Your House Will Pay is one of the best pieces of crime fiction I’ve read this year, written with the craft and storytelling ability most authors aspire to.
Author Rick Treon’s debut novel DEEP BACKGROUND was named the 2019 PenCraft Award winner in the fiction/suspense category Tuesday.
There comes a moment in the last quarter of Temper (or earlier if you’re better at this game than I am) when you realize how the story must end. When I got there, I smiled, said “holy s__t” and made sure I had enough time to finish author Layne Fargo’s amazing, raw, borderline psychologically damaging debut thriller.
Rick Treon has signed a contract with Fawkes Press to publish two novels in a new upmarket thriller series, according to Treon and Publisher Jodi Thompson. The first novel, titled Let the Guilty Pay, is scheduled for release in July 2020. Fawkes […]
By the second week of November, I’ll have been a participant — not just an attendee — at the two biggest writing conventions for the mystery/thriller genres.