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ThomasPluck
September 27 2014

Fresh Meat: Reign of Evil: A SEAL Team 666 Novel by Weston Ochse

Reign of Evil by Weston Ochse is the third paranormal thriller in the SEAL Team 666 series about the military team tasked with handling the world's supernatural threats (available October 7, 2014). The...
BrianGreene
June 25 2014

Punishment Far Beyond the Crime: The Last Detail (1973)

When I decided to do a run of film appreciation pieces for this site I thought, “Ok, so I need to go through my DVD collection and pick out some favorites that have some kind of crime/suspense...
Crime HQ
May 20 2014

Now Win This!: Pick Your Poison Sweepstakes

This six-book sweepstakes has a crime novel for every taste! Click here to enter for a chance to win! This is NOT a Comments Sweepstakes. You must click the link above to enter. NO...
cmorgan
November 8 2013

Rock Meet Ochse: SEAL Team 666 Heading to the Big Screen

It looks like one of Crime HQ's own is heading to the movies, well, his characters are anyway.  Weston Ochse's SEAL Team 666, a paranormal military thriller, has been optioned for...
Master_Blaster
October 22 2013

Pass the F**king Potatoes, or Foul Things Soldiers Say

There’s a scene in the movie Hamburger Hill that rings so true, I can’t help but remember it every time I hear someone say pass the potatoes. Usually at Thanksgiving or Christmas, someone...
Master_Blaster
October 8 2013

Afghanistan: My Green Zone Symphony

  We hope you'll enjoy this exclusive look at Kabul, Afghanistan's Green Zone through the eyes of a writer serving there, presented as special, long-form feature in four parts.   1....
LeighNeely
June 24 2013

Fresh Meat: The Eye of God by James Rollins

The Eye of God by James Rollins is the ninth military thriller of apocalyptic proportions in the Sigma Force series featuring a doomsday sentence and the one team that stands in the way (available June...
katelincoln
May 5 2013

Fresh Meat: Shattered Trident by Larry Bond

Shattered Trident by Larry Bond is a submarine-centered, military thriller set in the not-too-distant future (available May 7, 2013). China is the new Russia, a writer’s go-to country for...
cmorgan
April 5 2013

Walking Away from The Walking Dead

It’s over. The time has come once again to rebury our dead and take stock. Or you could celebrate; I suppose it all depends on how you view certain characters. But we all know that AMC’s...
Kattomic
November 27 2012

Fresh Meat: Seal Team 666 by Weston Ochse

Seal Team 666 by Weston Ochse is a paranormal military thriller (available November 27, 2012). It’s May 2, 2011, at Zero Dark Thirty and we’re with five men and a dog in a helicopter...
Taragel
October 6 2012

Last Resort: “Blue on Blue”

Episode 2 of ABC’s Last Resort picks up exactly where the pilot left off, maintaining the high stakes intensity in an hour that’s just as jam-packed as the premiere. It’s amazing how...
Taragel
September 28 2012

Last Resort: Pilot Recap

It’s rare for network television to take chances, especially on serial dramas—true serials, that is, which don’t revolve around the “case/monster/trial of the week”...
Master_Blaster
September 22 2012

The Pain Box: A Lesson from the Naval Reserve

Twenty U.S. naval reserve officers arrive at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. These officers are from New York City, and in their day jobs they are longshoremen, firemen, police officers . . . and three...
Crime HQ
April 24 2012

Now Win This!: The Joe Ledger/Echo Team Sweepstakes

Sorry, this sweepstakes has ended. Stay tuned on our Sweepstakes page for more offers! Click here to enter for a chance to win! NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE DOES NOT...
LauraKCurtis
November 21 2011

My Lost Weekend—Sucked into Homeland

So last week, Tara Gelsomino posted here on Criminal Element about Homeland on Showtime. I’d never heard of the show before, but her recap sounded so fascinating I thought I’d give it a shot. ...
Taragel
November 16 2011

Homeland Brings Terrorism Home

The unreliable narrator is a tricky storytelling device to pull off successfully. Audiences can feel deceived or cheated or they can lose interest in the multiple questions being raised without clear...
CToohey
May 6 2011

Secret Weapon: Military Working Dogs

Rebecca Frankel has a remarkable photo essay at Foreign Policy, with links to her other articles as Chief Canine Correspondent. The question of how the dog got into bin Laden's compound...