The Unwilling

By |2021-01-26T21:27:32+00:00February 8th, 2021|Mysterious Book Report, Thriller|

The Unwilling Mysterious Book Report No. 435 by John Dwaine McKenna John Hart is the absolute master of Southern Gothic or Appalachian Noir—whatever name it’s given—and is the single best practitioner of the genre working in America today. In his newest, and just released novel, The Unwilling, (St. Martin’s Press, $27.99, 384 pages, ISBN 978-1-250-16772-9), he takes an introspective and deeply personal look at the effect of the Viet

Author Interview-John Hart

By |2021-02-04T20:24:53+00:00February 8th, 2021|Author Interviews, Mysterious Book Report|

Interview With the Author: John Hart by John Dwaine McKenna Our interviewee today is NY Times bestselling author John Hart, who graciously took time from his busy schedule to share his thoughts and writing tips for all of us.  With many thanks . . . here’s our first question: When do you write? I’m a morning guy for story momentum. Get up, get to work, trust whatever organ guides

The Hush

By |2019-12-10T21:52:53+00:00May 28th, 2018|2018 Best Books of the Year, Mysterious Book Report, Thriller|

Mysterious Book Report No. 336 The Hush by John Dwaine McKenna One of the awesomest young writers to come down the literary turnpike in the new millennium is a southern gothic wordsmith named John Hart. The accolades, superlatives and awards directed at him keep piling up at an astonishing rate; making him one of the hottest new novelists; one that all thriller enthusiasts will want to be acquainted with.

Redemption Road

By |2019-12-12T21:20:31+00:00May 5th, 2017|2017 Best Books of the Year, Crime Fiction, Mysterious Book Report|

Redemption Road Mysterious Book Report No. 274 by John Dwaine McKenna One of my personal frustrations in life is that at any given time, there’s a pile of forty to sixty or more books on my bookcase waiting to be read and reported on. Well Okay, you say, What’s wrong with that? Sounds like job security to me . . . True, but here’s the exasperating part. The shelf

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