RED RIGHT HAND By Chris Holm Sep21

RED RIGHT HAND By Chris Holm

This past weekend at Bouchercon Chris Holm won the Anthony Award for Best Novel for THE KILLING KIND. He joins a list of authors who have put out some amazing books and the list of books is like a “what to read” if you love mysteries. If you read THE KILLING KIND you know why people love it. Last Tuesday before Bouchercon started RED RIGHT HAND, the sequel to THE KILLING KIND came out, and let me tell you, it’s a barn burner. It’s like Led Zeppelin, one album is great, the next even better. ( So maybe this is Chris’s Physical Graffiti?) Michael Hendricks used to work for a covert group of the US military but is now a solo act. While...

The Duane Swierczynski Interview

Called “… the hottest thing in crime fiction” by no less than Joe R. Lansdale, Duane Swierczynski has been a force in crime fiction since his debut novel SECRET DEAD MEN hit shelves in 2005. Since then nine other novels have followed, as well as comic book work for both Marvel, DC Comics and IDW. Following a trend of using strong female leads in his work, Swierczynski has just wrapped up a well-received run on DC’s BIRDS OF PREY. The BOP being a group of take-no-guff ladies who make their home in Batman’s Gotham City. It’s advised to not make them angry. With the release of POINT & SHOOT, the long-awaited conclusion of the Charlie...

TRIPLE CROSSING by Sebastion Rotella

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company Publication date: Aug 10th, 2011 This is Rotella’s first novel and I’m pleased I finally read it. Yes, I did a dance with it at the library. I actually got it out like three times and each time would only get 50 pages in. I’d start thinking to myself, “This is good.” Then life stuff would happen and the book would get returned unfinished. I could tell from the little tastes I was having that if I could commit to reading it, I would be rewarded. I hit up my comrade/consigliere Jeremy Lynch and sure enough a copy was quickly in my mail box. Side note, if you want something done by me, send it to Jeremy...