Thursday, April 6

Reviews/Interviews by Sandra Ruttan

Sandra Ruttan has just signed a deal for the release of her first novel, Suspicious Circumstances, in November 2006. A regular contributor to Spinetingler Magazine, her work can also be found in the May/June and July/August issues of Crimespree Magazine. For more information about Sandra visit her website or her blog.

Sandra’s experience in writing professionally goes back to the age of 13, when she had her first newspaper column. Since then, she has studied journalism, written numerous articles and completed a creative writing diploma program. An early childhood intervention specialist, Sandra has also studied communication theory. You can email Sandra at sandra.ruttan@spinetinglermag.com

BACKLIST REVIEW: The works of John Rickards

A Field of Darkness by Cornelia Read

A Good Day To Die by Simon Kernick

Cold Granite by Stuart MacBride

Dirty Sweet by John McFetridge

Every Fear by Rick Mofina

Lifeless by Mark Billingham

Missing in Precinct Puerto Rico by Steven Torres

Murder, Eh? by Lou Allin

One Large Coffin To Go by H. Mel Malton

Pale Immortal by Anne Frasier

Rhapsody in Blood by John Morgan Wilson

The Flood by Ian Rankin

The Forest of Souls by Carla Banks

The Green Room by Deborah Turrell Atkinson

The Last Assassin by Barry Eisler

To The Power of Three by Laura Lippman

Interviews:

Mark Billingham - Comedian, Author, Potty Mouth

IN CONVERSATION WITH DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI

IN CONVERSATION WITH JESS LOUREY

IN CONVERSATION WITH SIMON KERNICK: Nightmares, death threats and the future – and possible end – of Dennis Milne

On Baltimore and Books: A Discussion with Laura Lippman

On Beards and Books: A Discussion with Stuart MacBride

20 Questions with H. Mel Malton

CRÈME DE LA CRIME’S LYNNE PATRICK: Proving a small, new publisher with vision and initiative can thrive in the market

Of Cents and Psychology: An In-Depth Interview with Cornelia Read

Repo Chick Blues: Tracy Sharp Discusses Her New eBook

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