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An International Celebration for Three Bantam Dell Thriller Authors

Three Bantam Dell authors were recognized for their novels this week. In England, Lee Child's Bad Luck and Trouble and David Hewson's The Garden of Evil were both shortlisted for the fifth annual Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the... more

History isn't always that old, you know

Monday. Oh that means Houston, doesn't it? Murder by the Book, 6.30 pm tonight. But let's step back to San Francisco for a moment, back into history. When I'm in Italy I tend to do this in giant steps. In... more

Dante... meet Scottie, you'll like him

The first flashback came when I wandered through the Marina and found myself walking past a building that was, quite deliberately, designed to look like a Roman ruin, a sketch from Piranesi made real to be precise. It's called the... more

A book derailed.. what real life does to authors

So, as I related yesterday, there I was about to write a book called Dante's Numbers, set entirely in Rome around a movie based upon Dante' Inferno. Easy peasy. Or as easy peasy as it ever gets. Then, out of... more

The original idea for Dante's Numbers

Authors are thieves and liars, and the better we do it, the happier you lot are. Some people steal real characters and stories then weave some fabrication around them. I'm a little different. I lift a piece of Italy's rich... more


Hewson is known for his stylish, literate suspense writing and his ability to portray such lush settings. But don't let that fool you into thinking he doesn't provide some of the most gripping and twisted mysteries out there. His plots... more

Why I brought my Romans to America

Confession time: I'm a serial author. I keep coming back to the same people, time and time again, trying to squeeze a story out of a bunch of people who, over seven books, have grown, in my mind and those... more