Interview with Swinson and Sam Wiebe

Interview
Murderers Row | Rob Brunet An interview with David Swinson and Sam Wiebe ...  Last year, I had an opportunity to share a perfect writers’ conference moment with two authors on the brink of launching new PI series. You could tell things were off to a good start when a friend handed us each a warm beer wrapped in a paper napkin. This June, I read their books back-to-back. David Swinson’s THE SECOND GIRL and Sam Wiebe’s INVISIBLE DEAD spoiled me for the rest of the summer. Their first-person character voices are authentic and what they share with their creators is the gravitas that made spending a couple late nights with these guys so memorable … read more.
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Blood on the Bayou Boucheron 2016

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New Orleans, LA | September 15-18, 2016 ...  Boucheron 2016 is next week! Too many authors to list. Be sure to check out David’s panel, “Bad to the Bone.” Here’s where to find Mulholland Books’ authors and (free!) copies of their books: http://ow.ly/IVzH303R6nZ.
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Book Signing | East City Bookshop

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Washington DC | August 25, 2016 at 6:30pm ...  Meet David Swinson, author of The Second Girl and Del Quentin Wilber, author of A Good Month for Murder. They will discuss their new books, followed by a signing at East City Bookshop. For more information, go to EventBrite.
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This Former DC Cop Just Wrote Your Favorite Summer Crime Novel

Interview
By Del Quentin Wilber on July 5, 2016 ...  “I am not Frank Marr,” says David Swinson even as he does a not-bad impersonation of the protagonist of his new cop thriller, The Second Girl. It’s true that Swinson isn’t exactly the Marr of my imagination, but in my mind they share Swinson’s scruffy beard, swept-back black hair, and dark bags under piercing blue eyes. As he protests, the author is perched on a stool, a tumbler of whiskey in his hand, in Shelly’s Back Room in downtown DC, where Marr also pops up in the book …
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The Second Girl Makes KIRKUS’ Summer Reading List

The Second Girl Makes KIRKUS’ Summer Reading List

Book Review
The list that will keep you book-happy all summer long By Megan Labrise on June 2, 2016 ...  The seeming theme of this year’s list—20 titles tailor-made for enjoyment outside, with some lemonade—is “outsiders.” The protagonists of these books, both fictive and real, include artists and writers, felons, fractured families, tomboys, men in fashion, and, in one hotly anticipated novel, the young women of a cult …
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Under the Oaks

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Bouchercon 2015 ...  Bouchercon is the Annual World Mystery Convention, where every year readers, writers, publishers, editors, agents, booksellers and other lovers of crime fiction gather for a long weekend of education, entertainment, and fun. The first Bouchercon took place in 1970 in Santa Monica. Recent Bouchercons have been held in Chicago, Anchorage, Baltimore, Indianapolis, San Francisco, and St. Louis. [gallery columns="4" ids="1052,1053,1054,1055,1056,1064,1063,1065,1062"]
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Noir at the Bar DC

Noir at the Bar DC

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Washington, DC | October 2015 ...  In the first D.C. “Noir at the Bar” gathering, 10 crime-fiction authors signed and read from their books. First held in Philadelphia in 2008, “Noir at the Bar” events are popping up across the country, with crime-noir writers networking and sharing their stories.
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A Detailed Man Stuff

Book Review
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