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February Interview Schedule:

Keenan Powell 2/6, Hemlock Needle

A. R. Kennedy 2/13, Saving Ferris

Shari Randall 2/20, Drawn and Buttered

V. M. Burns 2/27, The Puppy Who Knew Too Much


Saturday Guest Bloggers: 2/2 Marilyn Meredith, 2/9 Chloe Sunstone

WWK Satuday Bloggers: 2/16 Margaret S. Hamilton, 2/23 Kait Carson


Congratulations to our writers for the following publications:


We are especially proud of two WWK bloggers:


Congratulations to Shari Randall for her nomination for the Agatha Award for Best First Novel. Her book, Curses, Boiled Again was published by St. Martin's last year. Read the interviewabout the book here. Yay, Shari!


The Malice Domestic conference participants have nominated Annette Dashofy for an Agatha Award for her Zoe Chambers mystery Cry Wolf, published in 2018 by Henery Press. Read E. B. Davis's interview with Annette about Cry Wolf here. Will four nominations be the charm?


Warren Bull's Abraham Lincoln: Seldom Told Stories was released. It is available at: GoRead: https://www.goread.com/book/abraham-lincoln-seldom-told-stories or at Amazon: http://a.co/d/jdSBKdM

Grace Topping signed a three-book contract with Henery Press for her Laura Bishop Home Staging series. Congratulations, Grace!


KM Rockwood's new short story, "Map to Oblivion," has been included the anthology Shhhh...Murder! edited by Andrew MacRae and published by Darkhouse Books. It was released on Sept. 12.


Warren Bull also has a story in Shhh...Murder! Look for "Elsinore Noir," Warren's short story, in this anthology.


Shari Randall's third Lobster Shack Mystery, Drawn and Buttered, was published February 26, 2019. Available for sale.

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Friday, July 6, 2018

The Killing Kind by Chris Holm: A Review by Warren Bull


Author Chris Holm presents an interesting premise in The Killing Kind. Michael Hendricks is an assassin for hire. He is a hit man who only kills other hit men. The novel won the Anthony Award and was nominated for several other awards. No surprise it is well worth reading.
Trained in “black ops,” left cynical by the secret missions he participated in, and presumed dead after a disastrous military expedition, Hendricks ghosts in and out of jobs leaving no trace behind.  He will only take jobs when the person whose life is threatened is someone he believes is worth saving and when that person can meet his price. But too many unexplained deaths of the deadliest hit men in America have the FBI and the mafia both searching for him.
His self-loathing and risk-taking are not as dangerous to him as the few human ties that still exist in his stunted emotional life. Wounded and unarmed he must face his greatest opponent ever.
My highest recommendations.  

4 comments:

Judi said...

Love both of his books and can’t wait for a third.

Kait said...

I was surprised to find this book was released in 2015. It has all the hallmarks of classic noir. Sounds great. Thanks for the introduction, Warren.

Margaret Turkevich said...

Looks like a winner. Thanks for the recommendation.

KM Rockwood said...

Sounds like a great psychological suspense novel!