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Small Crimes: Wednesday Reads

Bleak Friday | Canada, Cops, Mistakes

“Canada, Cops, Mistakes” features Jennifer Hillier, Hannah Mary McKinnon, Roz Nay, Robyn Harding, Elena Taylor, Michael Pool, Paul J. Garth, and more.

Roundtable: Canadian Women Writers Talk Crime Fiction (The Thrill Begins)

Interview: James L’Etoile talked to Elena Taylor, author of “All We Buried” (Crooked Lane Press) (Do Some Damage)

Article: Frank Zafiro on being a cop and a writer, and what’s real and what’s not (Criminal Minds)

Article: The First Two Pages: “Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire” by Donna Andrews (Art Taylor, Writer)

Short Story: “Paper Boats” by Paul J. Garth (Tough)

Book Review: “Throwing Off Sparks” by Michael Pool (PI Tales) (Criminal Element)

Book Review: “Ash Mountain” by Helen FitzGerald (Orenda Books) (BOLO Books)

Book Review: “Girl Can’t Help It” by Max Allan Collins (Thomas & Mercer) (Bookgasm)

New Release: “Bleak Friday” by Various Artists (King Shot Press)

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Small Crimes: Monday Reads

Interview: Max Allan Collins interviewed by Nick Kolakowski and the talk inevitably wanders to Mike Hammer (Mystery Tribune)

Short Story: “I Guess You’ll Do . . . ” by Mick Rose (Punk Noir)

Book Review: “TV Noir – Dark Drama On The Small Screen” by Allen Glover (Abrams) (Stiletto Gumshoe)

Book Review: “The Tooth and the Nail / The Wife of the Red-Haired Man” by Bill S. Ballinger (Stark House Press) (Bookgasm)

TV: Jim Nesbitt took aim at some problems with the Bosch series (Jim Nesbitt)

Movies: Jedidiah Ayres rewatched “All The President’s Men” (Hardboiled Wonderland)

Business: Unsurprisingly, Barnes & Noble is having money problems (The Digital Reader)

Business: Data issues with Amazon and the Democrats want to investigate (Politico)

Pre-Order: “Recoil” edited by Ron Earl Phillips (Shotgun Honey)