Why Can’t I Go on Vacation Like A Normal Person?
These mysteries and thrillers follow journalists solving puzzling crimes.
Delving into The Other Side of Night by Adam Hamdy
The Other Side of Night begins with a man named David Asha writing about his biggest regret: his sudden separation from his son, Elliot. In his grief, David tells a…
The Art of Horror: 5 Paintings to Creep You Out
Here are five paintings that appear in my new novel, It Rides a Pale Horse—a story of small-town secrets, occult history, and one very powerful art forger.
The Gothic Appeal of Old Hollywood
The Knock-Out Blow With Jonathan Ames
A Death on W Street: A Look at American Culture in NonFiction and True Crime
A Death on W Street is the story of a young political staffer named Seth Rich who was murdered in Washington, DC.
Why Do People Love Light Mysteries?
‘The Liar’ and other Cold War Complexities with Benjamin Cunningham
“The Liar” recounts the story of Karel and Hana Koecher, two so-called illegals who moved the United States as secret agents for their native Czechoslovakia in 1965.
Exploring Crime Fiction and ‘The It Girl’ With Ruth Ware
Ruth Ware is the NYT Bestselling Author of several mysteries & thrillers. Her latest psychological thriller THE IT GIRL is in stores now.
War Dispatches: Agent Josephine and Tales of Triumph Over Evil With Damien Lewis
Check out the inspiration behind the book Agent Josephine, with author Damien Lewis
Kathleen Kent On Her Spy Thriller ‘Black Wolf’
Feminist in Fiction: P.C. Cast Writing Her Dystopian Thriller ‘Into the Mist’
P.C Cast, author of Into the Mist, talks about the position of feminism in literature, and the grasp to become the most authentic self even when pressured to be otherwise.