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An Excerpt from Murder as a Fine Art

May 07, 2013 in Uncategorized

Happy publication day to David Morrell’s Victorian thriller MURDER AS A FINE ART! A critical darling raved by Douglas Preston, Dan Simmons, and featured in Entertainment Weekly, Morrell’s newest features notorious essayist Thomas De Quincey and his irrepressible daughter, Emily, matching wits with a killer the likes of which London has never seen before. Enjoy an excerpt right […]

Start Reading Gun Machine

Jan 06, 2013 in Excerpts, Uncategorized

From Chapter Two John Tallow stood while the medics scraped up and lifted and bagged and took away his partner of four years, and then he sat on the stairs silently so that they had to lift Rosato’s killer over him to get him down and out of the building. People said things to him. […]

Got Something for You: GUN MACHINE Trailer #1

Jan 04, 2013 in Uncategorized

“A pleasingly quirky crime thriller…Tallow is oddly endearing, so single-minded you can’t help rooting for him…There is nothing comic-bookish about [Ellis’s] writing, which races along in crisp hard-boiled fashion.”–Charles McGrath, New York Times Purchase it now: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-A-Million |iBookstore | Indiebound | Other

Year End Review: Tradecraft 101, Spy Tips from Mischa Hiller’s Shake Off

Dec 29, 2012 in Excerpts, Mulholland Authors, Uncategorized, Writing

With 2013 just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to sit back and reflect on another year of great content and great books. Check back twice daily in the last days of 2012 for a selection of our favorite posts from the past year! SHAKE OFF‘s Michel Khoury is a veritable encyclopedia of […]

Stamps from the Lawrence Block’s Keller Collection

Dec 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

Lawrence Block’s forthcoming novel, Hit Me, brings Keller back into a game he thought he had left behind: contract killing. What would Keller rather be doing with his time? Stamp collecting, for starters. Block even designed a souvenir sheet of stamps to accompany a special edition of HIT ME: In an interview with Thomas Pluck, […]

The Real Cats Behind the Ridge

Sep 06, 2012 in Uncategorized

Today we celebrate the publication of Michael Koryta’s THE RIDGE, now available in paperback in bookstores everywhere, with the below essay from Koryta included as bonus content in the new edition. Don’t miss the novel that James Patterson calls “one of the scariest and most touching horror tales in years!” One of the truly wonderful […]

Start Reading Breed by Chase Novak

Aug 27, 2012 in Excerpts, Fiction, Mulholland Authors, Uncategorized

Next month we publish the hotly anticipated horror novel from Chase Novak, the pseudonymous debut of Scott Spencer’s alter ego hailed by Stephen King as “The best horror novel I’ve read since Peter Straub’s Ghost Story…by turns terrifying and blackly funny…a total blast.” Copies are already on their way to bookstores–but you can start the […]

Start Reading Bloodline by Mark Billingham

Jul 01, 2011 in Uncategorized

This month we’ll be publishing BLOODLINE by Mark Billingham. Start reading the book that Gillian Flynn has called “chilling, moody, humane, and very, very smart,” and which George Pelecanos proclaimed “a boss performance, through and through.” PROLOGUE DEBBIE AND JASON “Come on, pigeon! Let’s go blow at the trains.” Debbie Mitchell tugs at her son’s […]

Canarsie and Westlake, Parker and Stark (and Me)

Jun 30, 2011 in Uncategorized

[The below first appears as an introduction to Butcher’s Moon, republished in April 2011 by the University of Chicago Press, and is reprinted with the gracious permission of Lawrence Block. You can read his other intros for Backflash and Comeback here and here.] One night around the end of 1960 or the beginning of 1961, […]

The Invisible Hero: A Conversation between Zo&#235 Ferraris and David Corbett

Apr 04, 2011 in Books, Uncategorized, Writing

David Corbett is a former private investigator the acclaimed author of four novels, including the most recent Do They Know I’m Running?. Zoë Ferraris is the award-winning author of Finding Nouf and City of Veils. Here, they discuss how fiction can break down cultural stereotypes, making “strangers” recognizable and the role of the hero in […]