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Sunday, December 11, 2016

New Reviews

In addition to Michael Dirda's Washington Post piece, three other reviews have surfaced in the last week or so:

Publishers Weekly: "This handsome, well-designed volume, with the Nelson interview revealing Macdonald's most personal thoughts and philosophy about a life spent writing, is an unmitigated triumph."

Kirkus Reviews: J. Kingston Pierce named It's All One Case as one of "Three Nonfiction Books Worth Adding to Your Library."

Mystery Scene: Kevin Burton Smith concludes: "Part serious bibliographical and biographical account, and part fanboy geek out, this is essential reading for anyone who ever looked for solutions to their own mysteries in a crime novel." 

Plus, I have it on good authority that Tom Nolan's interview with me will appear in tomorrow's Los Angeles Review of Books.  

Saturday, December 3, 2016

The Washington Post

Thanks to Pulitzer Prize-winning book critic Michael Dirda for reviewing It's All One Case in The Washington Post (11/30/16 online and on the front page of the Style section in the print version the next day).

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