Sunday, March 7, 2010

BFP News (March 7)


Ken Bruen

On World Book Day, award-winning crime writer Ken Bruen (London Boulevard; The Devil) read to Galway children from his upcoming kids' book (to be published in 2011).

Bill Fitzhugh

Look for new BFP author Bill Fitzhugh (The Organ Grinders) at this weekend's Left Coast Crime mystery convention in Los Angeles; he's the Toastmaster. He'll share more information on The Exterminators, the upcoming, long-awaited sequel to his 1996 cult hit, Pest Control, that will launch at next year's Left Coast Crime in Santa Fe. Other BFP authors attending LCC 2010 include Steve Brewer (Damn Near Dead), Christa Faust (A Hell of a Woman), Gar Anthony Haywood (Damn Near Dead 2), Naomi Hirahara (A Hell of a Woman), Gary Phillips (Damn Near Dead 2), and Kat Richardson (Damn Near Dead 2).

A. E. Maxwell

The fourth Fiddler & Fiora thriller, Just Enough Light to Kill, is at the printers, and will start shipping to stores the first week of April. This thriller -- in which Fiddler heads to the California-Mexico border to investigate the murder of a Customs Agent friend -- is one the series' best, and Time magazine named it one of the year's best suspense novels back when it first came out! this is a private eye/thriller series not to be missed.

Zoë Sharp

More early praise for Zoë Sharp's Killer Instinct (on sale in May; also available in large print from Isis):

"Charlotte 'Charlie' Fox could give Cotton Malone a run for his money, but I think he'd enjoy every minute of it. Killer Instinct is spicy, smart, and entertaining. Zoë Sharp has a gift for place and character, making it seem as familiar as your own backyard. She draws out every emotion in the reader with some stylish prose. Well done." -- Steve Berry, best-selling author of The Paris Vendetta

"Charlie Fox is tough, compassionate, and kicks ass to protect others -- how could anyone not love her? Zoë Sharp is a master at writing thoughtful action thrillers, and Killer Instinct is no exception. Read it!" -- Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author of The Liar's Lullaby

2 comments:

Keith Rawson said...

Wow, Ken looks great with a beard. Really looking forward to Just Enough Light to Kill

David Thompson said...

Thanks, Keith!