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Summer Reading

Aug 20, 2012 in Guest Posts

I seem to be on a cycle in which I finish books in early summer for a late fall release. It happened again this year – much, I’m sure, to my editor’s frustration. I’ve just finished up my next novel The Black Box, blowing all kinds of deadlines in the process. The frustrating part for […]

Don Winslow, Interviewed by Shane Salerno

Jul 06, 2012 in Books, Film, Guest Posts

Today, the film Savages, based on the Don Winslow novel of the same name, opens in theaters. Check out the trailer, if you haven’t already. Directed by Oscar winner Oliver Stone, the film’s screenplay is the product of a collaboration between novelist Don Winslow and screenwriter Shane Salerno. Winslow and Salerno have known each other […]

Start Reading Triple Crossing by Sebastian Rotella

Jul 22, 2011 in Excerpts, Fiction, Mulholland Authors

On August 10th, we’ll be publishing TRIPLE CROSSING by celebrated journalist and investigative reporter Sebastian Rotella. Start reading the novel Michael Connelly calls “one of the most accomplished first novels I have ever read,” and which Booklist called “a strongly choreographed, authentically detailed, and sharply funny tale of cultural complexity and raging global criminality.” Fog […]

A Conversation with Michael Connelly

Apr 05, 2011 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing

Michael Connelly’s new legal thriller starring Mikey Haller, The Fifth Witness, hits bookstores today. Here, Connelly discusses the perils of writing about a defense attorney, the source of his courtroom knowledge and the connection between Mikey and Matthew McConaughey. Question: Michael, in The Fifth Witness, we learn that times have been tough for criminal defense […]

An Excerpt from The Lincoln Lawyer: Chapter 3

Mar 18, 2011 in Books, Film, Guest Posts

The Lincoln Lawyer, the film based on Michael Connelly’s bestselling novel arrives in movie theaters today. As Connelly wrote on The Huffington Post,” it has been a ten-year journey from inspiration to book to film and the miles along the way have been replete with serendipity and good luck.” Here, we present Chapter 3 of […]

An Excerpt from The Lincoln Lawyer: Chapter 2

Mar 15, 2011 in Books, Film, Guest Posts

On March 18, Michael Connelly’s bestselling legal thriller The Lincoln Lawyer is set to hit movie theaters, starring Matthew McConaughey, Ryan Phillippe, Marisa Tomei and more.  Mulholland Books is excerpting the first three chapters from the book,accompanied by stills from the film, as well as some surprises along the way. Visit Michael Connelly’s Facebook page to […]

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 […]

Michael Connelly Drives Mulholland: EXCLUSIVE Video

Oct 05, 2010 in Books

Today is the publication date of Michael Connelly’s new novel The Reversal, which we of course devoured the minute we got our hands on it. Michael Connelly is an amazing writer and chronicler of Los Angeles. Below is a video, exclusive to of Michael Connelly driving on Mulholland Drive, talking about The Reversal and […]

Why Mark Billingham is a Badass

Aug 26, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Mark Billingham has been a crime-fiction sensation in the UK since his first novel, Sleepyhead, was published in 2001 to great acclaim and success. The protagonist of that book, Detective Inspector Tom Thorne, has appeared in many subsequent novels and is now a beloved figure in British crime lit. Billingham earned his success. Raised in […]

Heating Up the Cold Case Files

Aug 25, 2010 in Books, Guest Posts

I found the remote mansion of the “living Sherlock Holmes” before noon. Richard Walter was a withered, thin man with the face of Poe and a suit that stank of menthol Kools. I sat in the Victorian parlor where baffled cold-case detectives and federal agents came to glimpse the heart of darkness. My host offered […]