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August 14, 2020
Review: Netflix's 'Project Power' flexes its muscles nicely
Imagine taking a little pill that could make you strong and vibrant, one that basically unlocks your yearning potential.
August 10, 2020
Review: Bombings and a disappearance fuel Parker's new novel
“Then She Vanished,” by T. Jefferson Parker (Putnam) With each new book in T. Jefferson Parker’s series featuring San Diego ...
August 03, 2020
Book Review: Hank Phillippi Ryan teeters on the improbable
“The First to Lie,” by Hank Phillippi Ryan (Forge) The first liar we meet in Hank Phillippi Ryan’s “First to Lie” is Nora, ...
July 27, 2020
Review: Jon Land channels James Bond with new thriller
“Strong from the Heart,” by Jon Land (Forge) Fans of Jon Land’s thrillers featuring fifth-generation Texas Ranger Caitlin ...
June 29, 2020
Review: Paul Doiron cranks up a suspenseful, fast-paced plot
“One Last Lie,” by Paul Doiron (Minotaur) Fifteen years ago, a young Maine game warden went undercover to investigate a ...
June 13, 2020
Floyd’s death hastens shift in police pop culture portrayals
Gary Phillips, a prize-winning crime novelist from Los Angeles, grew up on TV shows that showed a world nothing like the one ...
April 20, 2020
Review: Old West famous feud comes to life in 'Tombstone'
“Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday, and the Vendetta Ride From Hell,” by Tom Clavin (St. Martin’s Press) In 1881, ...
April 06, 2020
Review: Novelist Don Winslow goes small and succeeds wildly
“Broken” by Don Winslow (William Morrow) Don Winslow, whose work includes a dozen of the finest crime novels written in the ...
March 19, 2020
Former prosecutor sues Netflix over Central Park 5 series
Former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein has sued Netflix and film director Ava DuVernay over her portrayal in the ...
March 18, 2020
Q&A: Brian De Palma on why movies should be beautiful
Movie theaters may be shuttered across the country, and projects delayed, but there is still newly released work of lurid and ...
March 09, 2020
Barbara Neely, creator of black female sleuth series, dies
Award-winning mystery writer Barbara Neely, who created the first black female sleuth series in mainstream American ...
March 06, 2020
Review: A single mother pursues justice in `Hide Away'
“Hide Away,” Thomas & Mercer, by Jason Pinter Single mother Rachel Marin has taken her two kids and moved to another city to ...
March 03, 2020
Are these 8 `perfect' murders a case of life imitating art?
“Eight Perfect Murders,” William Morrow, by Peter Swanson It’s a cold, snowy winter in Boston, where Malcolm Kershaw, five ...
March 03, 2020
Review: `Long Range' is filled with twists and red herrings
“Long Range,” G.P. Putnam's Sons, by C.J. Box It’s been 19 years since C.J. Box introduced us to Wyoming game warden Joe ...
February 26, 2020
Review: P.I. Leonid McGill returns in `Trouble Is What I Do'
“Trouble Is What I Do,” Mulholland Books, by Walter Mosley Many years ago, a Mississippi bluesman named Catfish Worry had an ...
February 18, 2020
Review: Author keeps tension high in `The Sun Down Motel'
“The Sun Down Motel,” Berkley, by Simone St. James Author Simone St. James knows that true terror, as she effectively ...
February 16, 2020
Writer AE Hotchner, friend to Hemingway, Newman, dead at 102
A.E. Hotchner, a well-traveled author, playwright and gadabout whose street smarts and famous pals led to a loving, but ...
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