New eBooks by Joseph Koenig
We've got four new eBooks available today from Joseph Koenig!
Koenig is an author of hard-boiled fiction. A former crime reporter, he won critical acclaim and an Edgar nomination for his first novel, Floater (1986), a grimly violent story of con men, cops and killers in the Everglades. His next two novels were Little Odessa, a darkly comic tale of life in New York’s Ukrainian underworld, and Smugglers Notch (1989), a story of brutal murder in snowbound Vermont. In 1993 Koenig published his fourth novel, the groundbreaking Brides of Blood, which won strong reviews for its elegant treatment of police procedure in Islamic Iran.
For nearly two decades after Brides of Blood, Koenig did not publish. But in 2012 the pulp-style publishing house Hard Case Crime will release his newest novel, False Negative, a rollicking mystery about a journalist who, like Koenig once did, writes for true-crime magazines.
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