Scott Miller gives an absorbing portrait of Allen Dulles, a key figure in the OSS — the forerunner to today’s CIA.
Adam Woog spent decades writing books for middle-school students, mostly biography and history, before sliding into a late-life career as a preschool teacher. Woog and his wife live in Seattle, and they have a grown daughter. He has been writing a crime fiction column for The Seattle Times since forever.
Rankin’s most famous character is long retired but still prowls the dark corners of Edinburgh.
Seattle author Mike Lawson, writing under the name of M.A. Lawson, tells a story ripped from today’s headlines about government upheaval in his new book...
New crime fiction for January includes four new mysteries by Seattle authors, including A.J. Banner, Tracy Weber, Ingrid Thoft and Rachel Bukey.
Erle Stanley Gardner’s 1939 “The Knife Slipped,” just published by Hard Case Crime, is superior, hard-boiled vintage noir.
Adam Woog’s list of his 10 favorite mysteries of 2016 constitutes a ripping good reading list for now and well into 2017.
Adam Woog’s monthly column looks at the latest installments from several best-selling mystery series.
Smith, best known for thrillers (“Gorky Park,” “Tatiana”), sets his latest novel in the romantic city of Venice.