Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Small Crimes Wednesday Reads features Rachel Howzell Hall, Forge Books, Walter Mosley, The Paris Review, Tracy Clark, Kensington, CrimeReads, Art Taylor, Autumn Christian, Lit Reactor, BOLO Books, David Hewson, Severn House, The Dorset Book Detective, Jack Bates, Shotgun Honey, Eric Beetner, S.W. Lauden, Susanna Calkins, Harry Hunsicker, Sherry Harris, Writer Types, Jeffery Hess, and Down & Out Books.

I reviewed Rachel Howzell Hall’s “They All Fall Down” (Forge Books, 2019) (Unlawful Acts)

A 2017 interview with Walter Mosley.* (The Paris Review)

“On Chicago, and the Joys and Agonies of Choosing a Setting for Your Crime Novel” by Tracy Clark, author of “Borrowed Time” (Kensington, 2019) (CrimeReads)

“The First Two Pages: ‘Borrowed Time'” by Tracy Clark (Art Taylor, Writer)

“How to Write Edgy Fiction Without Being Obnoxious” by Autumn Christian (Lit Reactor)

New releases from BOLO Books for the week of May 26, 2019 (BOLO Books)

Book Review: “The Savage Shore” by David Hewson (Severn House, 2018) (The Dorset Book Detective)

Short Story: “Portrait of a Hotel Photographer” by Jack Bates (Shotgun Honey)

Podcast: Eric Beetner and S.W. Lauden interview Susanna Calkins, Harry Hunsicker, and Sherry Harris (Writer Types)

Book: “No Salvation” by Jeffery Hess (Down & Out Books, 2019)

*Out from behind the paywall for a limited time.

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