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Thomas De Quincey and Murder as a Fine Art: A Conversation with David Morrell and Robert Morrison

Apr 29, 2013 in Fiction, Mulholland Authors

Robert Morrison: I love the idea behind Murder as a Fine Art. John Williams commits a series of sensational killings in 1811. Thomas De Quincey writes his most powerful essay about the killings in 1854. Somebody reads De Quincey on Williams and decides to produce his own version of the killings, far exceeding them in […]

Nine Days in Iraq

Dec 10, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts

War, it has been said, is 99 percent boredom and 1 percent terror. During those long hours of boredom many soldiers read books—usually thrillers. I know this because a good percentage of the emails I get come from service men and women stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. They write to thank me for the escape […]