Thanks, Publishers Weekly

Thanks, Publishers Weekly

STARRED REVIEWThe Cypress House Set in Florida in 1935, Koryta’s masterful follow-up to So Cold the River effectively combines supernatural terror with the suffocating fatalism of classic American noir. Since serving as a Marine in WWI, Arlen Wagner has been...
The Cypress House — UK Cover

The Cypress House — UK Cover

Nice and spooky! Love to see what different designers in different parts of the world do with the same material. Pretty humbling to have so many talented people investing their time.

Fun and games from the good folks at Hodder & Stoughton

I’ve never had a book trailer before, so I was intrigued when my publisher in the UK sent this along. I have to say I really enjoyed it, but there’s a slim chance of bias to my opinion. Just a chance. What do you think? Ready to read now?

Tragic news in the mystery community

http://www.murderbooks.com/ If you can make the memorial service, do so. If you can’t, buy a book from David Thompson’s store — we just lost the most passionate bookseller in the business, and one of the finest people I’ve ever known....

Happy 4th of July

Summer isn’t just upon us any longer, it has engulfed us. Always seems to sneak up, but this year, with a book release in early June, it seems to be vanishing with a speed I don’t recall since I was in school. Enjoy your holiday, and then figure out a way...
On genre

On genre

Thought I’d tackle this one after receiving an e-mail interview from the excellent writer Tom Piccirilli who said he’d begin by asking the obvious question, the one I’m probably tired of answering: why switch genre? I realized that beyond being a...