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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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Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now? It’s Mystery Writer Tim Hallinan!

Tim Hallinan is one of the best crime novelists we’ve got. I admire his Poke Rafferty thrillers set in Thailand, where he lives half of the year, and I looooove his darkly funny Junior Bender novels set in Los Angeles, … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now? New York Times Best-Selling Author Steve Berry

Steve Berry is one of the best thriller writers in the business, so I’m pleased to post this photo of him reading my most recent Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk. My first Mulligan novel, Rogue Island, won the Edgar Award … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now? Mystery Novelist Jan Burke!

Jan Burke, whose ten novels include the Irene Kelly series, has won the Edgar Award, the Agatha Award, and two Macavity Awards for her work. You can learn more about Jan here. Cliff Walk is the second hard-boiled novel in … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now! It’s David Morrell, Creator of Rambo

I caught up with David at Thrillerfest, the big thriller writers conference in Manhattan, earlier this month. You can find out more about him here. Cliff Walk is the second novel in my series featuring Providence, R.I. investigative reporter Liam … Continue reading

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

John Lescroart, who spent his youth as the front man for Johnny Capo and His Real Good Band, a San Francisco rock group, has been writing fiction is entire adult life.  Today, he’s one of the finest thriller writers in … Continue reading

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The Blurring of Fact and Fiction in “Cliff Walk.”

Philip Eil of The Providence Phoenix sees a “blurring of fact and fiction” in my new Providence-based Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk. While I don’t agree with everything he has to say (my “Attila the Nun” character really DOESN’T have … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Reading “Cliff Walk” Now! It’s Thriller Writer James Rollins.

James Rollins is the New York Times best-selling author of the great Sigma series of thrillers as well as some exceptional stand-alones. I took the picture when we met at the Left Coast Crime conference in the spring. You can … Continue reading

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Crime Novelist Jaden Terrell Interviews Me About “Cliff Walk”

Jaden Terrell, a fine crime novelist in her own right, interviewed me about my new Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk, for her blog, “Murderous Musings.” Jaden asks what inspired the novel, how much research I did for it, how I … 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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