Novel Suspects editors talk with the biggest names in the book world about their favorite crime novels, podcasts, tv shows, and movies.
In this week's episode, Mulholland Books executive editor Joshua Kendall is joined by Elizabeth Hand, author of the atmospheric, historical mystery novel Curious Toys to discuss her appreciation of 1949's classic British noir film, The Third Man.
In this week's episode, Mulholland Books editor Emily Giglierano is joined by author Owen Laukkanen to discuss the inspirations behind his new novel, Deception Cove, which he describes as "a feminist Jack Reacher novel with a rescue dog." They also dig in to their favorite James Bond authors and more crime writers known for their Pacific Northwest settings.
When New York Times bestselling author Michael Koryta (If She Wakes) isn't busy writing his next book, you can probably find him watching Jaws—over, and over, and over again. In this episode, Michael Koryta and Mulholland Books executive editor Joshua Kendall discuss why Koryta believes that Steven Spielberg's cinematic suspense thriller Jaws is the most re-watchable movie of all time.
New York Times bestselling author Adrian McKinty (The Chain) dives deep into his love of the classic science fiction and noir detective film Blade Runner with Mulholland Books executive editor Joshua Kendall.
Author Denise Mina and her Mulholland Books editor Emily Giglierano discuss their favorite true crime podcasts, Mina’s latest book (Conviction), and the stories that too often go untold in crime fiction. Then, Edgar Award-winning author Alison Gaylin (Never Look Back) talks about the Los Angeles Times true crime podcast, Dirty John.