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Kattomic
September 18 2017

Review: Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke

Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke is a powerful thriller about the explosive intersection of love, race, and justice. The first person we meet in the little Texas town of Lark is Geneva...
Kattomic
August 19 2017

Review: The Lost Girls by Allison Brennan

The Lost Girls by Allison Brennan is the 11th book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where two missing girls and an abandoned baby lead to a seedy underworld of human trafficking.  In a small...
Kattomic
August 16 2017

Review: Dog Dish of Doom by E. J. Copperman

Dog Dish of Doom by E. J. Copperman is the first book in the new Agent to the Paws series. Take a visual tour of Dog Dish of Doom with GIFnotes! Show business is in Kay Powell’s blood....
Kattomic
August 15 2017

Review: Poisonous by Allison Brennan

Poisonous by Allison Brennan is the third book in the Max Revere series, where Max answers the plea of a heartbroken and developmentally disabled stepbrother of a recently deceased girl, investigating...
Kattomic
August 1 2017

Review: Notorious by Allison Brennan

Notorious by Allison Brennan is the first book in the Max Revere series, where the renowned TV investigative reporter with a passion for cold cases is dragged back to her hometown to confront the murder...
KayGeorge
July 21 2017

Q&A with Kaye George, Editor of the Anthology Day of the Dark

Nationally bestselling and award-winning author Kaye George (who also writes as Janet Cantrell) is the editor of Day of the Dark, a new collection of short crime-themed stories inspired by the...
Kattomic
June 6 2017

9 Murder Mysteries Set During Wartime

Just because there’s a war going on doesn’t mean that death takes a holiday among the civilian population. Here are nine very different views of death during wartime. Black Dragon...
PatriciaAbbott
April 27 2017

Q&A with Patricia Abbott, Author of Shot in Detroit

Patricia Abbott is the author of more than 150 short stories that have appeared in print and online publications. She won the Derringer Award in 2008 for her story “My Hero.” She is...
Kattomic
April 21 2017

Review: Flamingo Road by Sasscer Hill

Flamingo Road by Sasscer Hill is the 1st book in the Fia McKee Mystery series (available April 18, 2017). Sasscer Hill likes horses, and not in a “My Little Pony” kind of way. A horsewoman...
Kattomic
April 17 2017

Review: A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

A Great Reckoning by New York Times bestselling author Louise Penny is the 12th mystery featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, set in the town of Three Pines. It is nominated for an Agatha...
Kattomic
April 11 2017

Review: Terror in Taffeta by Marla Cooper

Terror in Taffeta by Marla Cooper is the 1st book in the Kelsey McKenna Destination Wedding Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel. I was invited to a destination wedding...
Kattomic
April 6 2017

Review: The Reek of Red Herrings by Catriona McPherson

The Reek of Red Herrings by Catriona McPherson is the 5th book in the Dandy Gilver Mystery series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel. Dandy Gilver—forty-something wife...
Kattomic
April 5 2017

Review: Shot in Detroit by Patricia Abbott

Shot in Detroit by Patricia Abbott is a riveting novel of psychological suspense that reveals the darkness that lies within the human heart, nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Paperback...
Kattomic
March 7 2017

Review: Blue Light Yokohama by Nicolás Obregón

Blue Light Yokohama by Nicolás Obregón is a compelling, brilliantly moody, and layered novel that's sure to be one of the most talked about debuts in 2017 (available March...
Kattomic
January 16 2017

Review: The Nowhere Man by Gregg Hurwitz

The Nowhere Man by Gregg Hurwitz is the 2nd book in the Evan Smoak series (available January 17, 2017). Once known only by the designation “Orphan X,” Evan Smoak escaped the shadow world...
Kattomic
December 22 2016

A Criminal Christmas List

Oh no! The Discovery Channel’s talking Joe Kenda bobblehead is out of stock and you still haven’t bought gifts for your favorite crime buff. Fortunately for you, there’s this...
Kattomic
September 17 2016

The Best Mysteries Set in New Orleans

New Orleans...it’s not all King Cakes and muffuletta sandwiches and balconies adorned with wrought-iron lace. Beneath its flamboyant exterior, the city has always had a dark heart and an...
Kattomic
August 23 2016

Review: Sorrow Road by Julia Keller

Sorrow Road by Julia Keller is the 5th book in the Bell Elkins series (Available today!). James Iacobelli designed the cover for Julia Keller’s latest Bell Elkins mystery, and it’s...
Kattomic
August 9 2016

Sue Grafton Scrabble

With the release of X, Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mystery series has solved almost an entire alphabet of cases. But, what’s the point of an alphabet series if you can’t...
Kattomic
July 28 2016

Review: The Second Death by Peter Tremayne

The Second Death by Peter Tremayne is the 26th book in the Mysteries of Ancient Ireland series. Seventh-century Ireland—it wasn’t quite Westeros, but it was still a tough town....
Kattomic
June 13 2016

Review: The Devil’s Cold Dish by Eleanor Kuhns

The Devil's Cold Dish by Eleanor Kuhns is the 5th book in the Will Rees Mysteries series (Available June 14, 2016). Family. You can’t live with them and you can’t kill them. In...