DAVID C TAYLOR  WRITES ABOUT NEW YORK’S MAD BOMBER AND EARLY CRIMINAL PROFILING

David C Taylor’s Michael Cassidy series is a favorite of ours, dealing with a vivid New York of the fifties. Recently, for crime reads he wrote of this true account of a pipe bomber who terrorized the city both pre and post World War Two and how one of the first attempts at criminal profiling brought him down.

https://crimereads.com/how-a-disgruntled-workers-pipe-bombs-led-to-the-birth-of-criminal-profiling/

PODCAST WITH DAVID C TAYLOR AND JOAN MORAN

A few weeks ago David C. Taylor author of the Michael Cassidy series and Joan Moran, who made a crime fiction debut with The Accidental Cuban, came to BookPeople and talked with crime fiction coordinator Scott Montgomery about their books and use of settings. Taylor’s latest, Night Watch, takes place in fifties New York like his other two, and Joan’s starts in Obama ere Cuba. For those who missed it, here is the discussion—

CRIME FICTION FRIDAY- THE CAREFUL HUNTER BY TERRENCE P. MCCAULEY

Dark Territory (A Sheriff Aaron Mackey Western #2) Cover ImageTerrence P. McCauley is a jack of all trades genre writer. He applies great craft to his short stories whether they be prohibition era gangster, modern spy, or private eye. His latest book, Dark Territory, is a action packed western featuring his sheriff Aaron Mackey. In this short story, publisher din Shotgun Honey, he gives us an entertaining crime tale.