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Book Review: A Pocket Full of Voices by Alfred M. Albers

It’s open season on celebrity visitors to the East Coast's gambling capital, but the sheriff’s arrest of a veteran entertainer is not an open and shut case. Read More »

Book Review: Murder at the Lanterne Rouge (An Aimee Leduc Investigation #12) by Cara Black

The 12th entry in the Paris-set Aimee Leduc Investigation series has our protagonist trying to reconcile a murder with another's disappearance - while events get curiouser and curiouser... Read More »

Book Review: Redemption Day by Steve O’Brian

Steve O’Brien compelling conveys the danger of homeland terror - taking a group from our own foundations, and giving it a face we may see in any area of the country. Read More »

An Interview With Charles Ardai, Editor of Hard Case Crime, About Donald Westlake’s The Comedy Is Finished

An interview about a "new" book by the late Donald Westlake, as well as an excerpt of it. Read More »

My Interview With Josh Bazell About His New Novel Wild Thing

Josh Bazell, the author of the funniest, strangest novel I've read in years, talks about his sequel. Read More »

Book Review: Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D’Urbervilles (Professor Moriarty Novels) by Kim Newman

We all know Sherlock Holmes' side of the story; this is Moriarty's darker version of events. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Agatha Christie’s Poirot – Series 1

Agatha Christie's Poirot is now on Blu-ray and the dapper little detective never looked better. Read More »

Book Review: Bring Me One Of Everything by Leslie Hall Pinder

Fiction and fact merge as a troubled writer creating the libretto for an opera about a legendary anthropologist is stumped by unanswered questions and a mysterious suicide. Read More »

An Interview With Author Edna Buchanan About Her New Novel, A Dark And Lonely Place

Edna Buchanan talks about the crime reporting that made her famous and her latest novel. Read More »

Book Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

A gripping, fast-paced mystery with well-drawn characters set in modern day Sweden. Read More »