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Otto Penzler on the legacy of Elmore Leonard

The University of South Carolina recently acquired Elmore Leonard's papers. To mark the occassion, they invited down Otto Penzler, a close friend of Leonard, to speak to the great writer's legacy. And there's video! 

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Available now: EVERYBODY GOES TO JIMMY'S by Michael Mayo!

Jimmy Quinn, a.k.a. speakeasy owner Jimmy the Stick, is back! 

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Idris Elba's production company options POE MUST DIE by Marc Olden

British actor Idris Elba has optioned Poe Must Die by Marc Olden for three feature films, according to Publishers Marketplace. 

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Kindle Daily Deals for Robert Goldsborough and William Bernhardt!

Get some discounted eBooks in a special First-In-Series Mysteries promotion. 

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Two Terence Faherty eBooks, new from MysteriousPress.com!

We've just added two novels from Edgar nominated-author Terence Faherty to our collection!

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Two eBooks from Michael C. White!

We've added two new eBooks by critically acclaimed and Edgar-nominated author Michael C. White: The Garden of Martyrs and A Brother's Blood!

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Six new George Bellairs eBooks!

We've just added six new Thomas Littlejohn mysteries from George Bellairs!

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The Gourmet Detective, coming soon to a television near you!

Peter King fans rejoice: Hallmark Channel has just announced plans to produce a series starring the Gourmet Detective, to be aired in 2015!

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Four from E. Phillips Oppenheim!

We've just added four novels by E. Phillips Oppenheim to our collection of classic mysteries! 

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Execution of 14-Year-Old Was Unjust, Judge Declares in 'Carolina Skeletons' Case

The 1944 trial of a 14-year-old black boy for killing two young girls and the rush to the electric chair that followed constituted a great injustice, a South Carolina state judge ruled on Dec. 17, 2014.

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