The Lineup: Wednesday Links

Police lineupAli Karim has an in-depth interview with Alan Glynn up at The Rap Sheet that you should go check out.

Peter Rozovsky’s post on the changing tone of Martin Limón’s crime novels makes for some insightful reading, as does the continuing discussion.

If you’re playing movie trailer catch-up, here’s the intriguing trailer of the upscale horror flick THE DREAM HOUSE:

…and the trailer of the upcoming adaptation of Janet Evanovich’s ONE FOR THE MONEY:

Thoughts, esteemed Mulholland Books readers?

In Mulholland news, today marks the publication date of Thomas Mullen’s amazing, literary genre-bender THE REVISIONISTS! Check out the stellar reviews the novel has received from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (“Expansive … superb … Mullen is a skilled storyteller”), Publishers Weekly (“Excellent … The complex concatenation of events that follows make this book a one-sitting read”), Booklist (“[An] intriguing thriller [that] serves up a heaping helping of paranoia”), Library Journal (“[An] outstanding dystopic novel”), as well as at the blogs Chamber Four, Birth of a New Witch, PhiloBiblos, and At Home with Books, and Genre Go Round Reviews.

And check out Matthew F. Jones’ list of his favorite novels on The Bare Necessities!

Did we missing something sweet? Share it in the comments! We’re always open to suggestions for next week’s post! Get in touch at mulhollandbooks@hbgusa.com or DM us on Twitter.