Novelist. Author of Bait (Delacorte, Dell, BOMC, 1994), The Blue Wall (Delacorte, Dell 1996), Cold Steel Rain (Putnam’s, 2000), The Burying Field (Putnam’s 2002), Down In The Flood (Thomas Dunne/St. Martin’s Press, August 2009).
Author of Cast A Giant Shadow: Joe Lapchick and the Golden Days of New York City Basketball (Lyons Press, 2006).
Author of Callgirl (Permanent Press/HarperCollins), Madam (Permanent Press). Read more.
Author of Payback, a debut novel.
Journalist and novelist. Author of seven novels including the Mourning Show (Berkley), Loverboy (Avon, 1996), Playing Dead (Avon, 1999). Novel on submission: Forget Me Not.
Magazine writer (Esquire, Playboy, GQ, NY Times magazine, Atlantic, Men’s Journal, etc.). Author of Reality Police: The Experience of Insanity in America (William Morrow), The Man Who Ate His Boots: Sir John Franklin and the Tragic History of the Northwest Passage (Knopf, 2010).
Novelist. Author of the Det. Sgt. Brant novels: A White Arrest, Taming the Alien, The McDead – Collected in A White Trilogy; (reprinted by St. Martin’s Press, 2011) Blitz (SMP, 2002), Vixen (SMP, 2003), Calibre (SMP, 2006), Ammunition (SMP, 2007); the Jack Taylor novels: The Guards (SMP, 2001), The Killing of the Tinkers (SMP, 2002), The Magdalen Martyrs (SMP, 2003), The Dramatist (SMP, 2004), Priest (SMP, 2006), Cross (SMP, 2007), Sanctuary (SMP, 2009), The Devil (St. Martin’s Press, 2010), Headstone (Mysterious Press/Grove Atlantic, 2011); stand-alone novels: Rilke on Black (1997), The Hackman Blues (1997), Her Last Call to Louis MacNeice (1997), London Boulevard (2001), Dispatching Baudelaire (2004), American Skin (2006), Once We Were Cops (St. Martin’s Press, 2008), Tower (with Reed Farrel Coleman; Busted Flush Press, 2009). Read more.
Novelist. Author of Judgment Calls, (Henry Holt, 2003), Missing Justice (Holt, 2004), Close Case (Holt, 2005), Dead Connection, (Henry Holt, 2007), Angel’s Tip (HarperCollins, 2008), 212 (HarperCollins, 2010), Long Gone (HarperCollins 2011), Never Tell (HarperCollins 2012). Read more.
Novelist and short-story writer. Author of Half of Paradise (Houghton Mifflin, Hyperion), To The Bright and Shining Sun (Scribner, Hyperion), Lay Down My Sword and Shield (Crowell; Hyperion; Pocket Books, 2010), Two For Texas (Pocket Books), The Convict and Other Stories (LSU Press; Little, Brown; Pocket Books), The Lost Get-Back Boogie (LSU Press), The Neon Rain (Holt & Co; Pocket Books), Heaven’s Prisoners (Holt, Pocket Books), Black Cherry Blues (Little, Brown; Avon; Edgar Award for the best mystery novel of 1989), A Morning For Flamingos (Little, Brown; Avon), A Stained White Radiance (Hyperion, Avon), In The Electric Mist With Confederate Dead (Hyperion; Avon; Pocket), Dixie City Jam (Hyperion, 1994), Burning Angel (Hyperion, 1995), Cadillac Jukebox (Hyperion, 1996), Cimarron Rose (Hyperion, 1997, winner of Edgar Award), Sunset Limited (Doubleday, 1998, Dell, 1999, winner of England’s Golden Dagger Award for Best Novel of l998), Heartwood (Doubleday, 1999, Bantam Dell 2000), Purple Cane Road (Doubleday, 2000; Bantam Dell, 2001), Bitterroot (Simon & Schuster, 2001), Jolie Blon’s Bounce (S&S, 2002), White Doves at Morning (S&S, 2002), Last Car to Elysian Fields (S&S, 2003), In the Moon of Red Ponies (S&S, 2004), Crusader’s Cross (S&S, 2005), Pegasus Descending (S&S, 2006), The Tin Roof Blowdown (S&S, 2007), Swan Peak (S&S, 2008), Rain Gods (S&S, 2009), The Glass Rainbow (S&S, 2010), Feast Day of Fools (S&S, 2011), Creole Belle (S&S, 2012). Read more.
Novelist. Author of Goodnight, Irene (Simon & Schuster/Avon), Sweet Dreams, Irene (S&S/Avon), Dear Irene (S&S/Avon), Remember Me, Irene (S&S/Harper Paperbacks), Hocus (S&S/Harper Paperbacks), Liar (S&S/Harper), Bones (S&S/NAL; winner of 2000 Edgar Award), and Flight (S&S, 2001; Pocket Books, 2002); Nine (S&S, 2003), Bloodlines (S&S, 2004); Kidnapped (S&S, 2006), The Messenger (S&S, 2009), Disturbance (S&S, 2011). Read more.
Author of A Thief in the Night, a debut novel. Winner of The Spectator’s 2012 Shiva Naipaul Memorial Prize for travel writing.
Nonfiction: Open Your Heart with Reading (Dreamtime Pub.), Open Your Heart with Geocaching (Dreamtime Pub.). Novel on submission: In Dark Woods.
Former L.A. Times writer and novelist. Author of The Black Echo (Little, Brown, St. Martin’s Paperbacks; Edgar Award for best first mystery novel, 1992) Black Ice (Little, Brown, SMP), The Concrete Blonde (Little, Brown, SMP), The Last Coyote (Little, Brown, SMP, BOMC), The Poet (Little, Brown, Warner Books, Literary Guild), Trunk Music (Little, Brown, SMP, Main Selection BOMC), 1998: Blood Work (Little, Brown; Main Selection, Literary Guild, nominated for Edgar Award for Best Novel), Angel’s Flight (Little, Brown, 1999; Main Selection, Literary Guild), Void Moon (Little, Brown, 2000; Warner Books, 2000), A Darkness More Than Night (Little, Brown, 2001; Warner Books 2002), City of Bones (Little, Brown; 2002, WB2003), Chasing the Dime (Little, Brown 2002, WB 2003), Lost Light (Little, Brown; 2003, WB 2004), The Narrows (Little, Brown, 2004), The Closers (Little, Brown; 2005, Grand Central Publishing 2006), The Lincoln Lawyer (LB 2005, GCP 2006, Main selection for the BOTM), Crime Beat (Little, Brown, 2006, GCP 2007), Echo Park (Little, Brown 2006, GCP 2007), The Overlook (Little, Brown; 2007, GCP, 2008), The Brass Verdict (Little, Brown, 2008, GCP 2009), The Scarecrow (Little, Brown; May 2009, GCP 2010), Nine Dragons (LB, 2009, GCP 2010), The Reversal (Little Brown, October, 2010, GCP, 2011), The Fifth Witness (Little Brown, October, 2011, GCP, 2012), The Drop (Little Brown, October, 2011, GCP, 2012), The Black Box (Little Brown, October, 2012, GCP, 2013) Read more.
Former L.A. Times writer, and novelist. Author of The Killing Season: A Summer Inside an LAPD Homicide Division (Ballantine, 1997), And Still We Rise: The Trials and Triumphs of Twelve Gifted Inner-City Students (Morrow, 2001) Homicide Special: A Year with the LAPD’s Elite Detective Unit (Henry Holt, 2004). Author of Kind of Blue (Oceanview Publishing, 2010), Midnight Alley (Oceanview Publishing, 2012).
Journalist, documentary filmmaker. Author of Allah’s Torch: A Report from behind the Scenes in Asia’s War on Terror (Morrow, 2005).
Nonfiction writer. Author of The Wrong Man (Avon, 1995), Defending the Damned (Atria Books, 2007).
Nonfiction writer. Author of Class: The Wreckage of an American Family (Holt, 1992), Dead Opposite: The Lives and Loss of Two American Boys, (Holt, 1994), The Game of Their Lives (Holt, 1996, Avon 2004), Classmates: St. Paul’s Class of 1962 (Hyperion, 2008).
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Author of The Lieutenant (novel, Dial Press), and Voices From The Moon (novel, Godine, Crown). Stories and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, Playboy, Harper’s, literary quarterlies and anthologies. Short story collections: Separate Flights (Godine), Finding a Girl in America (Godine), The Times Were Never So Bad (Godine), Dancing After Hours (Knopf, 1996). Essay collections: Broken Vessels (Godine), Meditations From A Moveable Chair (Knopf, 1998).
Short story writer and novelist. Author of The Cage Keeper and Other Stories (Dutton, NAL), Bluesman (Faber & Faber), House of Sand And Fog (Norton, 1999; Vintage, 2000; National Book Award Finalist, L.A. Times Book Award Finalist), The Garden of Last Days (Norton, 2008), Townie: A Memoir (Norton, 2011).
Novelist. Author of Margaret Cape (Harcourt, 1997), My Life with Corpses (Harcourt, 2004).
Journalist (L.A. Times) and author of Screwball (William Morrow, 2003). Novel on submission: The Buzzards of Mayhem.
Robert Eversz is the author of the critically acclaimed Nina Zero series. His work has been translated into 15 languages. He was the finalist judge for the 2007 AWP Award Series in the Novel, and co-founded the Prague Summer Program for writers at Western Michigan University. He lives, at various times, in Los Angeles, Prague, and St. Pol de Mar, on the coast of Spain. More information about him can be found online at www.ninazero.com.
Novelist. Author of Confessions of a Deathmaiden (Mysterious Press, 2003), Good Morning, Darkness (Mysterious Press, 2004), The Secret Memoirs of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (St. Martin’s Press, 2005), and the novel Amsterdam, 2012.
Novelist, Father’s Day (Minotaur Books/PWA Best First Private Eye Award winner, 2009), My Brother’s Keeper (Severn House, 2012).
Author of Count Me Out: A Memoir (with Robert Calhoun; St. Martin’s Press, 2007).
Author of I’ll Never Be French (Free Press, 2008).
Author of The Nostalgist (MP Publishing, 2012)
Novelist. Award-winning author of the Aaron Gunner series: Fear of The Dark, Not Long For This World, You Can Die Trying, It’s Not A Pretty Sight, When Last Seen Alive; the Joe and Dottie Londermilk series: Going Nowhere Fast, Bad News Travels Fast; two pseudonymous written stand-alone thrillers, as Ray Shannon: Maneater, Firecracker (Putnams’s/Penguin), Cemetery Road (Severn House, 2010), Assume Nothing (Severn House, 2011). Read more.
Novelist. Author of Silent Counsel (Windermere Press, 2007). Novel on submission: Death Benefit.
Howard Kaminsky was born in Brooklyn, attended Brooklyn College, San Francisco State University and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of seven books and served as the president and publisher of Warner Books, Random House, and William Morrow/Avon. He served on the Board of Directors of American Publishers and the National Book Foundation and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Author of Angel Wings (Thomas & Mercer/Amazon, 2012).
Novelist. Author of The Blue Edge of Midnight (Dutton, 2002, NAL 2003, Edgar Award for Best First Novel), A Visible Darkness (Dutton, 2003 ), Shadow Men (Dutton, 2004), A Killing Night (Dutton, 2005), Eye of Vengeance (Dutton, 2006), Acts of Nature (Dutton, 2007), Styx (Middle River Press, 2009), Midnight Guardians (Open Road, 2011).
Novelist. Author of Switchback (Severn House 2011) and (Orion Books/UK, 2007), Con Ed (Grand Central Publishing, 2008), No Way Back (Corvus/Atlantic/UK, 2013). Read more.
Novelist. Author of A False Dawn (Minotaur/Thomas Dunne Books, 2009), The 24th Letter (Minotaur, Thomas Dunne Books, 2010).
Novelist. Author of Finding Hoseyn (Arbor House), Morning Spy, Evening Spy (St. Martin’s Press, 2006), The Contractor (SMP, 2009).
Author of Fontana (Bold Strokes Press, 2012).
Author of Persian Porn & Iranian Rappers (Skyhorse Publishing, 2009, tradepaper 2012), Socialist Dreams & Beauty Queens (Skyhorse Publishing, 2011)
Novelist and former journalist (Newsday). Author of Superfolks (Dial, Literary Guild, St. Martin’s Press, 2005), The Execution (Viking), Midge & Decker (A&W), The Grace of Shortstops (Doubleday), The Search (Doubleday), I, JFK (Dutton, SMP). Nonfiction: The Dreams of Ada (Viking, NAL, Doubleday 2006), Baseball and Men’s Lives (Delacorte; re-issued as Notes of a Baseball Dreamer [Houghton Mifflin, 2003]), Origin of Sorrow (Publish America, 2010). Novel on submission: Eyes.
Novelist. Author of Bluejay Shaman (Walker, 1994, Thalia Press), Painted Truth (Walker, Thalia Press), Nordic Nights (Walker), One O’Clock Jump (SMP, Thalia Press), Blue Wolf (SMP), Sweet & Lowdown (SMP), Blackbird Fly (Thalia Press).
Novelist. Author of Midtown South (Fawcett), Sixth Precinct (Fawcett), Knock-Off (Fawcett), Backfire (Fawcett), Midtown North (Fawcett; MWA Edgar nominee), 19th Precinct (Fawcett), Dead End Game (Putnam, Berkley), Killer (Dell), The Devil’s Own (Dell, 1997), Hit and Run (Dell, 1997), Clean American Fun (Random House Audio), Chains of Command (Dutton, 1999). Novel on submission: Everything to Win.
Novelist. Author of The Prettiest Feathers (Bantam), Tunnel of Night (Bantam), Dreams in the Key of Blue (Bantam), The Murder Channel (Bantam); Nonfiction: Beyond Murder: The Inside Story of the Gainesville Student Murders (Dutton/NAL), Stalemate (Bantam), Shattered Justice (Avon, 2006).
Founding editor of Present Tense magazine. Author of six nonfiction books including Disarmed and Dangerous: The Radical Lives and Times of Daniel and Philip Berrigan (Basic Books, 1996, Westview), We Who Dared to Say No to War (The Perseus Group, 2008)
Award-wining journalist and author, Hammerin’ Hank, George Almighty and the Say Hey Kid:The Year that Changed Baseball Forever (Sourcebooks, 2008), Hank Greenberg: Baseball Star, Jewish Hero, American Legend (NAL, 2013), Fight for Redemption (Lyons Press, 2014).
Novelist. Author of Shell Games (Chronicle Books, 2003), Night Game (Chronicle, 2004), Dead Game (Chronicle, 2005), Redback (Severn House, 2011), A Killing in China Basin (Severn House, 2011), Counterfeit Road (Severn House 2012).
Novelist. Author of A Long Cold Fall (Putnam’s) and other crime novels (pseudonymn, Sam Reaves), Dooley’s Back (Otto Penzler Books/Carroll & Graf, 2003), Homicide 69 (Carroll & Graf, 2007), Mean Town Blues (Pegasus Books, 2008). And publishing as Dominic Martell: The Republic of Night; Lying, Crying, Dying; and Gitana (PDP Publishing 2012).
Author of five novels and a highly respected artist whose work has been written about and reviewed in the New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, and Arts, and appears in many public, private, and corporate collections. He serves on the board of Yaddo, one of the oldest artist communities in the country. Santlofer lives and works in New York City.
Novelist, author of Down by the River (Viking, 1991), This Side of Jordan (Fantagraphics, 2009), The Last Rose of Summer (Fantagraphics, 2011), The Big Town (Fantagraphics, 2012), and Naughty (Fantagraphics, 2013).
Author of Margo: The Life and Theatre of Margo Jones (SMU Press), Eva La Galliene: A Biography (Knopf, 1996), Eleonora Duse: A Biography (Knopf, 2003). Novel on submission: Willa.
Novelist, author of The Emerson Ward Mystery series, and NIGHT BLIND (Thomas & Mercer, October 2012)
Novelist. Author of Air Burial (Carroll & Graf, 2003). Novel on submission: Hydrangea Blue.
Novelist. Author of Breathless (Viking Penguin, 1995), The Discovery of Light (Viking Penguin, 1992), The Blue Hour (British American Publishing, 1989), Body and Soul (Grove Press, 1987), The Man from Marseille (St Martin’s Press, 1986), and Airtight (Thomas & Mercer/Amazon, 2012).
Novelist. Author of Guilty By Silence (Mira Books), Common Passions (Mira Books), The Best of Enemies (Mira Books), Random Acts (Mira Books, 1998), The Innocent’s Club (Mira, 2000), Deadly Grace (Mira, 2001), Liar’s Market (Mira, 2003), Slim to None (Mira, 2006), The Night Café (Mira, 2008).
Journalist. Author of The Final Season: Fathers, Sons, and a Last Summer of Baseball at a Classic American Park (St. Martin’s Press, 2001), The Road to Cooperstown (SMP, 2003), Hank Aaron and the Home Run that Changed America (William Morrow, 2004), Ty & Babe (St. Martin’s Press, 2007).
Novelist of Exotic Music of the Belly Dancer (Writer’s Coffee Shop Publishing House, 2013)
Novelist. Author of Forcing Amaryllis (Mysterious Press, 2005; winner of Shamus award for Best First Mystery Novel), The Fault Tree (St. Martin’s Press, 2008), Liar’s Anonymous (St. Martin’s Press, 2009).
Novelist and former Associated Press news writer. Author of Harlem Redux (S&S, 2002; Penguin Putnam, 2003), Darkness and the Devil Behind Me (Blood Vintage Press, 2008), and Black Orchid Blues (Akashic Books, 2011).
Television writer (“Hill Street Blues,” “Miami Vice,” et. al) and novelist. Author of The Cactus Garden (Pocket Books), The King of Cards (Pocket), Red Baker (Washington Square Press, re-issued by St. Martins, 2006), Shedding Skin (Washington Square Press), Four Kinds of Rain (St. Martin’s, 2006), Total Immunity (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009), The Best Bad Dream (Mysterious Press/Grove Atlantic, 2012), Renegades (F&W Media, 2012). Read more.
Novelist. Author of The Last Striptease (St. Martin’s Press, 2007; winner of the Private Eye Writers of America and St. Martin’s Press prize for Best First Private Eye Novel in 2006), The Bad Kitty Lounge (SMP, 2010), A Bad Night’s Sleep (SMP, 2011). Nonfiction: Romantic Geography (Macmillan-St. Martin’s Press), Romantic Migrations (Palgrave Macmillan).
Freelance magazine writer for The Sunday Review, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The Times Weekend Review, and National Geographic Magazine, among others; author of The Poet and the Murderer (nonfiction, Dutton/Plume, 2002).
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