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MyBookishWays
August 11 2017

Review: Bibliomysteries, Edited by Otto Penzler

Bibliomysteries, edited by Otto Penzler, is a specially commissioned anthology featuring original stories by the mystery genre’s most distinguished authors: John Connolly, Ken Bruen, Loren...
CrimeHQ
April 29 2014

2014 Shortlists: U.K.’s CrimeFest Awards and the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Awards

The upcoming CrimeFest convention (May 15-18th, Bristol, U.K.) and the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Awards (June 5th, Toronto) have both announced their nominees, and we're thrilled to share...
CrimeHQ
January 17 2014

Announcing 2014’s Edgar Nominees (and Our Own Winner)!

After last month's announcement of two new Grandmasters and the Raven Award winner, Mystery Writers of America has announced the rest of the shortlist of award nominees and special winners. ...
LakisFourouklas
August 5 2012

Fresh Meat: The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook

The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook is a mystery and a novel of psychological suspense in which the layers of a man’s life are peeled away to reveal a surprising secret (available August 7,...
LyndsayFaye
December 1 2011

Otto Penzler and I, or Hopeful Luddites Talk Digital

I’ve never downloaded an electronic book. My book has sold a number of Kindle copies, which leads me to feel a strange imbalance—what does it mean that I produce material for a media I don’t...