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A Double Shot of Wry
Author Neal Barrett, Jr.
"...Judge Dredd, and Barb Wire. In all, over forty-something novels and countless miscellaneous works...."

Nov. 28, 1997 Books Feature by Mike Shea

Love in the Time of 'Green Darkness'
Don't judge Anya Seton's reissued biographical novels by their romance and bad covers
"...the public appetite for historical themes, exotic locations, romantic mystery, and compelling heroines. Enter Anya Seton...."

Sept. 29, 2006 Books Feature by Margaret Moser

In Person
The first book Jasper Fforde remembers reading, he told the smiling crowd at BookPeople, is Alice in Wonderland. Which explains an awful lot.
"...awful lot. Fforde's claim to fame, a series of novels starring literary detective Thursday Next, recalls Lewis Carroll's cockeyed..."

March 12, 2004 Books Feature by Robert Faires

Bedside Manner: Chasing the 'Infinite' Dragon
What do you read next when you really, really loved what you last read?
" it has socially. There are many, many great novels with their own fan clubs (among them Marilyn Robinson's..."

Oct. 17, 2011 Books Post by Sarah Smith

Big Mischief
Like the protagonist in his latest novel, Miss Spellbinder's Point of View, novelist Edward Swift is still battling the "disease of the literal minded."
"...brash insistence that the characters who populate his fantastical novels are with us, right now, on this corner; they..."

Nov. 1, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

The Waiting Is the Hardest Part
How Mr. Denton Spent His Summer Vacation
"...French literary award that remains a bit of a mystery. He traveled to Lawrence, Kansas to get the Campbell..."

July 31, 1998 Books Feature by Mike Shea

July Is Crime Month: The Crime Blotter, Week 3
A curated guide to unlawful activities around town July 16-22
"...Mystery Book Club: Murder of a Beauty Shop Queen For..."

July 16, 2018 Arts Post by Robert Faires

July Is Crime Month
As summer heats up, the 'Chronicle' runs afoul of the law, in fiction and nonfiction
"...season, but when a curiously large number of new mystery and true crime books slated for summer release was..."

July 4, 2014 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Big Show
Comic-Con has gone Hollywood, but Austin's comics pros say it's still the place to be
" of Vertigo's Jack of Fables and House of Mystery series, it's not just the charge of meeting colleagues;..."

Aug. 15, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The American Voice
Jonathan Franzen's "The Corrections," and other new releases
"...Margot Livesey's previous novels (Homework, Criminals, and last year's The Missing World) have..."

Sept. 21, 2001 Books Feature by Martin Wilson

Time Regained
", but themes and characters from all the preceding novels recur throughout the dreamlike narrative. I should also hasten..."

Oct. 6, 2000 Movie Review by Russell Smith

Dead Man's Bay / Leavin' Trunk Blues
"...Leavin' Trunk Blues A Nick Travers Mystery..."

June 30, 2000 Books Review by Mike Shea

Can Tom Zigal Really Say That?
"The truth is, I didn't know a thing about the world of mystery writers and crime publishing," Tom Zigal, the author of three mystery novels, says. Chronicle writer Dick Holland discovers why Zigal might say such a thing and why it may not matter in light of Pariah, Zigal's new installment in the Kurt Muller mystery series.
"...Goldie Hawn," Zigal asserts). But the idea for a mystery novel set in Aspen, with its radically opposed factions..."

Sept. 17, 1999 Books Feature by Dick Holland

Making Lists
"...owns the Modern Library imprint listed the 100 best novels of the 20th century in English; suddenly, the fin..."

Jan. 1, 1999 Books Feature by Dick Holland

Deconstructing Harry
"...or personally. Game genre efforts such as Manhattan Murder Mystery and Bullets Over Broadway begat the dreadful miscalculation of..."

Dec. 26, 1997 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Dyed-in-the-Wool Fan
The Historical Fiction of Diana Gabaldon
"...of historical fiction pioneer Sir Walter Scott who built novels around Scotland's Rob Roy McGregor and England's Lord Ivanhoe,..."

Dec. 26, 1997 Books Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Road Sign Language
Lost Highway Screenwriter Barry Gifford
" Jim Thompson. After discovering French translations of Thompson's novels on a trip to Paris in 1983, he purchased..."

Feb. 28, 1997 Screens Feature by Sid Moody

The eighth annual Texas Writers Month begins in a few days.
"...° Legendary mystery matriarch P.D. James will be at Barnes & Noble..."

April 27, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

Austin Playhouse's Holmes and Watson
The joy in this staging of Jeffrey Hatcher's play is seeing the good doctor deduce which of three Sherlocks is the real deal
"...creator failed in the attempt. In 1893, after two novels and two dozen short stories left him weary of..."

Sept. 13, 2019 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Linklater/Hawke/Black: The Complete Transcript
"...ALL the time—you act, you direct, you do graphic novels, is there–..."

March 11, 2016 Screens Feature

Lit-urday: The Fever
Megan Abbott novel outfits high schoolers in a fetching shade of noir
"...successfully mine the territory: The Fever, like her recent novels Dare Me and The End of Everything, uses the..."

July 5, 2014 Books Post by Amy Kamp

In the Thicket of It
Prolific Texan author Joe R. Lansdale is back with a hellish and hilarious new novel
"...he's won plenty of awards – Bram Stokers, Edgars, Mystery Writers of America, etc. – in the process?)..."

Oct. 25, 2013 Books Feature by Marc Savlov

Being Blocked
British author Jim Crace was struggling with a new book set in Austin. Then Austin came calling.
"...Birmingham, England, the author of such varied and revered novels as Quarantine (1997), Being Dead (1999), and The Devil's..."

Feb. 8, 2008 Books Feature by Shawn Badgley

The Latest in Paper
Kurt Wallender, a senior detective with the Ystad Police Department, is the focus of a series of international bestsellers by Swedish author Henning Mankell. Police procedurals, these kinds of novels are called, but these books are about police procedure the way Philip K. Dick's science fiction was about star wars: not really.
"...or perpetrators of these murders, then, will be a mystery. And that's where the police detectives come in. Further,..."

Dec. 26, 2003 Books Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

The Second Half of the Double Feature
Jesse Sublett on Willeford anthologized
"...and critical acclaim with a series of four crime novels (Miami Blues, New Hope for the Dead, Sideswipe, The..."

Aug. 29, 2003 Books Review by Jesse Sublett

The last time we heard about Karla Faye Tucker, she was being executed; now, almost four years later, there's a new novel about her. Or about someone very like her. And Beverly Lowry's classic Crossed Over, a memoir about getting to know Karla Faye Tucker, gets a reissue.
"...about Love Her Madly (Holt, $25), her new detective mystery about the pending execution of Rona Leigh Glueck, an..."

Jan. 18, 2002 Books Column by Clay Smith

Lansdale's Revenge
For umpty-some years now Joe Lansdale has been terrorizing the book world with radically weird, unsettlingly violent, and often indefinable short stories, novellas, and novels. What happens when he veers toward the mainstream?
"...unsettlingly violent, and often indefinable short stories, novellas, and novels. And alternately entertaining the hell out of readers with..."

Sept. 29, 2000 Books Feature by Mike Shea

Book Reviews
For the Relief of Unbearable Urges: Stories
"...Pi can turn things around, as readers of popular novels know, is with the love of a good man..."

June 11, 1999 Books Review

Romancing the Holmes
What inspired Sherry Thomas to turn Sherlock into Charlotte?
"...of months we’ve seen a couple of contemporary romance novels break into the quote unquote literary mainstream with The..."

Oct. 2, 2018 Arts Post by Rosalind Faires

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
"...abuse, mental illness, and forbidden love converge in this mystery involving a mother and daughter who were thought to..."

Jan. 31, 2017 SXSW Post by Richard Whittaker

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