And we are back with the first post of crime fiction links and news for the new year. A commitment to keeping this going each week is just one of my 2021 goals.
Let’s get to it.
Here are 3 crime fiction links, 2 quotes, and 1 question for this week:
- The adaptation of Jane Harper’s first Aaron Falk, THE DRY, with Eric Bana had a great premiere in Australia. Still no word if/when/how we might see it in the US.
- ABR looks at some of the ongoing and popular mystery and thriller series returning this winter. Personally, I’m looking forward to the next installment of Orphan X and Peter Ash in January and IQ in February.
- CrimeReads looks at Hemingway’s politics and prose coalescing in his only crime novel.
Two quotes from Australian thriller writer Jane Harper this week:
“To look out and see not another soul between you and the horizon could be a strange and disturbing sight.”
“Life out here is hard. We all try to get through the best way we can. But trust me, there’s not a single person here who isn’t lying to themselves about something.”
- What is your favorite Australian crime book? Garry Disher, Peter Temple and Candice Fox jump to mind along with Jane Harper. What do you think?
Until next Thursday, happy reading,
Author the Max Strong thriller series