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Author Interview – Tom Pitts

Mysterious Book Report Tom Pitts

Interview With The Author:  Tom Pitts by John Dwaine McKenna This week’s interview is one we’ve been looking forward to since last year, when MBR No. 300 reviewed American Static, calling it “One of the finest noir yarns we’ve read in years.”  Now, author Tom Pitts is back, with a new piece of hard-boiled fiction, […]

Author Interview – Wallace Stroby

Mysterious Book Report Wallace Stroby

Interview With The Author: Wallace Stroby by John Dwaine McKenna  We’re fortunate this week that Wallace Stroby, one of crime fictions hottest young writers, was able and willing to take a short time-out from his swamped schedule down in south New Jersey to speak with the Mysterious Book Report about how he does what he […]

Mysterious Book Report No. 18 – Now &...

Now &Then by Robert B. Parker Putnam, 2007, $25.95, 296 pages, ISBN 978-0-399-15441-6 This week, I stuck my arm w-a-a-y down in the old book bag, and just like Jack Horner, pulled out a plum: an unread Spenser novel by Robert B.Parker titled, Now & Then.      The story begins when Spenser, Boston’s most well-known […]

Mysterious Book Report No. 16 – Robopocal...

ROBOPOCALYPSE by Daniel H. Wilson (Doubleday, $25.00, 347 pages, ISBN 978-0-385-53385-0) Through the magic of literature, the MBR NO. 16 will jump from the long-ago, (MBR No. 15), to the not so-distant future, with a book called ROBOPOCALYPSE,  about a war between robots and humans.  It’s a thriller-diller of a novel I found near-impossible to […]