MindWar #2: Hostage Run

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Andrew’s MindWar trilogy of sci-fi thrillers for young adults continues this March with Hostage Run.  It’s available for pre-order now at Amazon and Barnes & Noble and elsewhere. Here’s the description: Rick Dial is faced with an impossible…

Kwik Krimes Now Available

This is kool: Kwik Krimes, a new kollection of 81 very, very short krime stories by some kanny kraftsman, including Joe R. Lansdale, Ken Bruen and me.     Oh, and while you’re buying stuff, remember my…

Interview: “If We Survive” and Leadership

YouthWorker.com recently interviewed me on an off-beat topic: what my young adult novel If We Survive had to say about leadership. Here’s a bit of the exchange: YWJ: Is there a common thread/theme that runs through your…

Nightmare Jacket in Progress

I know — I can’t get this to fit at a reasonably readable size, but at least you can get a glimpse of what Thomas Nelson is working on for the full cover of my upcoming…

The Beholden State is Published

The Beholden State: California’s Lost Promise and How to Recapture It is now officially published and available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble and all the rest.  This is a collection of writings on California’s troubles…

Good Deal on My Kindle YA’s

For those of you who enjoy — or think you might enjoy — or think you know someone who thinks he or she might enjoy — my young adult adventure novels:  most of them are on…

“Crazy Dangerous” Interview

Here’s a recent interview I did with 99.1 Family Radio in Ottawa about my young adult thriller Crazy Dangerous — click on the picture to listen — click on the title to buy the book.

Me on the Mysterious Podcast

Here’s a new chat with mystery maestro Otto Penzler and me, along with colleagues Gary Phillips and Jim Fusilli on the Mysterious Podcast. The subject: my latest thriller for adults, A Killer in the Wind.

A “Killer” Introduction

My pal and colleague Mark Tapson, who writes on the culture for Acculturated.com among other places, provided an exceptionally kind introduction to my speech at the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s Wednesday Morning Club this past week. Someone…

“Killer in the Wind” in Mystery Scene

“Andrew Klavan Focuses on Heroes, Victims” is the interesting headline on a good, short interview with me in Mystery Scene Magazine. The interview focuses on my new thriller for adults, “A Killer in the Wind,” and…