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- The Hot Rock, On Screen!
This Saturday, Film Forum will screen Peter Yates's adaptation of the excellent Westlake caper, The Hot Rock!Read more
- MysteriousPress.com Authors On-Screen!
In December, New York City’s Film Forum will host a series of films based on the works of pioneering women crime writers from the ‘40s and ‘50s.Read more
- Charles McCarry in Publishers Weekly
Charles McCarry's new novel, The Mulberry Bush, was chosen as one of Publishers Weekly's Top Ten Mystery/Thriller novels of the year!Read more
- Mary Anne Kelly Talks TWILLYWEED On Fox!
Mary Anne Kelly talked about the return of Claire Breslinsky and her writing process on Fox & Friends.Read more
- Introducing the Mysterious Press Award!
We are thrilled to announce the Mysterious Press Award, which will be given for the best e-book original mystery novel. The winning entry will receive a prize of $25,000 and guaranteed world-wide publication. The winner will be announced at the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair.Read more
- Happy publication day to Mary Anne Kelly for TWILLYWEED!
Cheers to Mary Anne Kelly—her new Claire Breslinsky book, Twillyweed, comes out today! Available in paperback and as an eBook.Read more
- TWILLYWEED at The Mysterious Bookshop
A big thank you to everyone who came out to The Mysterious Bookshop last week to help launch Mary Anne Kelly’s Twillyweed!Read more
- From MUTE WITNESS to BULLITT
Under the Robert L. Pike pseudonym, Robert L. Fish wrote Mute Witness, the classic hardboiled tale that would inspire one of Steve McQueen’s most memorable roles: Frank Bullitt.Read more
- Release party for Mary Anne Kelly's new novel, TWILLYWEED, on Sept. 10
On Sept. 10, come help Mary Anne Kelly mark the release of her new novel, Twillyweed, at The Mysterious Bookshop!Read more
- Joe Samuel Starnes signing at the U.S. Open bookstore
Calling author Joe Samuel Starnes is signing his new tennis novel, Red Dirt, at the U.S. Open!Read more
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