Contents

A list of site contents is featured here. The Female & Diverse Authors page also lists all site content featuring female authors and diverse authors.

 

Author Features

Allan Guthrie: Tribute

Anne Frasier: Soundtrack for The Body Counter

Barbara Winkes: Casting Call for Secrets

Barbara Winkes: Soundtrack for The Amnesia Project

Benjamin Sobieck‘s Writing Soundtrack

Benjamin Sobieck‘s Author Corner

Bill Kieffer: Soundtrack for Cold Blood: Fatal Fables

Brian Cohn: Soundtrack for The Last Detective

Bill Kieffer‘s Author Corner

Bill Kieffer‘s TBR Pile

B.R. Stateham’s Author Jet Fuel

Brian Cohn: TBR Pile

Chanel Hardy: Writing Space

Chanel Hardy: Soundtrack for My Colorblind Rainbow

Earl Javorsky: TBR Pile

Earl Javorsky: Soundtrack for Down To No Good

Lee Murray: Bella, her trusty companion

Lee Murray: Casting Call for Into the Sounds

Paul Heatley: Casting Call for An Eye for An Eye

Richard Godwin: Soundtrack Feature

Roy Harper: Life on the Inside

Jo Perry: Author Assistant

Jon O’Bergh: Inheriting a love of storytelling

Jon O’Bergh: Soundtrack for The Shatter Point

Jon O’Bergh: TBR Pile

Paul D. Brazill: Soundtrack for Small Time Crimes

Paul Levine: Soundtrack for Bum Deal

Stuart R West: Zak, his trusty Pit-Bull mix

Tom Leins: Casting Call for Meat Bubbles & Other Stories

Terrence McCauley: Soundtrack for The Fairfax Incident

Tracy Clark: TBR Pile

Author Interviews

Ann Simas

Barbara WinkesThe Amnesia Project

Barbara WinkesSecrets

Barry Finlay

Bill Kieffer: Cold Blood: Fatal Fables

Brian Cohn: The Unraveling of Brendan Meeks

Chanel Hardy

Chanel HardyMy Colorblind Rainbow

Charles Salzberg

Chris Roy: Mercie

Dana KingBad Samaritan

Derek Thompson

Earl Javorsky

Gray Basnight

Guillermo StitchLiterature

Jo Perry

Jon O’BerghThe Shatter Point

Kevin WignallTo Die In Vienna

Lee MurrayInto the Sounds

Michael Niemann

Michael ZimeckiDeath Sentences

Nathan Singer

Nick Kolakowski: Slaughterhouse Blues

Nick Kolakowski: Boise Longpig Hunting Club

Patricia AbbottI Bring Sorrow

Paul D. BrazillLast Man Standing

Paul HeatleyAn Eye for An Eye

Rebecca Marks

R. G. Belsky

S.D. HintzThe Witching Well

Stuart R WestGhost of Gannaway

Stuart R WestSecret Society

Tom LeinsMeat Bubbles & Other Stories

Tracy ClarkBroken Places

Willie DavisNightwolf

 

Flashback Features

Jess Lourey

Laura Lippman

Stuart MacBride

 

Music Mondays

This is America – May 7, 2018

Make Me Feel – May 21, 2018

Exsanguination Blues – June 11, 2018

 

Opinion Pieces

Allan Guthrie: Tribute

The Current Inequality

 

Reviews

Bearskin by James A McLaughlin

Broken Ground by Val McDermid

Creatures of Want and Ruin by Molly Tanzer

Cult X by Fuminori Nakamura

The Dark Clouds Shining by David Downing

Dead if you Don’t by Peter James

Death of an Honest Man by M.C. Beaton

Don’t Eat Me by Colin Cotterill

Exit Strategy by Charlton Pettus

The First Prehistoric Serial Killer by Teresa Solana

The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan

The Fragile Ordinary by Samantha Young

Freeze-Frame Revolution by Peter Watts

The Girl in the Ice by Robert Brenda

Head Wounds: A Daniel Rinaldi Mystery by Dennis Palumbo

In Plain Sight: The Kaufman County Prosecutor Murders by Kathryn Casey

Literature by Guillermo Stitch

Macbeth by Jo Nesbo

The Middleman by Olen Steinhauer (Ruttan)

The Middleman by Olen Steinhauer (Feit)

Murder on the Left Bank by Cara Black

Nightwolf by Willie Davis

No Shred of Evidence by Charles Todd

The Oddling Prince by Nancy Springer

Robert B. Parker’s Colorblind by Reed Farrel Coleman

Robert B. Parker’s Little White Lies by Ace Atkins

Robert B Parker’s Old Black Magic by Ace Atkins

Salt by Hanna Moskowitz

The Shadow Killer by Arnaldur Indridason

Tangerine by Christine Mangan

Terror is our Business: Dana Roberts’ Casebook of Horrors by Joe Lansdale and Kasey Lansdale

To Die in Vienna by Kevin Wignall

The Unleashed by Brett Battles

Wabanaki Blues by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel

Walking Shadows by Faye Kellerman

The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon

Willnot by James Sallis

The Woman in the Woods by John Connolly

 

Soundtracks

Anne Frasier: Soundtrack for The Body Counter

Barbara Winkes: Soundtrack for The Amnesia Project

Benjamin Sobieck‘s Writing Soundtrack

Bill Kieffer: Soundtrack for Cold Blood: Fatal Fables

Brian Cohn: Soundtrack for The Last Detective

Chanel Hardy: Soundtrack for My Colorblind Rainbow

Earl Javorsky: Soundtrack for Down To No Good

Paul Levine: Soundtrack for Bum Deal

Richard Godwin: Soundtrack Feature

Jon O’Bergh: Soundtrack for The Shatter Point

Paul D. Brazill: Soundtrack for Small Time Crimes

Terrence McCauley: Soundtrack for The Fairfax Incident

 

Special Features

Allan Guthrie: Tribute

Beyond the Cliches

Friday’s Forgotten Books: Anne Frasier Edition

Good War, Great Men: A look at the 313th Machine Gun Battalion from WWI

The Current Inequality

The 100 Season 5 Episode 1

We Should All Read More International and Translated Crime Fiction

 

Tattoo Talk

Angel Luis Colón

Chris Holm

Gerard Brennan

Nik Korpon

Rob Hart

Steph Post

 

Issue Menus

Online Issue 1 

Online Issue 2

Online Issue 3

Online Issue 4

Online Issue 5

Online Issue 6

Online Issue 7

Online Issue 8

Online Issue 9

Online Issue 10

Issue #11

Issue #12

Issue #13

Issue #14

 

About

It used to be that people got their newspaper in the morning; in some cases they may have been able to purchase another edition later in the day. Back in the days of strictly reading print, however, people were limited to fixed publishing schedules.

The internet helped change that. The problem is, when people publish irregularly or infrequently it can be easy to miss things along the way.

While there may be times that posts are made throughout the week, the current plan is to produce at least two online issues per month. At this time, the focus will be on author interviews and author features, as well as reviews.

Short stories will be featured in our print issues. If funding allows they may be added to the online issues, but for now the print and online issues will have a different emphasis. Look for details about our first print issue soon.

 

Authors: Information is available online about how to set up an interview or have your book featured.

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