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Chapter 3 of Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark

Apr 22, 2011 in Excerpts, Mulholland Authors

Keep reading GUILT BY ASSOCIATION by Marcia Clark, which is on sale now. If you missed the Prologue, Chapter 1 or Chapter 2, catch up here. 3 Lieutenant Hales pulled up to the Biltmore, guided me out of the car, and walked me to the front entrance. Through the fog of denial and disbelief, the […]

A Dream Come True

Apr 21, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

So far this week, Marcia Clark has appeared on Good Morning America, NPR’s Morning Edition, WPIX and Good Day New York. The Los Angeles Times published a feature on the origins of her novel.  The Richmond Times-Dispatch praises how “Clark develops her plot with ingenious twists and laces it with plenty of humor and a […]

Five Favorite Female Crime Fighters

Apr 18, 2011 in Books, Mulholland Authors, Mulholland News

This week, the world will meet Rachel Knight, the heroine of Marcia Clark’s new novel GUILT BY ASSOCIATION. Marcia has provided us with 5 of her favorite female crime fighters.Tell us your favorites in the comments. We’ll choose 3 to receive signed first editions of GUILT BY ASSOCIATION. Don’t miss Marcia on Good Morning America […]

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 […]

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 […]