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Morning Crime Links

January 2ndj was the 100th anniversary of Charles Willeford (pictured above). Thanks to Don Herron for bringing it to my attention. 

"Notes from the Fringe: Social progress isn't about being comfortable" by E.A. Aymar (Washington Independent Review of Books)

My review of S.A. Cosby's "My Darkest Prayer" (Unlawful Acts)

"More than 50,000 books, films and songs are now in the public domain" by Michael Schaub (Los Angeles Times)

Colman Keane's pick of the month is something I always look forward to. (Col's Criminal Library)

"Tips on Writing a Domestic Thriller" by Jordan Dane (Kill Zone)

"Toward an Expanded Canon of Black Literature: How Some Black Writers Live, and Some Die" by Mateo Askaripour (Literary Hub)

"Chigozie Obioma: By the Book" (The New York Times)

Thriller Magazine is open for submissions. (My Little Corner)

Level Best Books has an anthology open for submissions. (My Little Corner)

"Bill's Best of 2018 Fiction" (Mysteries and More from Saskatchewan)

"Questions to Consider When Plotting a Scene" by C.S. Lakin (Jane Friedman)

"Early Arrives for Our Reading Attention" by J. Kingston Pierce (The Rap Sheet)

"Vol. 1 Brooklyn's January 2019 Book Preview" (Vol. 1 Brooklyn)

"Beat Readers – Are They Really Necessary?" by Victoria M. Patton (Whiskey and Writing)

"Top 10 Mysteries of 2018?" (The Poisoned Martini)
Book Reviews
"Joyland" by Stephen King (Hard Case Crime) (Keeper of the Pages)
Featured Book of the Day
My Darkest Prayer
by S.A. Cosby

(Intrigue)

From my review: "Cosby delivers a dark righteousness in this sharp debut novel that will grab you by the throat and not let you go."

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