Morning Crime Links

I reviewed Carol Wyer's "Last Lullaby" (Bookouture) at Unlawful Acts.

"Bronzeville Books" by Danny Gardner (Mystery Fanfare)

Aimee Hix on the imposter syndrome (Jungle Red Writers)

"On The Casual Sociopathy of the Comfortable Mystery" by Gytha Lodge (CrimeReads)

"'We Need to Throw Out Our Computers' — The Thrills of Researching Cybercrime" by Chloe Sunstone (Criminal Element)

"When Dell Flipped on Mystery Readers" by J. Kingston Pierce (CrimeReads)

"Love Bites: Call for Submissions" (3:AM Magazine)

"Favorite Books of 2018" (Black Guys Do Read)

"Maya Corrigan – A BOLO Books Composite Sketch" (BOLO Books)

"Guest Art Taylor and Being Uncomfortable" by Liz Mugavero (The Wickeds)

"Stick to the Path? Wander A Little? (On short stories, subplots, points of view, and more...)" by Art Taylor (SleuthSayers)

"My Favorite Crime Flicks of 2018" by Jedidiah Ayres (hardboiled wonderland)

"Method Writing" by Richard Thomas (LitReactor)

"Marie Kondo’s advice about getting rid of books fails to spark joy in some readers" by Michael Shaub (Los Angeles Times

"Richard Oakes led Native Americans to occupy Alcatraz in 1969 — his tragic story is finally being told" by Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Los Angeles Times)
Book Reviews
"Old Ghosts" by Nik Korpon (Down & Out Books) (Black Guys Do Read)

"True Detective" by Max Allan Collins (Tor Books) (Bitter Tea and Mystery)

"Trail of Echoes" by Rachel Howzell Hall (Forge Books) (Kevin's Corner)

"An Anonymous Girl" by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen (St. Martin's) (BOLO Books)

"Like to Die" by David Housewright (Minotaur Books) (Sons of Spade)
Short Stories
"The Bench" by Paul Matts (Punk Noir Magazine)

"Mixed With Reality" by Robert Ragan (Punk Noir Magazine)

"Fast Freddie & the West Texas Wives" by Mick Rose (Punk Noir Magazine)
Featured Book of the Day
by Dana King

(Down & Out Books)

“Ten-Seven is a prime example of the kind of small-town procedural that tells you as much about the town and its denizens as it does the crime at hand. The kind of solid plotting and characterizations I love in another favorite Pennsylvania crime writer, the great KC Constantine.” —Scott Phillips, author of The Ice Harvest and The Walkaway

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