“Delinquents, Reading, and Finding Bodies” features Rachel Howzell Hall, Alex Segura, the problem with reading in a pandemic, book reviews, and much more.
Conversation: Rachel Howzell Hall and Alex Segura discussed crime fiction (Writer’s Digest)
Article: A neuroscientist on why it may be difficult for you to read (Vox)
Short Story: “A World Full of Strangers” by Stephen J. Golds (Bristol Noir)
Book Review: “Love is a Grift” by Graham Wynd (Fox Spirit Books) (Sonia Kilvington)
Book Review: “We Need To Do Something” by Max Booth III (Perpetual Motion Machine) (Dead End Follies)
Book Review: “Dead Man’s Mistress” by David Housewright (Minotaur) (Kevin’s Corner)
Book Review: “Blacktop Wasteland” by S.A. Cosby (Flatiron) (So Much To Talk About)
Film: K.A. Laity watched “The Party’s Over”, directed by Guy Hamilton (Punk Noir)
Photographs: Dave Jordano (Fragments of Noir)
Book: “Throwing Off Sparks” by Michael Pool (PI Tales)
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