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Who’s Reading “Providence Rag” Now? Best-Selling Thriller Writer John Lescroat!

John Lescroat is a New York Times bestselling author whose books have been translated into 16 languages in more than 75 countries. He’s one of the best and most successful thriller writers in existence. If you’d like to learn more about … Continue reading

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David Freed’s New Thriller Is Another Winner

David Freed, a former Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for The Los Angeles Times,  made my list of the top ten crime novels of 2011 with his debut novel, Flat Spin. His just-released sequel, Fangs Out, is every bit as good. You … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now? It’s Mystery Writer Parnell Hall

Parnell Hall, author of the Stanley Hastings and puzzle lady mysteries, is quite a character in his own right, and one of the nicest people I’ve met since I started writing crime novels. You can learn more about him and … Continue reading

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C.J. Box’s Latest Has Everything You Could Ask For In a Western Thriller

C.J. Box’s new thriller, Breaking Point, has everything his legions of fans have come to expect: well-drawn Wyoming characters, soulless bureaucrats whose meddling does more harm than good, lots of guns and horses, plenty of danger and suspense, a spectacular … Continue reading

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Randy Wayne White’s New Thriller Tackles One of Florida’s Most Enduring Mysteries

One of the most enduring Florida mysteries is that of Flight 19, a squadron of five Navy torpedo bombers that took off from Fort Lauderdale on a training mission on Dec. 5, 1945, and vanished somewhere off the Florida coast. … Continue reading

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“Six Years,” A Stunning New Thriller by Harlan Coben

One summer, at an artist’s colony in rural Vermont, Jake Fisher and Natalie Avery fell in love. And then, inexplicably, she broke it off, abruptly married an older man named Todd Sanderson, and made Jake promise he would never come … Continue reading

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A Review of Randy Wayne White’s “Gone”

Randy Wayne White introduces a female protagonist in Gone, his first thriller that does NOT feature Doc Ford, the hero of his first 19 books. Hannah Smith occupies the same Southwest Florida turf as Ford, but he and his familiar … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now? It’s Author C.J. Box!

C. J. Box is the New York Times best-selling author of the Joe Pickett thrillers, a great series set in the mountain west. His latest novel, Force of Nature, was published earlier this year.  You can learn more about the … Continue reading

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Appearances in Kansas City, Nashville, and Atlanta Areas Aug. 22-25

I‘ll be making public appearances, doing writing workshops, and signing copies of my new Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk, in a series of public appearances near Kansas City, in Nashville, and near Atlanta this week.  If you’re in the area, … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now! It’s Best-Selling Thriller Writer Joseph Finder

I’m a big fan of Joseph Finder’s work — and he’s a fan of mine, too. According to him, “Bruce DeSilva takes everything we love about the classic hard-boiled detective novel and turns it into a story that’s fresh, contemporary, … Continue reading

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