Tag Archives: Jonathan Woods

APRIL 1 IN KEY WEST

Latest happenings from the island at the end of the road: I saw Side Effects yesterday, the new movie with Jude Law. He’s terrific, as usual, and so is the movie. It’s very cleverly plotted and keeps you guessing without being over-twisted. No spoilers here. Recommended. After the movie, I came home to a surprise birthday party organized […]

CITIZEN OF THE DAY

The other day, during an outdoor signing I was doing with Jonathan Woods, I was approached by a representative of the Key West Citizen, who asked if I would like to become the Citizen of the Day. It’s a little daily feature they’ve been doing in that paper forever, and although I’ve lived here the better […]

REVIEW: “A DEATH IN MEXICO”

“Solved any good cases lately?” So asks a local whore of Hector Di­az, police inspector in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. And while that seemingly throwaway question dangles between Di­az and the whore in a San Miguel bar one night, it actually forms the basis of A Death In Mexico (New Pulp Press), the debut […]

AND THERE WILL BE WINE!

CRIME NIGHT  at the CORK & STOGIE 1218 Duval St, Key West On Wednesday, November 9, 2011, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. the Cork & Stogie hosts a dark and scream-filled night of crime and punishment when four of Key West’s finest crime story writers read from and discuss their work. Our writer line-up: Jonathan Woods, […]

REVIEW: “BAD JUJU & OTHER TALES OF MADNESS AND MAYHEM”

BAD JUJU & OTHER TALES OF MADNESS AND MAYHEM by Jonathan Woods (2010) Review by Mike Dennis “You’ll never take me alive, coppers.” Been awhile since you’ve heard that line, right. Sounds like it was lifted straight from a 1930s Jimmy Cagney movie, doesn’t it? Probably hasn’t been used in literature in at least that […]