Month: March 2022

  • John D. MacDonald

    by Tim Suddeth John D. MacDonald was one of the most prolific and acclaimed American writers. He is best known for his Travis McGee series and the many TV shows taken from his writing. Stephen King praised MacDonald as “The great entertainer of our age, and a mesmerizing storyteller.” But he cut his chops by […]

  • Daughter of the Morning Star by Craig Johnson

    Daughter of the Morning Star (Viking, 2021) is Craig Johnson’s 17th novel in the Walt Longmire Mysteries series.

  • Reacher or Hardboiled, here’s a little something for everyone

    Whether it is people looking back at the classics, or the number of future best-sellers that are coming out in the next few weeks, there is a book or show for everyone. 

  • Canine Mystery Novels

    A canine mystery usually represents a dog as a pet, as a dog on a job (K-9s), or telling the story from their point of view.

  • How Do Writers Find Time To Write?

    How do writers find time to write? Ooo, this should be good. I think this is one of the most popular questions that writers ask themselves. Right up there with ‘Am I really a writer?’ So, let me share two interviews with writers who have find the precious time that feels like getting water out […]