Online Issue 14

Author Lee Murray talks about her novel, Into the Sounds, and how traveling has shaped her life and writing, the actor she'd pick to play her protagonist for the series and her faithful author assistant, Bella. Stuart R. West drops by to talk about his faithful companion, Zak, and his novels Secret Society (which may be one of … Continue reading Online Issue 14

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Online Issue 8

  On the book front... Paul D. Brazill talks about Last Year's Man while I weigh in with my quick take on Brazill's latest Anne Frasier is back with The Body Counter and she shares her music soundtrack with us Do you know who Brian Cohn is? If you don't, time to go buy a … Continue reading Online Issue 8

Online Issue 7

Kevin Wignall talks about his new novel, To Die in Vienna, which is going to be a major motion picture starring Jake Gyllenhaal and I weigh in with my review. Chris Roy chats about his short story collection, Her Name Is Mercie, and his journey to publication. Jo Perry has a big author event coming … Continue reading Online Issue 7

Online Issue 5

What is Furry Noir? You know you have to click now to find out. Bill Kieffer talks about Mount TBR, what you'll find there and bookcrossing. Is My Colorblind Rainbow one of the best book titles ever? Chanel Hardy talks about her inspirational YA story. Which protagonist is cranking up Ruth Etting, Billie Holiday and … Continue reading Online Issue 5

Online Issue #1

Our first online issue is live now! Earl Javorksy, Gabino Iglesias, Andrew Nette, Tom Piccirilli, David Swinson, Alex Segura, James Sallis, Peter Watts, Stuart MacBride, Christine Mangan, Patricia Abbott, Joe R Lansdale and Kasey Lansdale, Dana King and more. What's the deal with online issues? Find out more here.  

Review: Tangerine by Christine Mangan

Review by Gloria Feit From the publisher:  "It’s about Alice Shipley and Lucy Mason, at one time the closest of friends, now wedged apart by a chilling secret.  They find themselves reunited in Morocco in 1956, where revolution is imminent, though it seems like the real warfare is between the two of them.  The dusty … Continue reading Review: Tangerine by Christine Mangan