I'm writing book reviews for Mystery Scene Magazine now. I've had 3 published in the pasts two issues and just got word that two more are published in the new issue out this week.
The online links below are for the first four (one hasn't been put online yet) that have been published.
The Hollow Men by Rob McCarthy
This last one leads off the general reviews section in the newest issue.
This was the second one that got printed in the newest issue:
Police At The Station And They Don't Look Friendly by Adrian McKinty
I'm just glad they were good enough to get published, because it means I get to say that I'm a PAID professional writer now.
My review of the Robin Yokum novel A Welcome Murder is a Mystery Scene magazine online exclusive!
Here's my review of the new Joseph Kanon thriller Defectors.
Here's another review I did - Pendulum by Adam Hamdy.
My review of the Laurie R. King thriller Lockdown is an online exclusive for Mystery Scene magazine.
My latest book review is an online exclusive for Mystery Scene Magazine. It is for the Attica Locke thriller Bluebird, Bluebird.
My review of the Stephanie Gayle mystery Idyll Fears made the new issue of Mystery Scene magazine. You can check out what I had to say via this Mystery Scene mag.com link.
Here's the second of two reviews that made the latest issue of Mystery Scene magazine: Adam Sternbergh - The Blinds.
Two more book reviews:
The Shadow District by Arnaldur Indridason
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