Category Archives: Snubnose Press

My year in books: Benoit Lelievre

Today is the last guest post in the ‘my year in books’ series. I hope you’ve enjoyed the selections that have featured on my site over the last few weeks as much as I have. There’s one more post to … Continue reading

My year in books: Tom Pitts

Next cab off the rank in the ‘my year in books’ series I’m running over December is one of my fellow authors in the Snubnose Press stable, Tom Pitts. Tom is the author of a great little novella, which I … Continue reading

Fact and fiction in criminal case file 002

Late last week Ieng Sary aka criminal case file 002, former foreign minister for the charnel house known as the Khmer Rouge regime, died in Phnom Penh at the age of eighty seven. One of five senior members of the … Continue reading

Guest post: a sense of place

Texan crime writer Jim Wilsky is one half of the team behind Blood on Blood, one of the many excellent books produced by the publisher of my crime novel, Ghost Money, Snubnose Press. He and Frank Zafiro blog at the site, … Continue reading

Noir Con or bust guest post #6: a place to start

For my last ‘Noir Con or bust’ guest post, please welcome Sandra Seamans. As I’ve mentioned many times on this blog, one of the things about the crime fiction scene in the US I’m most envious of, is the incredibly vibrant … Continue reading