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MarcusSakey
July 18 2017

Q&A with Marcus Sakey, Author of Afterlife

Markus Sakey is a novelist and screenwriter whose books have sold more than a million copies and been translated into dozens of languages. His titles include The Blade Itself, Good People (which...
CrimeHQ
July 13 2017

Q&A with David Rosenfelt, Author of Collared

Read an exclusive Q&A with David Rosenfelt, author of the Andy Carpenter series, and make sure to sign in and comment below for a chance to win the 15th in the series, Collared! David Rosenfelt...
ClaireBooth
July 6 2017

Q&A with Claire Booth, Author of Another Man’s Ground

Claire Booth, author of the Hank Worth Mystery series, is a former true crime writer and reporter who decided to use her experience in the field to write mystery fiction—something she's...
WilliamShaw
June 27 2017

Q&A with William Shaw, Author of The Birdwatcher

William Shaw is a novelist and award-winning pop culture journalist. He has regularly written for the UK’s Observer and Independent as well as the New York Times. Mr. Shaw’s books...
CrimeHQ
June 22 2017

Q&A with J. Leon Pridgen II, Author of Unit 416

J. Leon Pridgen II has done it all—from his time in the Army with the 82nd Airborne Division to sets on Hollywood to authoring several successful novels. His latest, Unit 416, tells the tale...
BarryLancet
June 21 2017

Q&A with Barry Lancet, Author of The Spy Across the Table

Read this exclusive Q&A with author Barry Lancet, and then make sure you're signed in and comment for a chance to win a copy of his latest Jim Brodie thriller! I first met Barry...
CrimeHQ
June 6 2017

Q&A with A. J. Hartley, Author of Firebrand

A. J. Hartley is the internationally bestselling author of the Steeplejack series, set in a fantasy version of South Africa. Recently, Mr. Hartley was kind enough to answer some of CrimeHQ's...
JordanHarper
June 1 2017

Q&A with Jordan Harper, Author of She Rides Shotgun

Jordan Harper has been a music journalist and film critic. Born and educated in Missouri, he now lives in Los Angeles and continues to work as a screenwriter. Harper’s debut novel, She...
SarahLotz
May 30 2017

Q&A with Sarah Lotz, Author of The White Road

Sarah Lotz is a novelist and screenwriter who carries a self-professed affection for the dark side. Her books include The Three and Day Four—both of which Stephen King heartily endorsed....
DavidCranmer
May 16 2017

Q&A with Court Merrigan, Author of The Broken Country

Court Merrigan describes himself as a farm-raised country boy, recovering expat, teacher, and businessman. He lives in Wyoming with his family and has an alternate history Western novel just released...
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...
ThomasPluck
April 26 2017

A Field Guide to Sociopaths, Psychopaths, Narcissists, and Other Abusers: An Interview with Zak Mucha

Fiction is about getting inside the heads of people, whether they are like us or unlike us. When writers depict a sociopath, how close can they get? Is it possible to represent a mental state we...
JohnRector
April 25 2017

Q&A with John Rector, Author of The Ridge

John Rector is a Wall Street Journal and internationally bestselling author. His novels include Ruthless, Out of the Black, Already Gone, The Cold Kiss, and The Grove. Mr. Rector’s award-winning...
CrimeHQ
April 24 2017

Q&A with Carolyn Haines, Author of Sticks and Bones

Carolyn Haines, author of the Sarah Booth Delaney Mystery series, is originally from Mississippi but now runs a farm in Alabama. A recipient of the Harper Lee Distinguished Writing Award and the...
alexsegura
April 12 2017

A Dangerous Dance: A Conversation with Alex Segura & Thomas Pluck

You’d be hard-pressed to find crime-fiction protagonists more different than Jay Desmarteaux and Pete Fernandez. One is a grizzled ex-con, the other a washed up ex-journalist struggling to...
HarryHunsicker
April 11 2017

Q&A with Harry Hunsicker, Author of The Devil’s Country

Harry Hunsicker is a 4th-generation native of Dallas and former executive vice-president of the Mystery Writers of America. A Shamus and Thriller Award nominee, he has also had a short story (“West...
KarenEOlson
April 1 2017

Q&A with Karen E. Olson, Author of Betrayed

Karen E. Olson is the author of Betrayed (available April 1, 2017)—the 3rd book in her critically acclaimed Black Hat Thriller series. Recently, Ms. Olson generously agreed to answer...
JBValeri
March 28 2017

Q&A with Laura Caldwell & Leslie S. Klinger, Co-Editors of Anatomy of Innocence: Testimonies of the Wrongfully Convicted

Laura Caldwell and Leslie S. Klinger are co-editors of Anatomy of Innocence: Testimonies of the Wrongfully Convicted (available March 28, 2017), which pairs genre luminaries such as Lee Child,...
CrimeHQ
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...
LyndsayFaye
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...
CrimeHQ
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....
CrimeHQ
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),...
CrimeHQ
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...
CrimeHQ
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...
CrimeHQ
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...
CrimeHQ
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...
CrimeHQ
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...
CharlesFinch
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...
CrimeHQ
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...
CrimeHQ
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...