Mystery: Page: 2

This is page 2 of the Mystery posts on Wruters Write.


  • 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.

  • Katherine Heigl Talks Stephanie Plum Role (2010-03-20): Katherine Heigl has a message for Stephanie Plum fans.

  • Katherine Heigl is Stephanie Plum (2010-02-09): It's been a very long wait for Janet Evanovich fans.

  • Patricia Cornwell Suing Financial Advisors Over $40 Million Loss (2009-10-20): Bestselling author Patricia Cornwell is suing her financial advisors and accountants for negligence.

  • 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), in a new interview.

  • Michael Chabon and the Many Genres (2007-04-30): Michael Chabon's new detective novel is described as a literary fusion cuisine by USA Today. Chabon is skilled at writing in many genres.

  • 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.

  • Amazon Sales of Scooter Libby Novel Soar After Indictment (2005-10-29): OK, you now know that Irve Lewis

  • Agatha Christie Inspires Video Game (2005-10-26): The Adventure Company today released 75 Facts About the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie to celebrate the upcoming release of the first-ever video game based on the works of Dame Agatha.

  • 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.

  • Jordan Bans Saddam Hussein's Novel (2005-06-28): Ousted Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's novel called Get Out You Damned has been banned by Jordan officials who say the novel could harm relations between Jordan and Iraq.

  • Frank Miller Defends Violence in Sin City (2005-05-20): Comic book writer Frank Miller responded to criticism that his film, Sin City, is too violent and might promote violence in society.