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Ten of Crime Fiction’s Leading Ladies

Mar 08, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts

In our ongoing series of  columns by  frequent Mulhollandbooks.com commenters, Jen Forbus takes a trip back through the annals of crime fiction to discuss her favorite female characters. I am always on the lookout for great female characters in crime fiction. Few things will turn me off a book faster than the cliché damsel in […]

A Conversation with the Breakout Kings: Nick Santora and Domenick Lombardozzi

Mar 04, 2011 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Television

Nick Santora is the author of SLIP AND FALL and FIFTEEN DIGITS both forthcoming from Mulholland Books. He is also the co-writer, co-executive producer and co-creator of Breakout Kings which premieres this Sunday, March 6th at 10PM on A&E. Here, Santora and Domenick Lombardozzi (star of Breakout Kings, The Wire, Entourage and more) discuss their […]

Black Lens: Part VII

Mar 02, 2011 in Black Lens, Guest Posts

Story by Ken Bruen and Russell Ackerman Ken Bruen is one of the most celebrated crime novelists of our time. Black Lens is his most secret project. Read on as the unveiling continues. Every Wednesday on Mulholland Books. With art by Jonathan Santlofer. Fade in… Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part […]

Criminal Favoritism

Mar 01, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts

In our ongoing series of  columns by  frequent commenters on Mulhollandbooks.com, today’s piece is from Elizabeth White. When asked to report on her favorite crime novels, she came up with this list. Ask a group of crime fiction enthusiasts to name the best crime fiction books of all time and you’ll get a varied list […]

Shafted: On Ernest R. Tidyman and the Makings of Shaft

Feb 25, 2011 in Books, Film, Guest Posts

By all accounts, 1971 was a great year for former newspaperman- turned-pulp novelist Ernest R. Tidyman. Along with the paperback release of his hardboiled debut Shaft, the Cleveland, Ohio native co-wrote the film version for MGM as well as the screenplay for The French Connection. The year before, French Connection producer Philip D’Antoni and director […]

Organized Crime Writing

Feb 24, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts

When I finished my second novel, 2005’s The Heartbreak Lounge, I was determined never to write about traditional organized crime again. The whole New Jersey mob thing had become too much of a cliché, thanks in part to the brilliance of The Sopranos, which brought that world into people’s living rooms every week. For a […]

Black Lens: Part VI

Feb 23, 2011 in Black Lens, Guest Posts

Story by Ken Bruen and Russell Ackerman Ken Bruen is one of the most celebrated crime novelists of our time. Black Lens is his most secret project. Read on as the unveiling continues. Every Wednesday on Mulholland Books. With art by Jonathan Santlofer. Fade in… Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and […]

Ten Crime Books To Help Cure Your Hangover

Feb 22, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts

Paul D. Brazill is among the most frequent commenters on Mulhollandbooks.com.  Here, we salute Paul with a column of his own, an engaging best-of list with medicinal properties. It’s a gloomy morning. Outside your window, dark malignant clouds fill the sky. The residue of the weekend’s fun and frolics is draining away like dishwater down a […]

A Conversation with Brian Helgeland Part II

Feb 18, 2011 in Books, Film, Guest Posts

Brian Helgeland is the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of a number of films including L.A. Confidential, Mystic River,  Green Zone, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, Man on Fire, and Payback, which he also directed. In part two of Brian’s conversation, he discusses the origins of his career,  the inner-Fellini of 80’s franchise horror, his […]

A Conversation with Brian Helgeland

Feb 17, 2011 in Film, Guest Posts

Brian Helgeland is the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of a number of films including L.A. Confidential, Mystic River,  Green Zone, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, Man on Fire, and Payback, which he also directed.  One of the preeminent filmmakers in the world, today on MulhollandBooks.com Helgeland discusses the age-old question of inspiration, the art […]