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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 | […]

My Own Dark Places

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us their thoughts on why Los Angeles is so associated with noir. Read Jonathan Santlofer’s story “What’s In a Name?” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes […]

Noir Seal of Approval

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

As a contributor to LA Noire: The Collected Stories, we asked Andrew Vachss to give us his thoughts on noir. Read Andrew Vachss’s story “Postwar Boom” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | Sony I learned, a long time […]

The Edge of Nothing

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us their thoughts on why Los Angeles is so associated with noir. Read Megan Abbott’s story “The Girl” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice . Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | […]

Now Available LA Noire: The Collected Stories

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Mulholland News, Video Games

Today is the publication date for LA Noire: The Collected Stories a series of short stories some of which are based on characters and cases from the world of L.A. Noire, Rockstar’s new magnum opus of video gaming. Throughout the day, we will be posting short vignettes by the contributors to the collection. Contributors include […]

Chapter 2 of The Wreckage

May 27, 2011 in Books, eBooks, Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Next month we are publishing The Wreckage by Michael Robotham. Start reading the book that Booklist called (in a starred review), “Fine and ambitious with characters who are wonderfully human–smart, determined, decent, and flawed. Thoroughly compelling.” Need to catch up? Read the Prologue and Chapter 1. 2 LONDON Being measured for a new suit was […]

Chapter 1 of The Wreckage

May 20, 2011 in Books, eBooks, Mulholland Authors

Next month we are publishing The Wreckage by Michael Robotham. Start reading the book that Booklist called (in a starred review), “Fine and ambitious with characters who are wonderfully human–smart, determined, decent, and flawed. Thoroughly compelling.” Have you killed?” “Many times.” “Were you scared?” “No.” “Never?” “It’s not hard to take a life when a […]

See the Woman

May 12, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

The following story is included in L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories, a collaboration between Rockstar Games and Mulholland Books. Today also marks the publication date of Block’s novel A DROP OF THE HARD STUFF, which Time Magazine says “reads like it’s been jolted by factory-fresh defibrillator pads.” Red light’s on, so I guess that thing’s […]

Mulholland Books and Rockstar Games

May 03, 2011 in eBooks, Mulholland News, Video Games

We’re thrilled to announce that we will be publishing, in conjunction with Rockstar Games, a series of short stories some of which are based on characters and cases from the world of L.A. Noire, Rockstar’s forthcoming new video game. “L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories” will be available for digital download on June 6, 2011 through […]

Christmas eBooks: It’s no mystery what you should read next

Dec 25, 2010 in eBooks

Merry Christmas, Mystery Readers! If you got an eReader under the tree today, we’re here to recommend have some excellent Little, Brown thrillers that will keep you clicking at a furious pace (because that’s how you turn pages now. Don’t worry, you’ll get used to it). The Reversal by Michael Connelly “The Reversal, Connelly’s new […]