Some Older Book Reviews

REPORTER by Seymour M. Hersh

THE DESTINY THIEF by Richard Russo

HOW TO READ POETRY LIKE A PROFESSOR by Thomas C. Foster

THE LUCK OF FRIENDSHIP: The Letters of Tennessee Williams and James Laughlin

WRESTLING WITH THE DEVIL by Ngũgĩ Wa Thiong’o

FEEL FREE by Zadie Smith

LATE ESSAYS by J.M. Coetzee

NO TIME TO SPARE by Ursula L. Le Guin

THE WRITTEN WORLD by Martin Puchner

JAMES WRIGHT: A Life in Poetry by Jonathan Blunk

KISS KISS, BANG BANG by Mike Ripley

THE SHADOW IN THE GARDEN by James Atlas

THE WORLD BROKE IN TWO by Bill Goldstein

CHESTER B. HIMES by Lawrence P. Jackson

THE SONGS WE KNOW BEST by Karin Roffman

ERNEST HEMINGWAY by Mary V. Dearborn.

 

Read Robert’s tribute to the late Ursula K. Le Guin on BookPage’s Blog

Robert’s poem “Vineland” was featured at The Fifty-Two: Crime Poetry Weekly on December 4, 2017

Robert’s poem “Sort of Sonnet” appears in the Summer 2017 issue of Tipton Poetry Journal

 

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Three suspense stories by multiple Agatha and Macavity Award nominee Robert Weibezahl. Available as an eBook in Kindle format from Amazon.com
”Identity Theft” first appeared online at http://www.BeattoaPulp.com and was a finalist for the Derringer Award
“Objet D’Art” first appeared in CrimeSpree Magazine
“Judge and Jury” first appeared in Futures Mysterious Anthology Magazine

“Eastern Standard Crime” called “Identity Theft,” “a great sweat-inducing, fast-paced trip through the world of a criminal down on his luck.”

 

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The Derringer Award-nominated short story, “Identity Theft,” appears in Deadly by the Dozen. The eBook is available in Kindle format from Amazon.com and Nook format from Barnesandnoble.com.

 

A Taste of Murder and A Second Helping of Murder celebrate the connection between detective novels and food with dozens of recipes collected from today’s best writers or recreated from crime classics. Each volume serves up 150 wickedly delectable treats from kneadless violence and red herrings to murder most fowl and sweet revenge. So eat, drink, and be wary. . .

A Taste of Murder and A Second Helping of Murder were both finalists for the Agatha and Macavity Awards for best non-fiction book in the mystery field. A Second Helping of Murder also received a Glyph Award – Honorable Mention from the Arizona Publishers Association.

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