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Covid, Fires, and Crime

Small Crimes: Weekend Edition

Covid, Fires, and Crime | The Brooklyn Trilogy by Robert J. Randisi

“Covid, Fires, and Crime – Small Crimes: Weekend Edition” features Tom Pitts, Dana King, Robert J. Randisi, Down & Out Books, 3:AM Magazine, and more.

Article: Tom Pitts, author of “Coldwater” (Down & Out Books), interviewed (One Bite at a Time)

Article: Dana King, author of “Pushing Water” (Down & Out Books), interviewed (Off the Cuff)

Article: Adam Scovell on reading crime fiction during the pandemic (3:AM Magazine)

Article: Alex George on letting it all burn, “Why Do Some Writers Burn Their Work” (Lit Hub)

Book Review: “Checkpoint Charlie” by Brian Garfield (Col’s Criminal Library)

Book: “The Brooklyn Trilogy” by Robert J. Randisi (Down & Out Books)

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Book Twitter, Vengeance, and Noir

Blacktop Wasteland by S.A. Cosby | "Book Twitter, Vengeance, and Noir"

“Book Twitter, Vengeance, and Noir”, the Weekend Edition of Small Crimes, features S.A. Cosby, R.G. Belsky, Andrew Nette, Christopher Ryan, and more.

Book Twitter: S.A. Cosby responds (Booklist)

Article: “5 Notorious Cold Cases: Crimes I’ve Covered That Will Probably Never Be Solved” by R.G. Belsky (Criminal Element)

Essay: “They Made Me a Fugitive” by Andrew Nette (Pulp Curry)

Article: Some updates from Jedidiah Ayres (Hardboiled Wonderland)

Essay: “The Haunting of Shirley Jackson” by Emily Alford (Jezebel)

Short Story: “Vengeance Come My Way” by Christopher Ryan (Shotgun Honey)

Book Review: “The Beat of Black Wings” edited by John Pachter (BOLOBooks)

Book Review: “The Marksman” by Brian Garfield (Col’s Criminal Library)

Magazine Review: Mystery Weekly Magazine, January 2020 (Kevin’s Corner)

Photographs: Big Lonely City #99 (Fragments of Noir)

Pre-order: “Blacktop Wasteland” by S.A. Cosby (Flatiron)

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