The novel Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure is nominated by ITW for 2016 Award!
Posted on April 10, 2016 Leave a Comment
The crime fiction thriller, Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure, has been nominated by International Thriller Writers (ITW) for an award in the category of Best eBook Original Novel. The 2016 ITW Thriller Award Winners will be announced at ThrillerFest XI on July 9, 2016, at the Grand Hyatt in New York City. ITW represents professional thriller authors […]
“Fascinating from the first page,” Deadly Lullaby now on sale for 99 cents!
Posted on February 19, 2016 Leave a Comment
Deadly Lullaby, a father-son crime fiction novel, has been described by readers as “captivating from the beginning . . . with a twist and a lot of hard packed action”, “a great surprise”, “A different kind of beautiful”, a “wonderful original take”, and “fascinating from the first page”.
Comment to win the LitStack December Giveaway of Deadly Lullaby
Posted on December 3, 2015 2 Comments
Litstack, a cozy little bookshop, has chosen Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure for its December 2015 giveaway. Post a comment for chance to win!
Prestigious crime fiction website CrimeFiction.FM interviews author Robert McClure
Posted on November 13, 2015 Leave a Comment
Stephen Campbell, crime fiction afficionado, published interview with Robert McClure, author of Deadly Lullaby, on http://www.CrimeFiction.FM, an Amazon.com affiliate that covers “the wonderful world of crime fiction and all its subgenres, sharing the work of bestselling authors and those who aren’t there yet.”
Deadly Lullaby Novel Garners Another 5 Star Review!
Posted on October 19, 2015 Leave a Comment
A new 5-star review was posted on Goodreads over the weekend for Robert McClure’s new crime fiction novel Deadly Lullaby. The reviewer, who has over 750 book reviews to his credit, writes: “I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was fast paced and the characters and story line made for a quick read as well. . […]
Babe Crucci’s creator, author of Deadly Lullaby, interviewed by local media
Posted on October 17, 2015 Leave a Comment
Hey, it’s Babe Crucci here. Connie Leonard of WAVE3 News in the Derby City interviewed my creator, the author of the book I star in, titled Deadly Lullaby. You can see the whole flipping interview by clicking here. “Robert Darrell Bubba Mac Bob McClure” (the author has a lot of aliases doesn’t he) tells Leonard […]
Babe and Leo scene from Deadly Lullaby featured on Shine Like Stars blog
Posted on October 14, 2015 Leave a Comment
Babe Crucci and his son Leo are the central characters in the crime fiction thriller, Deadly Lullaby, a rollicking novel about family and felony by Robert McClure. The book blog, Shine Like Stars in the Universe, features the following excerpt from the novel where Babe and Leo are arriving at an isolated warehouse to resolve Leo’s […]
Deadly Lullaby: by Robert McClure — “a relentless thrill ride”
Posted on October 2, 2015 Leave a Comment
On October 1, 2015, the book blog, Mythical Books, featured excerpts from Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure, published by Penguin-Random House. This tour stop was appropriately titled “a relentless thrill ride”. Click here to visit the Mythical Books web welcome for Deadly Lullaby. Thanks for hosting us yesterday! Previous book blog tour stops: ♥ BooksChatter […]
Next Stop on Virtual Book Tour for Deadly Lullaby: The Compelling Beasts Blog
Posted on October 1, 2015 Leave a Comment
The virtual book tour for crime fiction thriller, Deadly Lullaby, published by Penguin-Random House, kicked off on September 22, 2015, with I Heart Reading and runs through October 22, 2015. Next up on the tour is an interview of author, Robert McClure, by the Compelling Beasts Blog, a blog dedicated to antagonists, antiheroes and other […]
Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure: Good thriller with interesting angle on family relationships
Posted on September 30, 2015 Leave a Comment
Majanka of I Heart Reading gives crime thriller novel, Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure, a thumbs up “to everyone who enjoyed a good thriller and doesn’t mind some violence.”