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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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Bouchercon 2015 Is Over, And I’m Already Nostalgic About It

This year’s edition of Bouchercon, the huge annual gathering of crime novelists and fans, ended Sunday, and already I’m feeling nostalgic. For a writer like me, who spends months working in isolation, the four-day conference was a rare chance to … Continue reading

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The Ten Best Crime Novels of 2011

This was a great year for crime fiction, so perhaps it would be better to call these my favorites, rather than the best. Or maybe I should just say that of the ones I’ve read, these are the ten I … Continue reading

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Alex McNight Returns In Steve Hamilton’s New Novel.

We hadn’t heard anything from Alex McNight, reluctant Michigan private eye, since A Stolen Season (2006.) But this week he’s back in Steve Hamilton’s new detective yarn, Misery Bay. This is Hamilton’s first book since The Lock Artist, a stand-alone … Continue reading

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My Night at the Edgars: The Photos

My daughter Melanie and my granddaughter Mikaila accompanied me to the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Awards Banquet at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Manhattan. Below are photographs of the event. (The photos showing Melanie and Mikaila with Rambo’s creator, … Continue reading

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My Night at the Edgars

CriminalElement.com, a website hosted by my publisher, asked me to write a first-person account of my night at the Edgar Awards Banquet.  Here it is. In my imagination, mystery novelists spend long days writing in T-shirts and jeans (or maybe … Continue reading

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“Rogue Island” nominated for an Edgar Award!

I’m thrilled that my novel, Rogue Island, has been short-listed for an Edgar Award in the best first novel category. The winner will be announced at the Mystery Writers of America’s awards banquet at the end of April.  Meanwhile, you … Continue reading

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