“Dave Zeltserman’s HUSK is a compelling, quirky, twisty, smart, page-turner mix of horror, satire, and even a little romance with (yeah, I’ll say it) bite. A brutal love story perfect for our dark times.” Paul Tremblay, author of A Head Full of Ghosts  I wrote this short article about the origin of HUSK and the......
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To Morris Brick: I’m just beginning—R. G. Berg, Serial Killer Extraordinaire. That’s the taunting note left pinned to the grisly remains of a well-known Hollywood actress. In MALICIOUS, the third thriller in the series, former LAPD detective and famed serial killer hunter, Morris Brick, is drawn into chasing the SPM killer (you’ll have to read......
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HUSK Labor Day weekend is always a good time to pick up students hitchhiking, but that wasn’t why I pulled into the rest stop on the Massachusetts Turnpike. While I had fourteen empty burlap sacks in the back of the van that needed to be filled before heading back home, along with more than enough......
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“I’ve just read the manuscript of Dave Zeltserman’s new novel, Blood Crimes. This is one of the few fresh takes on vampirism I’ve read in years. It’s as if Charles Bukowski sat down and said, OK, Bram Stoker, how about this?” Ed Gorman “The prolific and wildly talented Dave Zeltserman serves up a fast, furious,......
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Note. Murder Club will be published first in Germany with the title ‘Everything Ends Here’ Prologue A wet, stickiness covers my right hand. I don’t want to look down at it, not yet anyway, and I squeeze my eyes closed instead. As I stand there in the shadows I try to remember how not too......
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I sold my 3rd novel Small Crimes to Serpent’s Tail in 2006. Back then we had a different publishing and book world. Hell, ebooks didn’t exist, self-publishing was a dirty word, and it was chain stores putting pressure on independent bookstores, not Amazon. When I was first starting out, I was writing crime noir, then......
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To celebrate the publishing day for my second Morris Brick thriller (and 13th traditionally published novel) I’d like to offer up a recipe for a ‘Crazed’ cocktail: one lunatic wheel chair-bound serial killer who escaped prosecution for her previous crimes, one serial killer hell-bent on gaining notoriety, one desperate wannabe filmmaker who’ll do anything to......
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My first Julius Katz mystery story titled simply JULIUS KATZ was published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in 2009 and later won the 2010 Shamus Award. Now with ARCHIE ON LOAN, my 10th Julius Katz mystery story, I’ve received my second Shamus nomination! Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine has made this story available free on their......
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Sherlock had Watson, Nero Wolfe had Archie Goodwin, Julius Katz has his version of Archie. And Morris Brick’s sidekick? A bull terrier named Parker.  ...
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My publisher has released a new ebook version of SMALL CRIMES to tie-in with the movie being released April 28th on Netflix starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones‘ Jaime Lannister), Molly Parker, Gary Cole, Robert Forster, and Jacki Weaver....
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