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Review: Then She Was Born

April 25, 2017


Then She Was Born By Cristiano Gentili Translated by Lori Hetherington #HelpAfricanAlbinos January 2017 315 pages Born in a small village in Tanzania, the newborn girl is albino. Unlike the rest of the dark-skinned villagers, her skin is white due to lack of melanin. Her father is horrified and blames her mother who cruelly rejects […]

Review: School of the Dead

June 22, 2016


School of the Dead By Avi HarperCollins June 2016 288 pages Tony Gilbert thought his Uncle Charlie was a weird old man until he came to live with him and his parents. Uncle Charlie told great stories, played video games, and taught Tony how to use a slackline. Uncle Charlie even convinced Tony’s parents to […]

Review: The Foxglove Killings

October 27, 2015


The Foxglove Killings By Tara Kelly Entangled Publishing September 2015 390 pages Behind the quaint little tourist town façade of Emerald Cove, there’s a turf war going on between the townies and cakes – the rich kids – and Nova and her best-friend-with-benefits, Alex are right in the thick of it. Things turn grisly when […]

Witness publishes mysteries and thrillers in ebook

October 12, 2015


Witness Impulse is the digital publishing imprint of William Morrow (an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers) specializing in mysteries, suspense, and thrillers in ebook format. Launched in October 2013, Witness is the publisher of several bestselling authors. They have produced six national bestsellers led by Little Girl Lost by Brian McGilloway which spent six weeks on […]

Review: Water Ghosts

July 27, 2015


Water Ghosts By Linda Collison Old Salt Press, LLC May 2015 182 pages Fifteen-year old James McCafferty sees things other people don’t see – like dead people. And he hears things other people don’t hear – like the voices of dead people. His mother simply cannot deal with him so she ships him off to […]

Crime pays with these 3 publishers

July 20, 2015


Are you a crime fiction writer? Check out Brash Books and Crime Wave Press. Brash Books was founded by international men of mystery Lee Goldberg and Joel Goldman, both Edgar-Award nominated, bestselling authors. Lee Goldberg is the TV writer/producer of many of successful series and is the author of more than 40 books, including the […]

Two Coffeetown imprints accept queries in multiple genres

May 29, 2015


Coffeetown Press publishes memoirs, literary fiction, academic nonfiction, nonfiction, and literary mysteries. Coffeetown is an approved publisher with both International Thriller Writers (ITW) and Mystery Writers of America (MWA). Most memoirs have a strong theme that appeals to a specific audience. They only consider literary fiction with a strong story and a distinctive voice. It […]