A Nun, Walter Mosley, and Lee Matthew Goldberg

Small Crimes Wednesday morning links are out featuring Lee Matthew Goldberg, Walter Mosley, Sara Hills, and much more.

“The Ancestor” by Lee Matthew Goldberg is out at All Due Respect Books. As Matt Phillips said, “I expected a crime novel, but I got a spell-binding epic, an epistolary revelation, a tale as rich as a paying gold mine.”

Over at Killer Nashville, Matthew Farrell on the joys and horrors of editing your manuscript. Farrell is the author of “Don’t Ever Forget” (Thomas & Mercer; 2020)

The First Two Pages: “Hell Week” by Greg Dahlager over at Art Taylor’s blog.

Review of Luc Sante’s “Maybe the People Would Be the Times” (Verse Chorus Press; 2020) at Vol. 1 Brooklyn.

Review of “The French Widow” by Mark Pryor (Seventh Street Books; 2020) at Col’s Criminal Library.

At Cheap Pop, “Holy Jesus, There’s a Nun in Ikea”, a shorty story, by Sara Hills.

Interview with Joshua Hood, author of the Search and Destroy Black Ops thriller series, at Meet the Thriller Author podcast.

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