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The Dark 13: Noir in Horror and Other Adventures that Made Us Evil

Mar 14, 2011 in Film, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

We have a theory that most movies and books in the noir mode actually aspire to be horror movies and books.  And we think that a lot of horror films desperately want to be noir.  Come to think of it, a lot of your action/suspense/thriller-type-things tend to feel an awful lot like they want to […]

Welcome, PW Daily Readers…

Feb 15, 2011 in Mulholland News

It is highly likely that you find yourself here today because you’ve read about Mulholland Books in our dedicated issue of PW Daily. If that is the case, welcome! We hope you will spend some time here, reading about our books, authors and all of the amazing content that we have been posting here since […]

Coming Soon

Jan 14, 2011 in Mulholland News

Ken Bruen’s Black Lens A Novel in Serial Form. Starting January 19th. Noir for 2011 and beyond. Art by Jonathan Santlofer

James M. Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice

Jan 10, 2011 in Books, Film, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

The following article was originally published in the fantastic Edgar-nominated anthology Thrillers: 100 Must Reads, edited by David Morrell, who has  kindly given us permission to re-print Joe R. Lansdale’s essay here. Please support this wonderful and timely collection available wherever books are sold. Born in Annapolis, James M. Cain (1892–1977) studied at Washington College, […]

A Conspiracy to Believe

Dec 08, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News, Writing

As an novelist, the question I’m most often asked actually isn’t where I get my ideas (a shame, as I’ve got a peppy answer to that), but when I’m going to write another book like Only Forward. It happened twice the other night. As this was my first novel, written over a decade and a […]

You might have noticed…

Oct 28, 2010 in Mulholland News

That we have a new feature here on the Mulholland site: Badges! If you register for the site and then do things like comment a lot on the site, Twitter, Facebook, blog, and basically be awesome, fun little badges will start to light up on your very own Mulholland Books profile page. Let the fun […]

Bouchercon 2010: Photographic Evidence

Oct 16, 2010 in Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

We thought you might want to see a few photos of our authors enjoying the Bay area. Former LA Times colleagues Sebastian Rotella and Michael Connelly reconnected. Mark Billingham with Chris Mooney and Martyn Waites Fellow Los Angeles writers Marcia Clark and Michael Connelly joined by Zoe Ferraris. Duane Swierczynski with his agent David Hale […]

Bouchercon 2010

Oct 15, 2010 in Mulholland News

We have arrived in San Francisco and are having a blast catching up with old friends and making new ones. Don’t forget: we’ll be chatting live and in person with Mark Billingham, Marcia Clark, Sebastian Rotella, Duane Swierczynski and Daniel Woodrell at 3PM in the Grand Ballroom. If you miss it, we plan to have […]

Missed us on BlogTalkRadio?

Oct 13, 2010 in Mulholland News

Want to learn more about the origins of the imprint? What we’re excited about for Spring 2011? Our opinions on the future of the suspense genre? Online Marketing secrets? Of course you do. Listen to our BlogTalkRadio interview. Click play below or visit the Hachette Book Group Features Channel on BlogTalkRadio.

Sinking the Titanic

Oct 11, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News, Writing

Best interview question I’ve ever been asked: What’s the worst thing your parents think you’ve done? Not actually done, but that they think you’ve done. My answer: Heroin. I love doing research. It’s like cheating, but with permission. Here are some of the things I have done in the name of Research: learned to ride […]