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CrimeHQ
September 13 2017

5 New Books to Read this Week: September 12, 2017

Every Wednesday, we here at Criminal Element will put together a list of Staff Picks of the books that published the day before—sharing the ones that we are looking forward to reading the...
CrimeHQ
September 12 2017

Which Unusual Murder Weapon Would You Use?

  Check out John Keyse-Walker's article about unusual weapons!
keysewalker
September 12 2017

Exploding Cows, Designer Jeans, and Church Bells: The Crime Writer’s Search for Unusual Murder Weapons

Guns, knives, strangulation—it’s all so “been there, done that.” Readers are bored with shotgun blasts, lukewarm about machetes, blasé about blows to the base of...
dvaleris
September 12 2017

Review: Beach, Breeze, Bloodshed by John Keyse-Walker

Beach, Breeze, Bloodshed by John Keyse-Walker is the second book in the Teddy Creque Mysteries series. Take a visual tour of Beach, Breeze, Bloodshed with GIFnotes! As summer draws to a close...
keysewalker
September 12 2017

Second Acts: The Second Novels of Six Great Crime Writers

Read this exclusive guest post from John Keyse-Walker about the second novels of six of the greatest crime writers ever, then make sure to sign in and comment below for a chance to win a copy of...
AdamCWagner88
August 2 2017

Beach, Breeze, Bloodshed by John Keyse-Walker: A Visual Guide

GIFnotes: Giving you the basic plot summary of an upcoming book with the help of the Graphics Interchange Format. This week, take a visual tour of John Keyse-Walker's second...
CrimeHQ
November 10 2016

Now Win This!: GIFnotes Sweepstakes

Each week at CrimeHQ, we like to give an upcoming book the GIFnotes treatment. For those that don't know: GIFnotes = Giving you the basic plot summary of an upcoming book with the help...
CrimeHQ
September 14 2016

5 New Books to Read this Week: September 13, 2016

Every Wednesday, we here at Criminal Element will put together a list of Staff Picks of the books that published the day before—sharing the ones that we are looking forward to reading the...
JohnKeyseWalker
September 13 2016

11 of the Best Fictional Island Cops

Most of us love the idea of islands—their beauty, their singularity, their separation from the wider world. And, of course, we all believe that life may somehow be easier on islands, more...
AdamCWagner88
September 9 2016

“Death on the Beach” Cocktail

Ahhhh, the beach. Nothing says Relaxation with a capital R like the rythmic sounds of the waves crashing to the shore, the warm kiss of the sun on your face, and...a murder!? L’Étranger...
jenny_maloney
September 9 2016

Review: Sun, Sand, Murder by John Keyse-Walker

Sun, Sand, Murder by John Keyse-Walker is the debut novel from the Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel Award winner (Available September 13, 2016). The last murder to...
JohnKeyseWalker
August 18 2016

Why Wait? Writing as a Second Career.

I used to be a lawyer. Not one of the flashy types, not a criminal lawyer with headline-grabbing cases, nor a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer making big money. I had business clients and...
AdamCWagner88
August 17 2016

Sun, Sand, Murder by John Keyse-Walker: A Visual Guide

GIFnotes: Giving you the basic plot summary of an upcoming book with the help of the Graphics Interchange Format. This week, beach life isn't always chill—sometimes...
JohnKeyseWalker
July 20 2016

Mysteries Set in the Caribbean

The golden sands, verdant hills, and crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea have called to authors since the age of piracy ended. Indeed, one of the first works set there, Robert Louis Stevenson’s...
JohnKeyseWalker
June 22 2016

Writing Where Your Protagonist Is a Different Race or Culture

Read this exclusive guest post from John Keyse-Walker, author of Sun, Sand, Muder, about writing protagonists outside of your race and culture, and then, make sure you're signed in and...