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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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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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Betimes Books Sep 21
A great review of HEAD GAMES, novel & graphic novel by at
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Craig McDonald Sep 21
Great new review of HEAD GAMES in both its forms: See this Instagram photo by @betimesbooksnow
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Craig McDonald Sep 20
If the new Bond (as I have a suspicion it might be based on the way things were headed in Spectre) is a more accurate take on YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE, this selection of director makes even more sense on all kinds of levels related to horror, the surreal, etc.
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Bloomsbury Literary Sep 19
Steven Powell discusses the new essay collection on James Ellroy, THE BIG SOMEWHERE, on the blog
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Mark Coggins Sep 11
Very pleased to have my photo of the Demon Dog himself employed on the cover of Stephen Powell's latest collection of James Ellroy essays, THE BIG SOMEWHERE. Read the article I wrote about Ellroy at the LA Times Festival of Books for The Rap Sheet here:
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Craig McDonald Sep 7
Most of my covers to date are the work of this gent.
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Chris Bournea Sep 7
Please join me for a discussion about the amazing athletes featured in the documentary “Lady Wrestler” this fall at the Grandview Heights Public Library.
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Unstructured Sep 6
Ep 33 NYT and Itn'l Bestselling suspense author Brian Freeman discusses his history, process, and books. a about hosted by Apple Google
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Craig McDonald Sep 6
A terrific review of EL GAVILAN () from Marvin Minkler. The novel is also a good companion to similar-themed anthology I edited, BORDERLAND NOIR
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Craig McDonald Sep 4
For those who've kindly asked why Craig McDonald, novelist, has been scarce lately in the Twitterverse, ’til things settle down/get sane-(ish) again, I'll quote Wilson Mizner: "Hollywood is a trip through a sewer in a glass-bottom boat." (Swap "Hollywood" for...)
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Betimes Books Aug 28
Aren't we lucky to have a fan like Marvin Minkler?
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Craig McDonald Aug 26
Library meets libations?
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Craig McDonald Aug 26
Books & A Beverage: My voodoo inflected novel THE GREAT PRETENDER with Orson Welles abetting Hector Lassiter, and Voodoo Ranger IPA. GREAT PRETENDER available via
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Royal Literary Fund Aug 24
‘Sallis’ novels are among the best I’ve ever read. He really pushes the boundaries of what is, and his more recent work has been full of existential exploration.’ on writers who inspire him
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Craig McDonald Aug 23
For , a "Borderland Noir Quartet" via & & — HEAD GAMES, THE RUNNING KIND, EL GAVILAN and BORDERLAND NOIR (anthology)
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Craig McDonald Aug 20
"Borderland Noir" contributor (via ) and maestro of the Borderland Ballad with a great border tune cover from ...
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