BOLO – Week of February 7, 2016

From The Booking Desk:

Just two books to highlight this week (and one of them is a hold-over from last week).  Both of these would be great choices for reading this week or you can check out the earlier BOLO posts from this year for other options. There is never a shortage of new books to consume.

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Where It Hurts –
The BOLO Books Review

On any list of under-appreciated crime fiction authors, the name Reed Farrel Coleman is sure to appear. A critical favorite with a very loyal fan base, Coleman has yet to become as popular and name-recognizable as his talent warrants. With the release of Where It Hurts, the first in a new gritty crime fiction series, he just might be making the first step toward rectifying that oversight.

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Wendy Tyson interviews Kristopher Zgorski

The Thrill Begins, the blog associated with the International Thriller Writers (ITW) society, is devoting this week to an examination of crime fiction critics and the support they provide to authors and readers.

I was honored when Wendy Tyson asked to interview me about my work on BOLO Books and today that interview has gone live. Managing Editor E. A. Aymar has allowed his contributors to compile a virtual who’s who of folks in today’s critique world and I have no doubt that both readers and writers will gain insight into this often over-looked aspect of book promotion. Be sure to stop by – not just today for my interview – but all this week. I know I certainly will.

http://thrillbegins.com/2016/02/02/an-interview-with-kristopher-zgorski-of-bolo-books/

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BOLO – Week of January 31, 2016

From The Booking Desk:

It’s February folks. This year is really is flying by. And it is time for another list of excellent new releases. Be sure to check out these new books available in stores this week.

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The Poison Artist – The BOLO Books Review

Typically, when a reader picks up a book, they follow the journey set out for them by the author of that novel. Even when the structure of a novel is complex and labyrinthine, there is a feeling that the author is in control. With his new novel, The Poison Artist, Jonathan Moore allows the reader to have a new experience. It’s hard to explain – and it’s not really as chaotic as it might sound – but The Poison Artist feels more like everyone, including the author, is following the characters around – characters themselves who are confused and disoriented.

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BOLO – Week of January 24, 2016

From The Booking Desk:

Snowbound here, but that isn’t stopping the release of some great books this week. This is the time when you will be most glad to have those e-books automatically delivered to you at home. Check out these great new releases.

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