I Do Not Know Where the Children Are
September 03, 2019
Our Collective History: An Interview with Michael Nava
Désirée Zamorano asks Michael Nava about “Carved in Bone,” his latest mystery novel starring openly gay, Mexican-American defense attorney Henry Rios.
Memento Mori: On Angel Luis Colón’s “Hell Chose Me”
Désirée Zamorano reviews “Hell Chose Me” by Angel Luis Colón.
Much More to Investigate
Désirée Zamorano visits “Miracle Creek” by Angie Kim.
Désirée Zamorano reviews “Black Swan Rising” by Lisa Brackmann.
On “A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising” by Raymond A. Villareal.
A Better Future
Désirée Zamorano interviews Sara Gran about her new novel, “The Infinite Blacktop.”
The Dust on a Butterfly’s Wing: On Sarah Weinman’s Investigation of “The Real Lolita”
Désirée Zamorano reviews “The Real Lolita” by Sarah Weinman.
Désirée Zamorano reviews “These Violent Delights” by Victoria Namkung.
Désirée Zamorano reviews “Hollywood Homicide” by Kellye Garrett.
Her Stoic Ferocity
Désirée Zamorano reviews “Murder on the Red River” by Marcie R. Rendon.
No Safe Space
Désirée Zamorano talks to Sheena Kamal about the first novel in her trilogy, “The Lost Ones.”
Escape to Vigàta: On Andrea Camilleri’s Inspector Montalbano Series
Désirée Zamorano on the Inspector Montalbano series by Andrea Camilleri.
Santa Muerte, Protégeme
Désirée Zamorano reviews “Zero Saints” by Gabino Iglesias.
That Political Charge
Désirée Zamorano interviews Aya de León about her debut novel “Uptown Thief.”
A Complicated Canada
In "The Language of Secrets," Ausma Zehanat Khan vividly shares a complicated Canada few of us, with our naïve perceptions, pause to consider.
That Chicano Thing
Desiree Zamorano reviews "The Skull of Pancho Villa."
Mark Anderson obliterated a mind-boggling $250 million dollars’ worth of wines.
Representing Los Angeles: Nina Revoyr’s “Lost Canyon”
Désirée Zamorano on representation and Los Angeles in Nina Revoyr’s new novel.
Murder Is Revelatory
Desiree Zamorano talks to Steph Cha about her new novel.