Tag Archives: Walter Mosley

Who’s Reading “The Dread Line” Now? Best-Selling Mystery Writer Walter Mosley!

Walter Mosley has written more than 40 critically acclaimed books including the best-selling Easy Rawlins crime novels. But he’s done much more than that, writing literary novels, science fiction, political monographs and even a young adult novel. You can learn … Continue reading

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Offering Scarce, Signed First Printing, First Edition Copies of My Mulligan Crime Novels

First edition, first printing copies of the four books in my Edgar Award-winning series of crime novels are quite scarce. Why?  Because my cautious publisher, Forge, printed only 5,000 each (before each of the books went into subsequent editions and … Continue reading

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My Review of The New Easy Rawlins Novel by Walter Mosley

At the conclusion of Blonde Faith, Walter Mosley appeared to have killed off private detective Easy Rawlins, who had been a favorite of readers and critics alike. Now, six years later, he has brought Easy back in a new novel, … Continue reading

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Revised Top 10 List: Best Crime Novels of 2012

When I first posted my list of the ten best crime novels of 2012, I forgot to include one of my favorites, Joseph Olshan’s brilliant literary tale, Cloudland. I don’t have the heart to delete any of the others 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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My Anthony Award Ballot For Best Crime Novel

I just sent in my Anthony Award ballot for the best crime novel of 2010. You can see my choices below. (Since I’m a potential nominee for best FIRST novel, I’m not revealing my list of candidates for that one.) … Continue reading

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Is the New Walter Mosely Novel Up to His High Standards? Check Out My Review

When the Thrill is Gone is the third crime novel in Walter Mosley’s series featuring an ex-boxer named Lenoid McGill. How good is it?  Check out the review I wrote for the Associated Press.  You can find it here: Mosley posted … Continue reading

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My List Of The Best Crime Novels of 2010

This is the season for 2010 “best” lists, but I offer my selection of the year’s top crime novels with this caveat: Because I was busy writing my own novels this year (my first, Rogue Island was published in November), … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Reading “Rogue Island!”

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Look Who’s Reading Rogue Island!

It’s Marcia Clark, prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson murder trial and newly-minted crime novelist, along with the world’s crime-writing elite:  Bryan Gruley, Chelsea Cain, Alafair Burke, Daniel Woodrell, Declan Hughes, Gary Phillips, Joel Goldman, John Lutz, Joseph Finder, Kate Atkinson, … Continue reading

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