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Book Review: ‘Pelican Bay’ by Jesse Giles Christiansen


A South Carolina coastal town provides the setting for an atmospheric mystery. Read More »

Interview with Jesse Giles Christiansen, Author of ‘Pelican Bay’


'My greatest struggle early on was the persistent, naive misconstruction that great work sells itself.' Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Killing’ Season 1, Episodes 3 and 4 – Gone Goldie Be Gone

The Killing Season 3

The only thing we pretty much know at this point is the killer is likely not Goldie. Read More »

Interview: Jordan Ekeroth, Author of The Fulton Incident


"When writing, the most important thing to me is that every detail, word, or phrase serves to support the narrative." Read More »

TV Review: The Killing – Season Premiere – “The Jungle”/ “That You Fear Most”

The Killing Season 3

The Killing is back on AMC and it's doing what it does best - grabbing us by the jugular and feeding our morbid curiosities Read More »

Interview with Kat Flannery, Author of Lakota Honor


" I only saw myself as a historical western romance writer until I started this book." Read More »

Interview with Rosemary McCracken, Author of Black Water


Canadian journalist and mystery author Rosemary McCracken is here today to talk to us about her latest suspense novel, Black Water, just released by Imajin Books. Born and raised in Montreal, she has worked on newspapers across Canada as a reporter, arts reviewer, editorial writer and editor. She is now a freelance journalist who specializes in personal finance and the ... Read More »

Interview with Alexandra Sokoloff, Author of Blood Moon


The New York Times Book Review has called Sokoloff a "daughter of Mary Shelley." Read More »

Interview: R. Barri Flowers, Author of Before He Kills Again

R. Barri Flowers is an award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of more than sixty books. Read More »

Seduction by M.J. Rose

The Past Is Not Dead! Read More »