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Mystery Writing Resources
Stephen King and Gillian Flynn Win 2015 Edgar Awards (2015-05-01): Stephen King, Gillian Flynn and James Ellroy were all winners at the 2015 Edgar Awards.
William Morrow Announces Witness, a Digital Mystery/Thriller Imprint (2013-04-30): William Morrow has announced plans to launch Witness, a digital imprint that will publish mystery, suspense and thriller novels. The imprint will launch in October, 2013.
Val McDermid, Lee Child, Kathy Reichs, Jeffery Deaver Competing for Million For a Morgue Campaign (2011-10-31): Top crime and mystery writers have joined together for the Million for a Morgue campaign.
DC Entertainment to Publish Steig Larsson's Millennium Trilogy as Graphic Novels (2011-10-12): DC Entertainment and its Vertigo will adapt
Steig Larsson's Millennium Trilogy novels into graphic novels.
Author Proposes to Girlfriend in Mystery Novel (2011-04-10): The Guardian reports that novelist Christopher Currie proposed to his girlfriend in the acknowledgements page of his first mystery novel, The Ottoman Motel (Text Publishing).
Valerie Plame to Write Spy Novels With Mystery Author Sarah Lovett (2011-03-30): The New York Times reports that Valerie Plame, a former covert C.
Laura Lippman's New Thriller Sells More Ebooks Than Hardcovers (2010-08-27): The Wall Street Journal's Digits blog reports that Laura Lippman's new thriller, I'd Know You Anywhere, sold more ebooks than hardcovers during its first five days on sale.
Higgins Clarks Celebrated Mother's Day on Bestsellers List (2010-05-10): ABC News reports that Mary Higgins Clark and daughter Carol Higgins Clark both had bestselling novels on the New York Times bestsellers list on Mother's Day.
MWA Teams Up With SFWA to Support Writer Beware (2009-08-11): The Mystery Writers of America (MWA) is going to co-sponsor the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America's (SFWA) Writer Beware program.
Harry Patterson Celebrates 50 Years of Writing (2009-01-21): Novelist Harry Patterson - who is known to readers as Jack Higgins - is celebrating his 50th year of writing this year.
Alafair Burke and the Serial Killer (2007-09-03): Author Alafair Burke talks
about her hot new book, Dead Connection (Henry Holt).
Michael Chabon and the Many Genres (2007-04-30): Michael Chabon discusses
his new book, The Yiddish Policemen's Union, a novel which imagines what would have happened had a real proposal to relocate persecuted World War II Jews to Alaska had actually happened.
Jasper Fforde and the Fourth Bear (2006-08-09): Jasper Fforde discusses his new book The Fourth Bear, the latest in his Nursery Crime series, with Rob Thomas of The Capital Times.
Daniel Craig Already Signed For Bond Sequel (2006-03-21): We're starting to have some serious doubts about producer Barbara Broccoli's state of mind these days.
Statisticians Baffled by Da Vinci Code's Success (2005-12-30): British statisticians are simply dumbfounded
by the incredible success of the bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.
Emma Roberts to Play Nancy Drew in Film (2005-09-28): Emma Roberts has been hired to play Nancy Drew in an upcoming movie.
Larry Block Hits the Streets (2005-08-01): In addition to traveling to the furthest ends of the globe at the drop of a hat, mystery author Lawrence Block is also fond of issuing somewhat startling pronouncements to his fans.
Barbara Delinsky Goes Back to Peyton Place (2005-07-13): New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky is returning to Peyton Place.
A Conversation With Gary Tigerman (2003-12-01): Gary Richard Tigerman grew up in California's
Valley biking to public school,
splashing around the backyard pool, and secretly
reading Bradbury and Heinlein under the covers
with a flashlight.
A Conversation With Lyn Hamilton (2003-10-01): As a young girl, bestselling mystery novelist
dreamed of visiting exotic locales, such as the Great Pyramids,
the Yucatan and Thailand.