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James Lee Burke makes dark music in 'New Iberia Blues'

Louisiana detective Dave Robicheaux and his pal Clete Purcel once again sally forth against new death and old evil in the 22nd book in Burke's series.
Published: 01/18/19
Lasting impact of Gilbert King's 'Devil in the Grove' almost didn't happen

Lasting impact of Gilbert King's 'Devil in the Grove' almost didn't happen

The Pulitzer Prize-winning nonfiction book helped lead to the pardon of the Groveland Four. The author says luck played a role.
Published: 01/17/19
A new novel by 'Silence of the Lambs' author is creeping our way

A new novel by 'Silence of the Lambs' author is creeping our way

Thomas Harris' first book in 13 years, 'Cari Mora,' will be published May 21.
Published: 01/11/19

YA author Maureen Johnson drawn to crime on the page

The author of 'The Vanishing Stairs' is reading true crime and classic crime fiction.
Published: 01/10/19

Dennis Lehane returns to St. Petersburg for Writers in Paradise keynote Jan. 19

The author of 'Live by Night' and 'Mystic River,' who co-founded the Eckerd College writing conference, has been busy lately writing screenplays and producing movies and TV series.
Published: 01/09/19

Author Mikita Brottman's 'An Unexplained Death' a dark true story

The psychoanalyst's bedside reading tends toward the creepy as well.
Updated one month ago

Tim Dorsey's 'No Sunscreen for the Dead' is a riotous retirement for Serge Storms

In his 22nd book in the series, Tim Dorsey's endearingly criminal character comes to the defense of veterans.
Updated one month ago
Novelist Ottessa Moshfegh reads and writes about the past

Novelist Ottessa Moshfegh reads and writes about the past

The acclaimed author will kick off the University of Tampa's Lectores reading series.
Updated one month ago
Books about Florida or by Floridians ruled in 2018

Books about Florida or by Floridians ruled in 2018

A history of the Gulf of Mexico wins a Pulitzer Prize, a collection of short stories peels back the sunny surface and more.
Updated one month ago

Jonathan Franzen's essays take flight in 'The End of the End of the Earth'

'The End of the End of the Earth' explores the novelist's passion for birding, his concern for the environment and more in 16 engaging essays.
Updated one month ago