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In these video interviews, Anne Rice discusses the genesis and legacy of The Vampire Chronicles and the much-anticipated new entry, Prince Lestat.
Clear your calendars, kids—this one will take a while. But the payoff is gonna be big.
Get ready for Halloween by stocking up on a selection of spooky books. Whether you like reading about vampires, zombies, ghosts, or some other terrifying creatures, we’ve got you covered with a collection that ranges from horror to gothic fiction to supernatural thriller.
In his latest financial thriller, The Prince of Risk, Christopher Reich imagines a sophisticated foreign conspiracy that threatens to wipe out the entire US financial system. Learn more about the novel and its terrifying—and entirely plausible—premise.
For a taste of what’s coming in the latest Harry Hole adventure by Jo Nesbø, sample an exclusive extended excerpt from The Redeemer.
Henning Mankell’s An Event in Autumn, featuring cult detective Kurt Wallander, is available in the U.S. for the very first time! In a bonus author essay which appears in the book, Mankell reflects on the Wallander series—read on for an exclusive excerpt.
The work of one of the world’s most popular spy thriller writers, Gérard de Villiers, is finally available in the U.S. View exclusive footage of the author talking about his forays into the intelligence community, and read an extended excerpt from The Madmen of Benghazi, new from Vintage Books.
Intricately plotted and masterfully written, Jo Nesbø’s latest Harry Hole novel, Police, has all the signature ingredients of a great Scandinavian crime thriller. Here are six Scandinavian crime novels that would appeal to fans of the Harry Hole series.
Antonio Hill shares the inspiration for a subplot in The Good Suicides: the story of the national scandal of Spain’s “stolen babies.”
Welcome to Aftershock, the opening salvo in Andrew Vachss’s first new major crime-fiction series since the vastly popular Burke saga, which launched with the smash-hit Flood in 1985. In this new chapter, Vachss has moved the setting to a sleepy small town, yet the story is no less dark—or engrossing.