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J. Kingston Pierce lists eight new mystery and thriller novels to check out in early 2015.
Dang. 2015 is so awesome.
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Here’s an excerpt from my novel Canary, out from Mulholland Books on February 24, 2015.
Our narrator is Sarie Holland, who’s just realized she has taken her sort-of boyfriend on a drug run. While he’s out getting take-out food, she’s left to circle the block. And then…
WHEN I TURN…
Stop what you’re doing and read this right now, and you’ll understand why February 24th can’t come quickly enough.
Michael Connelly and Sebastian Rotella
Sebastian Rotella signing galleys of his forthcoming novel, The Convert's Song.
Sebastian Rotella and Simon Wood
David Morrell signing galleys of his forthcoming novel, Inspector of the Dead.
Duane Swierczynski's signing line for CANARY
Oh, don’t mind us. Just looking over our photos from Bouchercon while listening to sad jazz and missing our authors. :’-(
Gave ‘em away at New York Comic Con, and I’ll be giving ‘em away at Bouchercon.
September 21: I’m past my deadline, without only three-quarters of the book rewritten, but the important thing is: I FINALLY KNOW HOW TO WRITE IT. (This is such an important part of the process; teaching yourself how to write your own damn book.) I meet Josh for breakfast at Bouchercon in Albany and lay it all out. Where I was going wrong, how I’m going to fix it. He seems happy with my choices, tells me to go with God.
Duane Swierczynski on the timeline of writing his forthcoming novel, Canary. Don’t just read the pull-quote, read the whole damn thing. And then pre-order Canary from your favorite bookstore. And then find me at the Hachette booth at New York Comic Con for some Canary swag. I’ve got it all planned out.
We’ve heard Duane speak on writing before, and he is brilliant, insightful and encouraging. If this class is within your means, you should enroll!
Marcia Clark at her signing table
We had an amazing time at Bouchercon 2013: making new friends, hanging outwith our authors, and exploring Albany. Can’t wait for next year!