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Mulholland Authors at San Diego Comic Con

Jul 16, 2013 in Graphic Novels, Industry News, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

Are you headed to San Diego for Comic Con this week? So am I! (It’s my first Comic Con, so forgive me for leaning on the exclamation marks in this post.) On my SDCC agenda are panels and signings with three Mulholland authors: Austin Grossman, Duane Swierczynski, and Charlie Huston. I’ll also be making appearances […]

The Lineup: Links for Charlie Huston’s Skinner

Jul 09, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Charlie Huston‘s magnum opus SKINNER hits bookstores today, and we’ve known here for a while Huston’s first book with the imprint was going to be a game-changer. First there was the amazing trade coverage: Booklist gave SKINNER a fabulous starred review, saying, “This tour de force features two of the most interesting characters we’ve seen in years….Add Huston…to […]

The Lineup: Links for David Morrell’s Murder as a Fine Art

May 09, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

David Morrell’s Victorian thriller MURDER AS A FINE ART features Thomas De Quincey and his irrepressible daughter, Emily, matching wits with a killer the likes of which London has never before seen. With less than a week on sale, Morrell’s newest has been raking in amazing reviews. Tina Jordan raved of the book in Entertainment Weekly: “MURDER […]

J.J. Abrams’ Next Project, a Novel, to be Published by Mulholland Books

Apr 29, 2013 in Books, Industry News, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

S. A NOVEL Written by Doug Dorst, based on a story by J.J. Abrams J.J. Abrams has created, written, produced, or directed groundbreaking television shows such as the Emmy and Golden Globe Award–winning Lost and Alias, and Felicity and blockbuster films such as Star Trek, Cloverfield, Super 8, and Mission: Impossible. His work is renowned […]

The Lineup: Gun Machine Edition

Jan 02, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Warren Ellis’s electrifying thriller GUN MACHINE kicks off 2013 with a bang. Arriving in bookstores on the first day of the year, GUN MACHINE has already received a glowing, three-and-a-half-stars review from Brian Truitt of USA Today, in which Truitt writes: “Ellis tackles the police procedural, although it’s bloodier and more intriguing than any episode of […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Oct 11, 2012 in Weekly links

We made it out to Bouchercon last weekend to see Duane Swierczynski’s FUN AND GAMES win the Shamus for Best Paperback Original PI Novel–congrats, Duane! All the more reason to look forward to April of next year, when POINT AND SHOOT, the final in the now accolade-winning Hardie trilogy, hits bookstores… The Rap Sheet has […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Sep 07, 2012 in Weekly links

It’s been a great summer summer at Mulholland Books, and we topped it off with our August publication, SHAKE OFF by Mischa Hiller, which received glowing praise from the likes of Kirkus, PW and Booklist, as well as great reviews from blogs like the Murder By the Book Blog, BestsellersWorld.com, Tzer Island, and The Review […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

May 09, 2012 in Weekly links, Weekly links

Marcia Clark’s second Rachel Knight thriller GUILT BY DEGREES is in bookstores now–and the reviewers love it! John Valeri of The Examiner raves about how the novel “takes the strongest elements from an already assured debut and melded them into near perfection,” while Kirkus proclaims that Knight “transmutes the dull and ordinary into the bright stuff […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Mar 21, 2012 in Weekly links

At The Kill Zone, Joe Moore has an insightful post about the pros and cons of using a pen name that’s definitely worth your time. The Rap Sheet has a great guest post from Brad Parks on the inspiration for his newest novel THE GIRL NEXT DOOR. Michael Robotham’s newest Joe O’Loughlin thriller BLEED FOR […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Mar 07, 2012 in Weekly links

Over at Murderati, David Corbett wishes Daniel Woodrell a fast and speedy recovery from shoulder surgery. Get well soon, Daniel! Attention all writers of short crime fiction: check out the Shortbread Morgue competition currently running at Shortbread Stories for a chance to have your work sent to over six thousand subscribers–and help a good cause […]