Muholland Books is a new mystery/suspense imprint from publisher Little, Brown and Company. Starting last year, the imprint starting nabbing all the best writers of those genres they could. The list is impressive and I'm looking forward to seeing what they do with it. I'm especially looking forward to the new Lawrence Block book coming out later this year.
Starting this week, though, Muholland is doing something really gutsy: Offering a serial novel in weekly installments starting January 19. Black Lens has been written by Ken Bruen, a bestselling author of noir and hardboiled fiction.
Here's the link.
The Muholland site also offers free weekly short stories, which I did not know about until today, but will be checking out now. One of the true bonuses is the fact that you can subscribe to the short stories and get them delivered! I subscribed immediately.
Here's the link for that.
They have archives, so I've got a lot of reading to do, and I'm looking forward to the first installment of Black Lens.