The Lineup: Weekly Links

A truly red-letter five days for Mulholland Books! This week marked the publication of not one, not two, but three Mulholland titles, The House of Silk by Anthony Horowitz and Hell and Gone by Duane Swierczynski! Not to mention the release of five Jim Thompson classics in e-book format for the first time.

This week, MTV Geek ran a webcomic short written by Duane Swierczynski with art by Kody Camberlain. Curious about Kody’s creative process? Check it out below:

If you’re in the mood for more Hell and Gone, there’s also Duane’s guest post at on his imaginary soundtack for the novel.

Duane signed books and took questions with Megan Abbott and Lawrence Block as a presenter at The Myserious Bookshop this Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Rob W. Hart and The Mysterious Bookshop!

The House of Silk received amazing reviews from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, The Huffington Post, Pop Matters and Fantasy Book Critic after its publication on Monday. Anthony Horowitz’s Q&A with The Wall Street Journal is also not to be missed, just like the book itself!

Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, authors of Black Light (with Stephen Romano), have announced that they have begun work on a film adaption of their fiction debut, with Mike De Luca of The Social Network and Moneyball attached as a producer! Check out write-ups from IMDB, io9,, and Dread Central. If you missed their amazing trailer for the book, you can find it here.

Finally, Rockstar Games fans rejoice: Grand Theft Auto V is officially on its way! Announcement trailer follows:


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