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March 21 2017

Q&A with Gretchen Archer, Author of Double Up

Gretchen Archer, author of the Davis Way Crime Caper series, started writing when her eldest left the nest to pursue higher education. Since, she's written six books—her latest, Double...
March 16 2017

Q&A with Lyndsay Faye, Author of The Whole Art of Detection

Lyndsay Faye is the author of five critically acclaimed books: Dust and Shadow, about Sherlock Holmes’s attempt to hunt down Jack the Ripper; The Gods of Gotham, which was nominated for the...
March 7 2017

Q&A with Eliot Pattison, Author of Skeleton God

Eliot Pattison is an American international lawyer and award-winning author. His first book in the Inspector Shan Tao Yun series, The Skull Mantra, won the 2000 Edgar Award for Best First Novel....
February 2 2017

Q&A with Chris Ewan, Author of Long Time Lost

Chris Ewan is the critically acclaimed and bestselling author of The Good Thief's Guide to... series and several successful thrillers. His latest, Long Time Lost (available February 7, 2017),...
January 26 2017

Q&A with Claudia Rowe, Author of The Spider and the Fly

Claudia Rowe is a current reporter for the Seattle Times that spent 5 years in correspondence with serial killer Kendall Francois—a man convicted of killing eight sex workers and piling their...
January 12 2017

Q&A with Kristen Orlando, Author of You Don’t Know My Name

Read this exclusive Q&A with Kristen Orlando, author of You Don't Know My Name, and make sure you're signed in and comment below for a chance to win a copy of her debut YA thriller! Kristen...
December 16 2016

Q&A with John Arcudi, Author of Dead Inside

This December 21st, Dark Horse Comics will publish Dead Inside, a new creator-owned series from critically acclaimed writer John Arcudi and Veil artist Toni Fejzula. Dead Inside is a twisted and...
December 6 2016

Interview: Duane Swierczynski talks The Black Hood and comiXology

The Black Hood comes to comiXology Unlimited this month! Duane Swierczynski is the author of several crime thrillers, including Revolver and the Edgar-nominated Canary. He has also written...
November 10 2016

Q&A with Rebecca Zanetti, Author of Deadly Silence

Rebecca Zanetti is the author of over twenty-five romantic suspense, dark paranormal, and contemporary romances. Her new Blood Brothers romantic suspense series has elements of mysteries and thrillers...
October 26 2016

A Series of Covers: Q&A between Charles Finch and David Rotstein

Often, the most tumultuous part of the publishing process is the creation of cover art. Responsible for hundreds of books a year, artists work tirelessly to create the perfect image to represent...
October 25 2016

Q&A with Emily Littlejohn, Author of Inherit the Bones

Read this exclusive Q&A with Emily Littlejohn, author of Inherit the Bones, and then make sure you're signed in and comment below for a chance to win a copy of the book! What do...
October 4 2016

Q&A with Allen Eskens, Author of The Heavens May Fall

Allen Eskens is a criminal defense attorney and the author of The Heavens May Fall. (Available today!) With a schedule like that, it seems like it'd be hard to do anything else, but Allen...
September 15 2016

Q&A wth Brenda Novak, Author of Her Darkest Nightmare

Brenda Novak, author of Her Darkest Nightmare, is fascinated by the inner workings of the minds of psychopaths. This fascination is what inspired her to write the Evelyn Talbot Chronicles, featuring...
September 6 2016

Q&A with Christina Dodd, Author of Because I’m Watching

Christina Dodd, author of Because I'm Watching, shares what she's currently reading, some of her favorite fictional sleuths, and writing characters with PTSD in this exclusive Q&A! Describe...
September 1 2016

Q&A with Elsa Hart, Author of The White Mirror

Elsa Hart, author of the critically acclaimed historical mystery Jade Dragon Mountain and the recently released follow-up The White Mirror, answers some of CrimeHQ's questions about her Li...
August 18 2016

Q&A with Mark Pryor, Author of The Paris Librarian

Mark Pryor, author of The Paris Librarian, shares some great stories about his annual visits to Paris, some of the historical details in his novels, his relationship with his protagonist, Hugo...
August 4 2016

Q&A with Donna Andrews, Author of Die Like an Eagle

In addition to authoring 20 Meg Lanslow mysteries, Donna Andrews is also a member of the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the Private Investigators and Security Association. Somehow,...
August 3 2016

Q&A with Lance Hawvermale, Author of Face Blind

Could you even imagine living with a brain disorder that affected your ability to recognize faces from one another? It's called “prosopagnosia,” and it's as scary as it is hard...
July 14 2016

Q&A with Ellie Alexander, Author of Caught Bread Handed

We peppered Ellie Alexander, author of Caught Bread Handed, with some questions and she was gracious enough to spice up our blog with some delicious answers about her Bakeshop Mystery series, her...
July 11 2016

Q&A with Wendy Walker, Author of All Is Not Forgotten

Wendy Walker, author of All Is Not Forgotten, took time out of her busy schedule to answer some of CrimeHQ's questions about her new book, the controversial topic of memory supression, and...
July 8 2016

Q&A with John Farrow, Author of Seven Days Dead

John Farrow, author of the Storm Murders Trilogy, was able to answer some of CrimeHQ's questions about his retired detective, Émile Cinq-Mars, his new book, Seven Days Dead, and what...
June 29 2016

Q&A with Rick Campbell, Author of Ice Station Nautilus

Rick Campbell, author of Ice Station Nautilus, spent more than 20 years on multiple submarine tours. Now, he writes submarine-based military thrillers. Rick was kind enough to take some time...
June 23 2016

Q&A with Spencer Kope, Author of Collecting the Dead

Before writing crime novels, you solved crimes as a Crime Analyst with the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. Did you base any of your characters in Collecting the Dead on yourself? I did,...
June 22 2016

Let There Be Linda Blog Tour: Sneak Peak and Exclusive Q&A with Author Rich Leder

Let There Be Linda by Rich Leder is a black comic thriller that tells the tall tale of estranged brothers Mike and Dan Miller (Available July 1, 2016). Estranged brothers Mike and Dan Miller—accountant...
June 16 2016

Two-Part Q&A between Adam Christopher and Renee Patrick

Read this exclusive two-part Q&A between Adam Christopher, author of Made to Kill, and Renee Patrick, the married writing team of Rosemarie and Vince Keenan who authored Design for Dying, and...
June 9 2016

YA Paranormal Mysteries: Q&A with Author D. L. Cocchio

Our literary tastes begin early in our reading life, and classic literature may be the catalyst. Somewhere within the pages of “having to read” certain books dictated by our teachers...
May 30 2016

Q&A with John Hart, Author of Redemption Road

Read this exclusive Q&A with John Hart—the only author to win consecutive Edgar Awards for “Best Novel”—about his newest novel, Redemption Road, what he's been...
May 19 2016

Q&A with James Renner, Author of True Crime Addict

Read this exclusive Q&A with James Renner, author of True Crime Addict: How I Lost Myself in the Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray, and then make sure you're signed in and comment...
May 18 2016

Q&A with Marla Cooper, Author of Terror in Taffeta

We had some fun asking Marla Cooper, author of Terror in Taffeta, questions about planning fictional literary weddings, her character Kelsey McKenna, and how to get blood uh, cranberry juice—Cran-Apple—out...
May 13 2016

Q&A with Michael Allen Dymmoch, Author of Courtin’ Murder in West Wheeling

Michael Allen Dymmoch, author of Courtin' Murder in West Wheeling, found time in her busy schedule to answer some of CrimeHQ's questions about how she got her start in writing, some of...