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John Banville, whose latest novel is 'Ancient Light'

Ancient Light by John Banville: review

John Preston on John Banville's latest novel, 'Ancient Light'

Author Kate Atkinson’s ‘Groundhog Day’ fiction is featured in the NYT Magazine.

Kate Atkinson’s ‘Groundhog Day’ Fiction

The British novelist hasn't met a plot too complicated -- even if it means telling a story backward or starting over in every chapter.

Nazi became Mossad hitman

The Nazi Who Became a Mossad Hitman

As the commander of SS Special Forces, Otto Skorzeny thrilled Hitler with his exploits. Less than 20 years later, he committed murder for Israel.

John le Carré reads from his new novel, A Delicate Truth

John le Carré reads from his new novel, A Delicate Truth

John Le Carre, Novels, Word Reading, Romance Novels

Anibal libros para todos: El ojo del leopardo -- Henning Mankell

Anibal libros para todos: El ojo del leopardo -- Henning Mankell

Neuer Regalbewohner | Todd Babiak: Come Barbarians

Neuer Regalbewohner | Todd Babiak: Come Barbarians

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Scottish author Ian Rankin admits he's jealous of the screen attention lavished on Scandinavian crime writers, while his bestselling novels get 45 minutes per book.

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson: review Kate Atkinson’s virtuoso new novel is a real contender for the Women’s Prize, argues Helen Brown.

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson: review

Kate Atkinson’s virtuoso new novel is a real contender for the Women’s Prize, argues Helen Brown.

Ariel Winter

Review: 'The Twenty-Year Death' by Ariel S. Winter is 3-in-1 noir

The Turkeybird's 20 Questions with Ariel S. Winter, Author of the picture book One of a Kind and the adult crime novel The Twenty-Year Death.

NTN: Malcolm Mackay interviewed. At Crime Fiction Lover

January will see the release of an interesting sounding first novel by the promising Scottish author Malcolm Mackay. While many writers dream of escaping to a remote location to develop their prose, w

John Grisham is a very good author who does not see the need for four letter words. I've enjoyed all his courtroom suspense stories.

Authors are some of the most important people in society, they tell us stories that take us to different places and help us forget what is going on in our world for a brief period of time.

Peace Process: American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967 by William B. Quandt (Mar 2005)

Peace Process: American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967 by William B.

Mystery writer  Lawrence Block, author of “Hit Me”

Lawrence Block's 'Hit Me' may be his last book

Mystery writer Lawrence Block, author of “Hit Me”

The 500, By Matthew Quirk (Reagan Arthur Books, $25.99, on sale June 5)   -What it’s about: A Harvard law school grad, working for a consulting firm in Washington, D.C., is pursued by killers.   -Why it’s hot: Early reviews compare this classic David-and-Goliath tale to the early works of John Grisham. A movie is in the works.

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The 500, By Matthew Quirk (Reagan Arthur Books, $25.99, on sale June 5) -What it’s about: A Harvard law school grad, working for a consulting firm in Washington, D.C., is pursued by killers. -Why it’s hot: Early reviews compare this classic David-and-Goliath tale to the early works of John Grisham. A movie is in the works.

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