Thursday, January 27, 2011

COLD SHOT NYC launch party

Weather be damned, tomorrow (1/28) night's launch party for COLD SHOT TO THE HEART is still on at New York’s historic Mysterious Bookshop from 6:30 to 8 p.m. (COLD SHOT is also MB's hard-boiled book club pick for Feb. Reviews can be found here. Beer, wine and refreshments will be served, and festivities will continue afterward at the Raccoon Lodge, directly across the street. The Mysterious Bookshop is located at 58 Warren St. in Tribeca, just a block from the Chambers Street subway station (1,2,3, A,C,E) and a short walk north of the WTC PATH station (map below). (212) 587-1011.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Monday, January 24, 2011

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Book Brahmin

Shelf Awareness gave me a chance to play Book Brahmin this week, and plug some excellent works by Reed Farrell Coleman, David Corbett and others.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Calling all psychopaths

Tonight (1/19) I'll be appearing at the New York Public Library's Mid-Manhattan Branch at 6:30 for a Mystery Writers of America panel titled "Without Conscience: Why Psychopaths Make Such Interesting Characters." Joining me will be authors Katia Lief, Alice Loweecey, Jonathan Maberry, Wendy Corsi Staub and moderator Anthony Rainone. Copies of COLD SHOT TO THE HEART will be available, courtesy of the Mysterious Bookshop. The library is located at 40th Street and Fifth Avenue, and the event will be held on the Sixth Floor (212) 340-0837.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Out today

My fourth novel, COLD SHOT TO THE HEART, is in stores today (1/18), and available on-line and in both Kindle and Nook versions.

The reviews below were just posted this weekend:





^ And my thoughts on Dashiell Hammett's THE GLASS KEY, over at MYSTERY SCENE

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

GTN trade paperback & new review

The trade paperback edition of GONE 'TIL NOVEMBER goes on-sale today. To mark it, is offering a limited-time 37% off sale ($9.37, regular $14.99) if you order on-line.

Also today, Elizabeth A. White makes GTN her first review of 2011, over at her book review blog, Musings of an All-Purpose Monkey.