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Canceling “Dead Pig Collector” by Warren Ellis

Jun 06, 2013 in eBooks, Mulholland News, Short Stories

It is with regret that we announce that we’re canceling our publication of Warren Ellis’s digital short story, “Dead Pig Collector.” We were and continue to be very excited about the story—it’s brilliant, savage, and funny, and we hope you will have the opportunity to read it soon. However, we will not be coordinating its […]

Download Jim Thompson’s The Grifters for $1.99

Jan 08, 2013 in eBooks

Did you luck out and receive an eReader or tablet over the holidays? If so, it’s time to fill those digital bookshelves, and we have a low-price suggestion for you: The Grifters by Jim Thompson (Kindle | Nook | Other Retailers). If you’ve never read Jim Thompson, you’re missing out a classic American crime writer. […]

Year End Review: A Few Thoughts on Jim Thompson and The Grifters

Dec 27, 2012 in eBooks, Film, Guest Posts

With 2013 just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to sit back and reflect on another year of great content and great books. Check back twice daily in the last days of 2012 for a selection of our favorite MulhollandBooks.com posts from the past year! There are those moments in life so powerful and […]

Start Reading Joe R. Lansdale’s Edge of Dark Water

Mar 09, 2012 in Books, eBooks, Mulholland Authors

Joe R. Lansdale’s EDGE OF DARK WATER will be in bookstores later this month…but we’re so excited to be publishing this amazing book, we’ve decided to share part of it with you now. Read on for one of the best first sentences you’ll ever read, the beginning of the novel that had Dan Simmons raving: “the strongest, […]

Dave Robicheaux: A Character Sketch

Jan 03, 2012 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

We kick off 2012 with a blast from the past: two early Dave Robicheaux novels by James Lee Burke, now available as eBooks: A MORNING FOR FLAMINGOS and BLACK CHERRY BLUES. Keep reading for a short character sketch of Robicheaux. This character sketch was originally published on ThrillingDetective.com. New Orleans Police Department detective screw-up turned […]

Fractured Reflection: Representations of the Psychopath and Society in Mary Harron’s Film Adaptation of American Psycho and Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me

Dec 12, 2011 in eBooks, Film, Guest Posts

The below article initially appeared on www.CrimeCulture.comand is reprinted here with the kind permission of the sites’ administrators and the author. There have been numerous representations of the psychopath or serial killer in crime literature. Many texts depict this figure as a metaphorical embodiment of society’s moral deviations, or consciously use his killings as part […]

How L.A. Noire Changes Everything (Just Not in the Way They Thought it Would)

Jul 08, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

The Game There’s some kind of irony to be found in the fact that one of the main pursuits of L.A. Noire is to reconstruct, in exact detail, a few square miles of 1947 Los Angeles, because everything else about the game is so modern. Ahead of its time, even. Produced by Team Bondi and […]

As Dark as Broad Daylight

Jun 10, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us about their story in the collection. Read Lawrence Block’s contribution “See the Woman” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | Kobo | Sony LA Noire? […]

Pure storytelling, pure action

Jun 10, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us about their story in the collection. Read Francine Prose’s contribution “School for Murder” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | Kobo | Sony LA Noir […]

Betty Short and Norma Jeane Baker Alive Again

Jun 10, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us about their story in the collection. Read Joyce Carol Oates’ contribution “Black Dahlia & White Rose” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | Kobo | […]