Posts Tagged ‘ Hilary Davidson ’

Evil in All Its Disguises by Hilary Davidson – review

April 5, 2013
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by Joe Clifford No Fun in Acapulco Everything about Lily Moore evokes a bygone era, a time when looking fabulous mattered, when grace and pearls weren’t just accouterments worn on red carpets; they were a way of life. That isn’t to say Lily can’t hold her own with the big boys. Always a winning...

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The Next One To Fall by Hilary Davidson – Review

April 13, 2012
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The Next One To Fall by Hilary Davidson – Review

It’s never an easy thing for a writer to immediately follow one great book release with another that’s not only as good as the first, but even better. So when I heard that Hilary Davidson’s second release The Next One To Fall (Forge books) was better than her brilliant debut The Damage Done, I...

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At the Intersection of Rivington and Memory by Hilary Davidson

October 3, 2010
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At the Intersection of Rivington and Memory by Hilary Davidson

Last week, I had what I’m going to call a panic attack. I’m hoping that no one noticed, because I was in the middle of moderating an authors’ panel for the New York Public Library at the time. The subject was New York Noir, and we were more than an hour into it when...

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2010 Spinetingler Award Best Short Story on the Web WINNER

May 1, 2010
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Spinetingler would like to congratulate all of the nominees and thank all of the voters. Just a reminder that a summary post with all of the winners will available this evening. With 532 votes cast in this category the winner of the 2010 Spinetingler Award for the Best Short Story on the Web is…...

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Fiction: CHEAP BASTARD by Hilary Davidson

March 29, 2010
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Don was between Grand Central and Greenwich when he heard the guy behind him jabbering into a cell phone. “I got till Friday to decide, but I’m gonna do it,” the young man’s voice cracked with excitement. “I’ll hafta work my ass off, but it’s gonna be worth it. You won’t believe what they’re...

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