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Morning Crime Links

Beau Johnson, pictured above, has a new short story out, it's "Last-Chance Charlie". (The Rye Whiskey Review)

"Changing the Face of Crime Fiction: 6 Writers of Color on Writing Mysteries, Crime Novels and Thrillers" by David Corbett (Writer's Digest)

"Must Writers Be Moral? Their Contracts May Require It" by Judith Shulevitz (The New York Times)

"Stop Meddling in My Genre - Part 1" by Lawrence Maddox (SleuthSayers)

"2018 - My Books of the Year" (Col's Criminal Library)

"How Do We Write About Evil?: Ece Temelkuran in conversation with Leland de la Durantaye" (Literary Hub)

"Alex Segura – A BOLO Books Composite Sketch" (BOLO BOOKS)

"'I wanted to be someone else': A Reading List about Con Artists, Grifters, and Imposters" (Longreads)

"Author Kathleen Hale, Who Stalked Goodreads Reviewer, To Release New Essay Collection Called ‘Kathleen Hale is a Crazy Stalker’" by Kayleigh Donaldson (Pajiba)

 
Book Reviews
"Deep Dirty Truth" by Steph Broadribb (Orenda Books) (Jen Med's Book Reviews)

"My Sister, the Serial Killer" by Oyinkan Braithwaite  (The Guardian)

"Amsterdam Noir" edited by René Appel and Josh Pachter (Akashic Books) (Crime Fiction Lover)
Featured Book of the Day
The Big Machine Eats
by Beau Johnson

(Down & Out Books)

“Beau Johnson excels at the base, those twisted places we don’t want to go. Whether that is sexually motivated, or fueled by revenge or something more sinister (if not all three at once), Johnson puts his subjects beneath the microscope. What we get is, yes, the truth, but more than that: we get an extreme close-up of the horrifically beautiful.” —Joe Clifford, author of The Jay Porter thriller series and the The One That Got Away

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