Small Crimes: Friday Reads

Small Crimes Friday Reads features Amazon, The New York Times, Gabino Iglesias, Lit Reactor, Henry Rollins, John Waters, Los Angeles Times, Scott Montgomery, MysteryPeople, CrimeReads, Owen Mullen, Bloodhound Books, Mystery Thriller Week, Ray Carver, Emily Temple, Literary Hub, Don Winslow, Black Guys Do Read, James Ziskin, Seventh Street Books, Kevin’s Corner, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Mariner Books, Mitchell Kaplan, D.W. Buffa, and Polis Books.

I’m not going to read this, but you can, their Summer Books Preview (The New York Times)

“Amazon Investors Reject Proposals on Climate Change and Facial Recognition” (The New York Times)

“5 Reasons Amazon is a Necessary Evil” by Gabino Iglesias (Lit Reactor)

“Henry Rollins on the road with John Waters’ memoir, “Mr. Know-It-All'” (Los Angeles Times)

Interview with Scott Montgomery of MysteryPeople (CrimeReads)

Interview with Owen Mullen, author of “Out of Silence” (Bloodhound Books) (Mystery Thriller Week)

I loved this: “50 Raymond Carver Covers from Around the World” by Emily Temple (Literary Hub)

Short Story: “Across A Knife Edge” By Harris Coverley (Mystery Tribune)

Book Review: “The Border” by Don Winslow (Black Guys Do Read)

Book Review: “Styx & Stone: An Ellie Stone Mystery” by James W. Ziskin (Seventh Street Books) (Kevin’s Corner)

Podcast: Interview with Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, author of “Friday Black” (Mariner Books) (The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan)

Book: “The 45th” by D.W. Buffa (Polis Books)

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