Tuesday, November 23, 2010

More Outsourced, Caretaker & Top Suspense Group


Booklist will be reviewing Outsourced Dec. 15th, and it's a good one, calling Outsourced 'A small gem of crime fiction'.


The trend continues of folks really digging The Caretaker of Lorne Field. Ron Clinton reviews Caretaker over at Spinetingler Magazine, saying among other things:

The Caretaker of Lorne Field has a wonderful mix of the tragic obsolescence of “Death of a Salesman’s” Willie Loman, the fantastical vision of Serling’s Twilight Zone, and the rural, gothic vibe of a Manly Wade Wellman tale. But along with this unique mishmash of themes and subtle undercurrents of humor and religiosity, it has a pulsing emotional core that immediately draws the reader in.

You can read Ron's review here.



Over at the Top Suspense Group Blog we introduce and interview the intrepid Bill Crider. More introductions and interviews will be running this week. Check it out here!.

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