Too much great crime fiction articles and interviews on the net this week! Time to catch up over the weekend.
--Two of my favorite novelists, Reed Farrel Coleman and Daniel Woodrell, go mano a mano over at Mulholland Books. Part 1 and Part 2.
--Speaking of Woodrell, have you checked out Jed Ayres' interview with the author yet?
--Over at The Los Angeles Review of Books, Megan Abbott reviews Robert Crais' The Sentry: A Joe Pike Novel.
--Also at LARB, Richard Schickel reviews Stefan Kanfer Tough Without a Gun: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of Humphrey Bogart.
--Paul D. Brazill interviews Gordon Harries about his upcoming writing projects and the future of Needle Scratch Static.
--Over at Needle Scratch Static, Harries talks Robert B. Parker, Ace Atkins, and Spenser.
--Bill Crider writes about Private Eyes and Westerns.
--Jake Hinkson has two pieces of great interest over at Criminal Element: "Spenser: A Look Back at Robert Parker" and "Memento and Amnesia Noir."
--Oh yeah, you check out the latest Plots With Guns? No? Then why are you reading this!
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