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Austin Grossman Interviews Daniel O’Malley

Feb 24, 2012 in Books, Guest Posts

Austin Grossman had three pressing questions for THE ROOK author Daniel O’Malley. Here they are, in no particular order. a)  What would you say the greatest super-secret organization in SF and F?  What were some models used for THE ROOK? I don’t know that anything was actually a model.  But some fictional secret security organizations […]

A Conversation with Duane Swierczynski and Ed Brubaker: Part II

Jun 21, 2011 in Books, Graphic Novels, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Writing

This week, we celebrate the publication of FUN & GAMES by Duane Swierczynski, a book that CNN.com says “reads like a Quentin Tarantino movie on speed, full of high-octane action, flying by at a breakneck pace, not for the faint of heart, but also with plenty of humor.” Here, we present Part II of a […]

My Own Dark Places

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

We asked all the contributors to LA Noire: The Collected Stories to tell us their thoughts on why Los Angeles is so associated with noir. Read Jonathan Santlofer’s story “What’s In a Name?” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes […]

Noir Seal of Approval

Jun 06, 2011 in eBooks, Guest Posts, Video Games

As a contributor to LA Noire: The Collected Stories, we asked Andrew Vachss to give us his thoughts on noir. Read Andrew Vachss’s story “Postwar Boom” in LA Noire: The Collected Stories. Available free (for a limited time) from your eTailer of choice. Amazon.com | BN.com | iTunes | Sony I learned, a long time […]

Chapter 2 of The Wreckage

May 27, 2011 in Books, eBooks, Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Next month we are publishing The Wreckage by Michael Robotham. Start reading the book that Booklist called (in a starred review), “Fine and ambitious with characters who are wonderfully human–smart, determined, decent, and flawed. Thoroughly compelling.” Need to catch up? Read the Prologue and Chapter 1. 2 LONDON Being measured for a new suit was […]

Chapter 1 of The Wreckage

May 20, 2011 in Books, eBooks, Mulholland Authors

Next month we are publishing The Wreckage by Michael Robotham. Start reading the book that Booklist called (in a starred review), “Fine and ambitious with characters who are wonderfully human–smart, determined, decent, and flawed. Thoroughly compelling.” Have you killed?” “Many times.” “Were you scared?” “No.” “Never?” “It’s not hard to take a life when a […]

A Master On Top of His Craft: A Review of A Drop of the Hard Stuff

May 09, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Lawrence Block is one among a very small number of true masters of crime fiction, and A Drop of the Hard Stuff is a delight to readers who really care about seeing the right words on the page. Ex-cop and detective Matt Scudder, a favorite Block character with fifteen novels worth of cases behind him, […]

Chapter 2 of Guilt By Association by Marcia Clark

Apr 15, 2011 in Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Keep reading GUILT BY ASSOCIATION by Marcia Clark as we prepare for the book’s publication on April 20th. If you missed the Prologue or Chapter 1, there’s time to catch up here. Stay tuned to the site next week for a Marcia Clark Extravaganza. 2 Scott turned and wove through the throng of police and […]

The Spaces Between Stars

Apr 11, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

My name’s Warren Ellis.  I’m mostly a science fiction writer.  I’m sometimes also a crime writer.  These are essentially the same thing. Let me try and explain that. I don’t think HG Wells and Raymond Chandler ever met.  I don’t know that they would have had a lot to say to each other if they […]

Chapter 1 of Guilt By Association by Marcia Clark

Apr 08, 2011 in Excerpts, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Keep reading GUILT BY ASSOCIATION by Marcia Clark as we prepare for the book’s publication on April 20th. If you missed the Prologue, catch up here. 1 “Guilty? Already? What’d they do, just walk around the table and hit the buzzer?” Jake said, shaking his head incredulously. I laughed, nodding. “I know, it’s crazy. Forty-five-minute […]