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Craig McDonald
Author of internationally praised, bestselling Hector Lassiter series. HEAD GAMES: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL now available via First Second Books.
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Steven Powell Nov 13
7 days, 7 covers of your favourite books, no explanations, invite someone else every day. Thanks to for inviting me. Day 4/7 - American Tabloid Today I invite
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Steven Powell Nov 14
7 days, 7 covers of your favourite books, no explanations, invite someone else every day. Thanks to for inviting me. Day 5/7 - Toros & Torsos Today I invite
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Craig McDonald Nov 2
What Sir Sean said! (DEATH IN THE FACE available via )
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Craig McDonald Oct 31
Happy Halloween (Hat — or skull— tip to Marvin Minkler!)
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Craig McDonald Oct 30
Orson Welles' infamous "Panic Broadcast" through a Lassiter prism...
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Betimes Books Oct 28
Did you know that Orson Welles' grandmother was a Satanist? No? Well, you can read about this and more - and get suitably spooked - in THE GREAT PRETENDER, a by Craig McDonald. 👿 👹…
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Craig McDonald Oct 22
Coming next summer from Ernest Hemingway (the FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS era figures heavily in TOROS & TORSOS, available via ):
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Craig McDonald Oct 21
If used, may I humbly suggest characterizing it as "A Maude-era Bill Macy Homage" to the original?
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Craig McDonald Oct 19
Replying to @aceatkins
"Hot dog, love's a winning! Yessirree! It's love that won, and old left hand hate is down for the count!"
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Craig McDonald Oct 19
"What is it you want, in the depths of your ignorance?" Orson Welles (HEAD GAMES, TOROS & TORSOS and THE GREAT PRETENDER via ) and...peas.
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VOICEcorps Oct 9
Listeners, tune in 10/9 at 10p for "A Good Book", featuring "One True Sentence" (Part 1 of 12) a Hector Lassiter novel written by Craig McDonald narrated by Richard Hood.
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Craig McDonald Oct 9
Hm... Coming soon, it seems... Mr. Lassiter, Old Time Radio style?
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Craig McDonald Oct 9
Disney princesses, as they would be through a noir prism?
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Craig McDonald Oct 9
Florida, hurricanes and storm surges: The Hector Lassiter that's always timely, this time of year
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Craig McDonald Oct 5
May I humbly suggest for reading on this "Global James Bond Day" (via )? #007
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Betimes Books Sep 24
“All roads lead to borderlands of one sort or another”, says Craig McDonald in his introduction to BORDERLAND NOIR. La Frontera has a mystical hold on the imagination of the crime reader;…
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Craig McDonald Sep 23
Replying to @bondmemes @007dossier
With Hemingway, Fleming and Orson Welles touting, it seemed to have an artistic pedigree, but yes, extremely bitter
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Craig McDonald Sep 22
Replying to @007dossier @bondmemes
I bit the bullet and tried one of these a couple of months ago. One. I would not recommend.
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Fanny Guyomard Sep 22
Comment germe un dans l’esprit d’un écrivain ? «Chaque livre commence par un défi, une question. Écrire, c’est quelque chose qu’on fait à tâtons, dans la nuit», témoigne Martín Solares, écrivain mexicain de «N’envoyez pas les fleurs»
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Betimes Books Sep 21
HEAD GAMES: the first review comparing the novel and the graphic novel
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