featuring Liam Mulligan, an investigative reporter for … Continue reading

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My AP Review of “The Skeleton Box” by Bryan Gruley

The mythical village of Starvation Lake, Mich., is an authentic realm of piney woods, deadman’s curves, working-class bars, lakefront cottages, friendly neighbors, town drunks, rampant gossip and small-town cops where almost everyone is obsessed with the fate of a junior … Continue reading

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