All content tagged 'Donald Westlake'
- Trailer Park: The Hot Rock
Check out the trailer for The Hot Rock, the 1972 film based on thebook by MysteriousPress.com author Donald Westlake.Read more
- 101 Greatest Films of Mystery & Suspense, #84 - 'The Grifters'
From the archives: We're recounting the films chosen by Otto Penzler for the 101 Great Films of Mystery & Suspense, published in 2000 but now out-of-print. Number 84, The Grifters, was written by MysteriousPress.com author Donald E. Westlake.Read more
- Buried treasures: Interview with Donald Westlake
For the Westlake fans: A very cool interview with the author that we found on YouTube.Read more
- Hard Case Crime publishing lost Westlake novel
Next month, Hard Case Crime will publish The Comedy is Finished, a lost novel by MysteriousPress.com author Donald Westlake.Read more
- Trailer Park: Jimmy the Kid
The trailer for the 1982 film Jimmy the Kid, starring Gary Coleman and based on the novel by MysteriousPress.com author Donald Westlake.Read more
- The state of crime fiction in NYC
The Daily News book blog has an interesting piece on the state of New York City's crime fiction--that a decline in crime has lead to a decline in quality.Read more
- Long-lost interview with Donald Westlake
Vince Cosgrove interviewed Donald Westlake in November 1973, and recently uncovered the audio tape. He posted the highlights from the interview at the Daily News book blog.Read more
- Review: 'The Hot Rock' is a "comic masterpiece"
Top-rate crime blog At the Scene of the Crime has some nice things to say about the Donald Westlake classic The Hot Rock.Read more
- Video profile for Donald Westlake
We've got a new video profile for Donald Westlake, in which authors William Link, Lawrence Block, Brian Garfield and Otto Penzler talk about the legendary author.Read more
- Kindle Daily Deal for 3/18/13: THE HOT ROCK by Donald Westlake
The Hot Rock by Donald Westlake is available for $1.99 from Amazon—and B&N and iTunes have matched the price!Read more
Authors tagged 'Donald Westlake'
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