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Just in case it wasn't already abundantly clear that James Patterson has friends in high places, LOL.

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"Grantchester" series three - coming to PBS on June 18th. Great way to kick off summer.
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The "backstory" of Jane Tennison - what a fantastic concept for a 3-parter! Debuts June 25th on PBS's Masterpiece.


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Author Bradley Spinelli can't stop thinking about bananas... or Guatemalan hitmen, or missing girls... Read his "author's perspective" on his newly released mystery, "The Painted Gun."

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Best-selling British mystery maven M. C. Beaton (creator of Agatha Raisin, Hamish MacBeth and other popular characters) talks about her books in exclusive interview with Prose 'n Cons. Great short piece. http://www.prose-n-cons.com/m-c-beaton-interview.html

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In the wake of the news of Charles Manson's hospitalization, the Los Angeles Times is re-running its original review of perhaps the most famous true crime book of all: "Helter Skelter."

While co-author Curt Gentry undoubtedly deserves more credit than he was ever given, the late Vincent Bugliosi's story is not just a "courtroom drama" (he was the prosecutor of the Manson family) - it is also an encyclopedic discussion of the events leading up to the crimes, the bizarre motive, and an uncanny personality study of Manson himself. To read the original review, click here:

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