Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

The Wednesday edition of Small Crimes features links to PJ Parrish, Kill Zone, Jason Beech, Close to the Bone, Kevin Tipple, Michael Bracken, Kevin’s Corner, Marilynne Robinson, McSweeney’s, David Zeltserman, Fragments of Noir, Scott Dadich, Broad Street Review, Netflix, Joe Ricker, and Down & Out Books

PJ Parrish on why making mistakes is so important (Kill Zone)

My review of Jason Beech’s “Never Go Back” (Unlawful Acts)

Kevin Tipple reviewed the anthology “The Eyes of Texas: Private Eyes From The Panhandle To The Piney Woods” edited by Michael Bracken (Kevin’s Corner)

Marilynne Robinson, The Art of Fiction No. 198 (The Paris Review)

How to support your local bookstore instead of Amazon (McSweeney’s)

Still shots from the movie “Small Crimes”, based on David Zeltersman’s book (Fragments of Noir)

Review of Scott Dadich’s “Abstract: The Art of Design”, a Netflix documentary (Broad Street Review)

Joe Ricker’s “Some Awful Cunning”, a novel (Down & Out Books)

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