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Kristen Houghton
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KristenHoughton
March 17 2017

Review: Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles

Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles is the final installment in the Natchez Burning Trilogy set within the larger Penn Cage series (available March 21, 2017).  Mississippi Blood is the last book...
KristenHoughton
March 10 2017

Dear Lisbeth Salander: Dealing With Sexual Harassment

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear GWTDT, I am being sexually...
KristenHoughton
February 23 2017

Crimes of the Century: Leopold and Loeb

Compulsion, a novel written in 1956, details the true story of a murder that gripped the nation back in the Roaring Twenties—1924 to be exact. “The Crime of the Century,” screamed...
KristenHoughton
February 17 2017

Dear Lisbeth Salander: The Company You Keep

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear Lisbeth Salander, I have...
KristenHoughton
February 10 2017

The Best Crime Dramas to Binge Watch Now

Oh the joy of binge-watching! Everyone has been talking about a show that you’ve promised yourself you’d “get to,” but somehow you never have the time when the episodes...
KristenHoughton
February 6 2017

The Pleasures of Reading J.D. Robb

When you find a mystery series that you completely enjoy reading, it’s as if you have found reading gold. Finishing each book is no longer an agony because you know your favorite main characters...
KristenHoughton
January 27 2017

Dear Lisbeth Salander: Dating Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear Lisbeth Salander, I’m...
KristenHoughton
January 13 2017

Review: Salvation in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Kristen Houghton...
KristenHoughton
January 6 2017

Review: Memory in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Kristen Houghton...
KristenHoughton
January 2 2017

Lisbeth Salander’s Assassin’s Guide to New Year’s Resolutions

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear Readers, The end of a...
KristenHoughton
December 27 2016

Review: Reunion in Death by J.D. Robb

To celebrate the upcoming release of J.D. Robb's 44th Eve Dallas mystery, Echoes in Death, we're taking a look back at every single book in the In Death series. Today, Kristen Houghton...
KristenHoughton
December 19 2016

Holidays and Murder: The Best Mysteries for Christmastime

A U.S. survey has come out with an interesting statistic: more murders take place during the holidays than at any other time of the year. It seems the season of “good will to all” has...
KristenHoughton
December 16 2016

Dear Lisbeth Salander: I HATE the Holidays!

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear Lisbeth Salander, Okay,...
KristenHoughton
December 8 2016

Murder, Mystery, and Scandinavia: The Perfect Combination

If you like the setting of your murder mysteries to take place in a cold, snowy climate, you’re not alone. The newest and bloodiest murder mysteries now seem to take place in Scandinavia....
KristenHoughton
December 1 2016

The 1830 True Murder Behind Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”

A brutal crime in Salem, Massachusetts inspired author Edgar Allan Poe to write his famous psychological murder mystery, “The Tell-Tale Heart.” On the evening of April 6, 1830, the...
KristenHoughton
November 21 2016

Review: Stone Coffin by Kjell Eriksson

Stone Coffin by Kjell Eriksson is the 7th book in the Ann Lindell series (Available November 22, 2016). This is another page-turning mystery of murder, intrigue, and action by Kjell Eriksson, featuring...
KristenHoughton
November 17 2016

Review: The Best of the Horror Zine: The Early Years, edited by Jeani Rector

The Best of the Horror Zine: The Early Years is an anthology edited by Jeani Rector that features horror short stories collected from the best of the first four anthologies from this award-winning,...
KristenHoughton
November 11 2016

Dear Lisbeth Salander: Post-Election Tension

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear GWTDT, Okay, so by now...
KristenHoughton
October 27 2016

The Grimmest of Fairy Tales

“There once was a man who lived a life so strange, it had to be true. Only he could see what no one else can—the darkness inside ... the real monster within ... and he’s the one...
KristenHoughton
October 25 2016

Review: Night Watch by Iris & Roy Johansen

Night Watch by Iris and Roy Johansen is book #4 in the Kendra Michaels series (Available October 25, 2016). Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen are a mother-and-son duo who created the character of Kendra...
KristenHoughton
October 21 2016

Dear Lisbeth Salander: What Are You Going to Be for Halloween?

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear GWTDT, With a Halloween...
KristenHoughton
October 17 2016

Rosemary’s Baby: A Halloween Page to Screen Classic!

Ah, to be young and newly married and looking for that perfect first place to live! Such much fun, so many concerns—some of which are will we get the apartment we really want and will we...
KristenHoughton
October 6 2016

Review: All the Little Liars by Charlaine Harris

All the Little Liars by Charlaine Harris is the 9th book in the Aurora Teagarden series (Available October 4, 2016). New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris gives her fans what they’ve...
KristenHoughton
September 15 2016

The New Orleans Setting for Unrepentant: Pray for Us Sinners

New Orleans is a city that is rich in music, cuisine, and Mardi Gras mania. Its summers are known for their stifling heat and humidity; at one time it was notorious for the outbreaks of Yellow...
KristenHoughton
September 15 2016

Review: Pushing Up Daisies by M.C. Beaton

Pushing Up Daisies by M.C. Beaton is the 27th book in the Agatha Raisin series (Available September 20, 2016). There's a newcomer in the town of Carsely in the Cotswolds, and he's a retired...
KristenHoughton
September 9 2016

Dear Lisbeth Salander: Paging Dr. Perv

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear GWTDT, I need advice...
KristenHoughton
September 1 2016

Why We Love The Fall...and Gillian Anderson’s British Accent

Americans love the show The Fall. Part of that (besides the incredibly good acting by an ensemble cast and great writing) may be having America’s own, Gillian Anderson starring as the protagonist. In...
KristenHoughton
August 16 2016

Review: Wedding Bell Blues by Ruth Moose

Wedding Bell Blues by Ruth Moose is the 2nd Dixie Dew Beth McKenzie Mystery (Available August 23, 2016). Wedding Bell Blues begins with a paragraph that is guaranteed to grab the attention of any...
KristenHoughton
August 12 2016

Dear Lisbeth Salander: Help! I’m Bullied at School

This week's guest columnist is Lisbeth Salander, who's a hacker but not a hack, Wasp but not a WASP, and an all-around tough-as-nails badass.   Dear Ms. Salander, I am dreading...
KristenHoughton
August 4 2016

Review: A Grave Prediction by Victoria Laurie

A Grave Prediction by Victoria Laurie is the 14th book in the Psychic Eye Mystery series, filled with humor, threatening situations, and the spot-on sixth sense of a crime-solving psychic. Bestselling...