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Year End Review: When Children Don’t Come Home

Dec 28, 2012 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

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! Everyone reacts differently to the disappearance of a child. […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Oct 11, 2012 in Weekly links

We made it out to Bouchercon last weekend to see Duane Swierczynski’s FUN AND GAMES win the Shamus for Best Paperback Original PI Novel–congrats, Duane! All the more reason to look forward to April of next year, when POINT AND SHOOT, the final in the now accolade-winning Hardie trilogy, hits bookstores… The Rap Sheet has […]

Start Reading Say You’re Sorry

Oct 09, 2012 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Eager to get started on Michael Robotham’s newest Joe O’Loughlin novel SAY YOU’RE SORRY, which Kirkus calls “subtle, smart, compelling and blessed with both an intelligent storyline and top-notch writing,” but can’t make it  to Murder By the Book in Houston tonight to meet Michael and hear him read? We’ve got you covered– My name […]

Why I Became a Psychologist

Oct 04, 2012 in Guest Posts

Joe O’Loughlin, protagonist of Michael Robotham’s acclaimed O’Loughlin series, was kind enough to stop by the office today on a connecting flight to Bouchercon, where he’s meeting Robotham to promote his newest, SAY YOU’RE SORRY. We’re happy to report that not only is Joe a beacon of morality in dark times, he’s also a really […]

The Beauty Queen Killer

Sep 25, 2012 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Michael Robotham’s BLEED FOR ME, which Booklist called “crime fiction of the highest order” in a starred review, is now available in paperback in bookstores everywhere. Join the celebration with the below guest post by Michael Robotham on the chilling, real-life inspiration for the novel’s villain. Villains are more fun to write than heroes. They […]

The Disapearance of Lynette Dawson

Sep 24, 2012 in Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Twenty-eight years ago, a young mother disappeared from her home in Sydney’s northern suburbs, leaving behind two daughters and a handsome football star husband.  Lynette Dawson, a nurse and childcare worker, has never been seen since, but the mystery of her fate continues to haunt her family, friends and neighbours. It also provided the seed […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Mar 21, 2012 in Weekly links

At The Kill Zone, Joe Moore has an insightful post about the pros and cons of using a pen name that’s definitely worth your time. The Rap Sheet has a great guest post from Brad Parks on the inspiration for his newest novel THE GIRL NEXT DOOR. Michael Robotham’s newest Joe O’Loughlin thriller BLEED FOR […]

Start reading BLEED FOR ME by Michael Robotham

Feb 29, 2012 in Excerpts, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors

Our celebration of the US publication of Michael Robotham’s BLEED FOR ME continues with an excerpt from the acclaimed novel. Don’t miss the psychological thriller that had Linwood Barclay raving: “Michael Robotham doesn’t just make me scared for his characters; he makes my heart ache for them.” ‘She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Feb 16, 2012 in Weekly links

Duane Swierczynski’s FUN AND GAMES has been nominated for a Barry Award for Best Paperback Original! Go Duane! Papers like the New York Times have been covering the shopping of Amanda Knox’s book proposal. What do you think? George Pelecanos’s WHAT IT WAS continues to receive great reviews–don’t miss coverage from the New York Times Book Review, which called […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

Feb 09, 2012 in Weekly links

Donato Carrisi’s THE WHISPERER received  a starred review from Library Journal that calls the novel: “Exquisite….Readers will be enthralled.” Congrats, Donato! And don’t miss excellent blogger reviews of THE WHISPERER from HorrorTalk and The Mystery Reader, too. The Washington Post reviewed WHAT IT WAS, calling it part of a body of work that amounts to “a […]