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Mulholland Books Best of 2011

Dec 25, 2011 in Books, Mulholland News

If you got an eReader for the holidays this year, the time has come to fill it up with eBooks! Why not try some of our titles that hit the Best of 2011 lists all over the country! A DROP OF THE HARD STUFF by Lawrence Block “FAVORITE PERFORMANCE BY AN OLD PRO: For sentimental […]

Behind the Scenes of Michael Connelly’s The Drop

Nov 28, 2011 in Books

Today we celebrate the publication of Michael Connelly’s new novel THE DROP which The New York Times called “one of those Harry Bosch books that starts with a bang and stays strong all the way through.”  Publishers’ Weekly gave the book a starred review and called it “compulsively readable” and the Wall Street Journal raved, […]

Worlds Colliding

Nov 07, 2011 in Books, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News, Writing

My name is David Morrell. I write thrillers. On occasion, people are puzzled when they learn that I also have a PhD in American literature from Penn State and that I was a full professor at the University of Iowa, where I taught Hawthorne, Melville, Henry James, and Edith Wharton. For me, the two worlds […]

Enter the Black Light this Halloween

Oct 31, 2011 in Books, Mulholland Authors

CNN.com selected BLACK LIGHT by Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and Stephen Romano as one of their Spooky reads for Halloween, calling the book, “over-the-top fun, the action nonstop, and a bit like a haunted house ride at an amusement park.” Watch the video trailer for the book to get you in the mood for the […]

Hardie vs. the Fire

Oct 31, 2011 in Books, Comic Books, Mulholland Authors

To celebrate the publication of HELL & GONE by Duane Swierczynski, Duane has collaborated with SWEETS author/illustrator Kody Chamberlain on an original Charlie Hardie comic. Click here to view the comic. If you are on an iPhone or iPad, you should view it through this link. Duane sat down with Kody recently to talk about […]

Disappearing Women

Oct 25, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing

This essay originally appeared on Murderati and is reprinted here with the kind permission of Tess Gerritsen. Now that I’m in my fifties, I’m noticing more and more what generations of women have complained about: that right around this age, we start to disappear in the eyes of the world.  As we grow gray we […]

The Philly Phenomenon Strikes Again: A Review of Hell and Gone

Oct 22, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts

HELL & GONE is the second in a trilogy of Charlie Hardie novels by Duane Swierczynski. The first, FUN & GAMES, was relentlessly fast-paced, suspenseful and completely outrageous. Well, guess what? This second entry is all that and then some, as difficult as that might be to imagine. Picking up immediately at the conclusion of […]

A Conversation with Denise Mina and Kate Atkinson

Oct 13, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing

As Denise Mina hits the US for her THE END OF THE WASP SEASON, she was interviewed by Kate Atkinson (CASE HISTORIES and STARTED EARLY, TOOK MY DOG) on genre, character and the best place to write. Kate Atkinson:  Do you have a lot of books planned ahead?  Does it worry you that you’ll die […]

A Sincere Endeavor: Dedicating BLACK LIGHT to Warrant’s Jani Lane

Oct 06, 2011 in Books, Mulholland Authors, Music

There’s bad magic and good magic. Good magic is when you finally manage to quit smoking and something cool happens to you the same week—like winning twenty bucks on a lottery ticket.  Bad magic is when someone quotes your latest poem in a movie about clumsy people, then you fall into an open sewer and […]

A Spotlight on Black Light from Don Coscarelli

Oct 04, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland News

It’s publication week for BLACK LIGHT by Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and Stephen Romano. Today, producer/ director/ screenwriter and horror expert Don Coscarelli weighs in on what he calls “a damn fine horror novel.” I first became aware of Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan from their appearance on the reality series Project Greenlight. What stood […]