Crime Fiction Novels Category

John Leonardo Crucci and Leonardo Dominic Crucci, a Deadly Lullaby

When characters with beautiful, melodic names like Leonardo and Dominic, go by “Babe” and “Leo”, it can only mean one thing: There’s a Deadly Lullaby in the offing.  McClure juxtaposes the lives of a career hit man father and a police detective son, a son who rebuffs his father’s attempts at reconciliation. Could he fear […]

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Deadly Lullaby: A Thriller, is a rollicking crime novel of family and felony

Fresh off a nine-year stint in San Quentin, career hitman Babe Crucci seeks reconciliation with his estranged son, Leo, who just so happens to be a rising star in the LAPD.  As Babe sits before him at breakfast, Leo realizes that although his knowledge of psychology is pretty basic, he doesn’t have to be Sigmund […]

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Carrots, celery sticks and flank steak make for a healthy dose of crime fiction

Author Robert McClure talks about scene where flank steak, carrots & celery are part of Babe Crucci’s survival kit in his crime fiction novel Deadly Lullaby

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Bouchercon 2015 / Murder under the Oaks

I’m looking forward to meeting up this October with many of my fellow crime fiction authors at the 46th annual, mystery and crime fiction conference, Bouchercon 2015.  Here’s a special shout out to attendees who share my literary agent, Sobel Weber Associates, and with whom I hope to have a drink (or two) at Bouchercon:  […]

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