Monthly Archives: August 2012

Double the Evil–Chelsea Cain and James Lee Burke

After my vacation, I settled down to 900 pages of stay-up-late pure evil with James Lee Burke’s Creole Belle and Chelsea Cain’s Kill You Twice. Thrills and suspense right up until the end. I’ve said it before: nobody quite writes … Continue reading

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An Interview with Clive Rosengren

Clive Rosengren has been an actor for the better part of the past forty years, eighteen of them pounding the same streets as private eye Eddie Collins does in his novel Murder Unscripted. Clive’s movie credits include Ed Wood, Soapdish … Continue reading

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Non-Words for July

Here are the non-words for July, with thanks to Lucia Hadella, Mary Williams, Jennifer Marcellus, Max Perry and Cat Ott for their contributions. Among other things this month, I learned that dastard and libate were actual words and playhem was … Continue reading

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