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Confessions of a Romance Virgin
Harlequin heats up a new market with its kickass Bombshell heroines
"...that intense relationships form, and none of the spy novels that I was reading at the time went there."..."

Oct. 22, 2004 Books Feature by Nora Ankrum

Little Scarlet: An Easy Rawlins Mystery
Despite the abundant emphasis on social message, the suspense plotting seems more tautly crafted than ever in Walter Mosley's eighth Easy Rawlins mystery
"...Little Scarlet: An Easy Rawlins Mysteryby Walter Mosley..."

Aug. 13, 2004 Books Review by Jesse Sublett

Land of Confusion
Michael Simon's first detective novel finds a transplanted New Yorker struggling to solve a murder in a 'completely different' Austin
"...Simon's story shows him literally piecing together a murder mystery. The pieces are of the victim's flesh, which keeps..."

July 30, 2004 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Taking Lives
Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke star in this disappointing thriller.
"...the filmmakers have neglected the essentials of an effective mystery: suspense, depth of characterization, and logic. (We are to..."

March 19, 2004 Movie Review by Marrit Ingman

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

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

TV Eye
Strong words from Edward James Olmos, and what's on this week.
"...Clooney stars as an ex-con who writes pulp crime novels hired to revitalize a failing TV show written by..."

Aug. 29, 2003 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Swimming Pool
Ozon’s film is like Eric Rohmer meets Brian DePalma – questions of identity and perception come to the fore, but slowly.
" trying nevertheless. On the one hand, it’s a mystery, a genre W. seems endlessly attracted to, although the..."

July 18, 2003 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Please form two lines and file in slowly.
"...should send up to 20 pages of their unpublished novels to the league in the categories of Mainstream, Mystery/..."

April 18, 2003 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The second year at the Hogwarts is better than the first, but still a bit sophomoric.
" film adaptations of the outrageously successful Harry Potter novels by J.K. Rowling. (So far, Rowling has only published..."

Nov. 15, 2002 Movie Review by Kimberley Jones

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

Jesse Sublett's insider guide to Bouchercon.
"...Honor, the late Barry Gardner, a prolific reviewer of mystery fiction, will be represented by his wife, Ellen. If..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

Short Third-Degree Sessions
Jesse Sublett gets personal with four of Bouchercon 2002's featured authors.
"...first novel, is one of the best comic crime novels I've ever read...."

Oct. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

'Chasing the Dime' Reviewed
Harry Bosch is gone, but Michael Connelly introduces us to Henry Pierce in his latest L.A. noir, Chasing the Dime.
"...protagonist of nine popular and definitive L.A. homicide detective novels, walk away from his job. While fans of Connelly's..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

" in attendance at Bouchercon 2002, the 33rd World Mystery Convention, which is taking place in Texas -- Austin,..."

Oct. 4, 2002 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

Printed Matters
"...material outside his own experience when so many first novels have a memoirish feel," recently finished his second novel,..."

Aug. 16, 2002 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

Honor Among Thieves
James Carlos Blake demystifies A World of Thieves and the world of writing.
"...With his six novels, one book of short fiction, plus a poetically moving..."

March 8, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

" name her Writer of the Year. Her new mystery, Fingersmith (Riverhead Books, $24.95), is one of the most..."

Feb. 8, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Carl Hiaasen's Latest
Carl Hiaasen fans have come to expect novels full of wit and wisdom, bile and brilliance. His latest, Basket Case (Knopf, $25.95), doesn't break any new ground, but it is almost exactly that type of book, reviewer Rick Klaw writes.
"...Carl Hiaasen fans have come to expect novels full of wit and wisdom, bile and brilliance. His..."

Feb. 1, 2002 Arts Feature by Rick Klaw

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

Austin's literary news
"...Ava's Man... The last of 2000's spate of historical novels set in Texas is out in paperback: Along with..."

Nov. 30, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

Texas Book Festival Wrap-Up
Taking stock of this year's panels and readings
"...where it usually does. Today's "My First Time: First Novels" panel took place on the bottom floor of the..."

Nov. 23, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

2001 Texas Book Festival Schedule
"...E2 of the Capitol Extension My First Time: First Novels..."

Nov. 16, 2001 Books Feature

Bread and Tulips
An endearing romantic daydream about an underappreciated housewife who decides on whim to not return home.
"...wrinkled shirts and sends an unemployed plumber fond of mystery novels (Battiston) to find Rosalba in Venice and bring..."

Oct. 5, 2001 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

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

Diving for Pearls
How mystery writer Rick Riordan went looking for authenticity
"...What Borges forgot to add is that the mystery reader subsequently remade the mystery writer. Poe could sit..."

Aug. 17, 2001 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

In Person
P.D. James at Barnes & Noble Arboretum
"..."The moment, I think, in a mystery when the body is discovered is one of huge..."

May 11, 2001 Books Feature by Marc Savlov

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

Surreal Science
Looking at three books -- Plague Time, Cancer: The Evolutionary Legacy, and The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine, Roger Gathman observes that for every advance in technology, nature counterbalances with new opportunities for disease.
"...more popular novelist, and even today one of her novels, Evelina, is still in print, a Penguin classic. Burney..."

March 2, 2001 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

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