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The Lineup: Weekly Links, Lost Girls of Rome edition

Nov 19, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

Happy publication day to Donato Carrisi’s THE LOST GIRLS OF ROME! Following in the footsteps of the “brilliant” (Ken Follett) debut THE WHISPERER, but with a vibrant international setting, Carrisi’s second thriller has been receiving great press. THE LOST GIRLS OF ROME was named a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week and is included in a round-up […]

The Nightrunners by Joe Lansdale is Back in Print!

Nov 04, 2013 in Mulholland Authors

Is your copy of The Nightrunners falling apart? Or have you—gasp—not yet had the pleasure of reading one of Joe Lansdale’s earliest horror novels? Fortunately for all of us, this book is back in print, thanks to the efforts of Behooven Press. In The Nightrunners, a ’66 Chevy hurtles through the countryside, bearing a carful […]

Fund a New Novella by Joe R. Lansdale

Oct 21, 2013 in Fiction, Mulholland Authors

Dark Regions Press has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the creation of a new novella of psychological horror from Joe Lansdale, author of The Thicket and Edge of Dark Water. This novella will be the second book in Dark Regions’s Black Labyrinth series of handsome illustrated hardcovers. Not only do we know that Lansdale […]

Mulholland Books at Bouchercon

Sep 16, 2013 in Industry News, Mulholland Authors

If you’re as deep in the world of mysteries as we are, then you already know what Bouchercon is: a convention for crime fiction readers, writers, booksellers, publishers, and more. It’s basically a festival of thrillers and suspense novels, and it’s taking place in Albany from September 19-22. For those of you planning on attending […]

Start Reading Darwin’s Blade

Sep 12, 2013 in Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

This week, Mulholland is proud to introduce our second reissue of a classic Dan Simmons suspense novel, DARWIN’S BLADE. Hailed upon publication by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as “a literary thriller like no other;” by the Denver Post as what might have happened “if Donald Westlake, John Irving, and Robert Parker had sat down to […]

Terror Begins at Home

Sep 11, 2013 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Breed by Chase Novak is now available as a trade paperback, and to mark the occasion, he gives us a few words on Breed and its forthcoming sequel, Brood. It could be—and has been—argued that television is a kind of unwitting enemy of reading. And surely anything that gets in the way of reading hurts […]

Start Reading The Thicket

Sep 10, 2013 in Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Today we celebrate the publication of THE THICKET, the newest novel by Joe R. Lansdale, Edgar Award winner and eight-time Bram Stoker recipient. Ron Rash says THE THICKET “earns a place on the same shelf as Charles Portis’s True Grit and Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses;” Michael Koryta calls it “Nuanced, compelling, darkly humorous, and remarkably […]

Hard to Shake Off: In Conversation with Mischa Hiller

Aug 14, 2013 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

This week, Mischa Hiller’s SHAKE OFF, picked by Malcolm Gladwell in the New Yorker as one of 2012’s Best Books, hits paperback! The following is a conversation between Mischa and his editor at Mulholland Books, Wes Miller. SHAKE OFF can now be foudn at bookstores across the country. Wes Miller: Let me start by saying […]

Hey, Sinner Man, Where’d You Go?

Aug 09, 2013 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Today marks the three-year anniversary of MulhollandBooks.com! To celebrate where we’re going with where we’ve been, we’ll be re-featuring our very first guest posts throughout the day. Some authors we’ve gone on to publish; all of them we’ve continued to admire. What’s next? You never know what’s coming around the curve… You’ve probably heard the […]

Weekly Links: Weaponized Edition, Part II

Aug 02, 2013 in Mulholland Authors, Weekly links

What better way to cap off a great launch week than with a roundup of the fantastic features and amazing content to date for Nicholas Mennuti and David Guggenheim’s Weaponized? Us Weekly included Weaponized on its Buzz-o-meter of the top five things that have them talking this week! And US Weekly isn’t the only one talking—on […]