Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Ed Lynskey

Declan Burke interviewed Ed Lynskey at Crime Always Pays.

The interrogation opens:

What crime novel would you most like to have written?

HELL HATH NO FURY by Charles Williams, a 1953 noir classic about a smouldering small town and the desperate characters living there and double-crossing each other.

What fictional character would you most like to have been?
Read the entire Q & A.

Ed Lynskey is the author of Pelham Fell Here, The Dirt-Brown Derby, The Dirt-Brown Derby, Out of Town a Few Days, and A Clear Path To Cross (all detective mysteries). His work has also appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Washington Post, and New York Times.

The Page 99 Test: Pelham Fell Here.

--Marshal Zeringue