The cover feature of Crimespree #45 is a great conversation/interview between Hilary Davidson, Jen Forbus and Ruth Jordan. Joe Finder is interviewed by Judy Bobalik while Lisa Cotoggio talks with Lisa Gallagher.
Short fiction in this issue is provided by Alec Cizak and Russell Reece.
Reed Farrel Coleman writes about explains why the Mayans may be right about 2012. Craig McDonald talks about the 18,000 miles he logged to promote his 2011 releases. Gary Shulze from Once Upon A Crime talks about the annual Writes of Spring. Other contributors include Linda Brown, Daniel Palmer, Tim Hennessy, Ayo Onatade and Jon Jordan.
Finally, Eye on Hollywood by Jeremy Lynch, a listing of the 2012 Edgar Awards nominees and a best of 2011 is included. Oh yeah, there's also DVD Reviews, Buzz Bin and Book Reviews.
|Publisher:||Down and Out Books|
|Series:||Crimespree Magazine , #45|
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About the Author
Hilary Davidson is a travel journalist and the author of eighteen nonfiction books. Her articles have appeared in more than 40 magazines, including Discover, Reader’s Digest, and Martha Stewart Weddings. Her short fiction has been widely praised and included in anthologies such as A Prisoner of Memory & 24 of the Year’s Finest Crime & Mystery Stories and Thuglit Presents: Blood, Guts, & Whiskey. Originally from Toronto, she now lives in New York City. The Damage Done is her first crime novel.