Andrew to Celebrate Otto Penzler’s Twilight Years

Andrew will be traveling to New York next week for a gala celebration of the birthday of Otto Penzler. Penzler will be turning 137, breaking the age record for aggravating curmudgeons of 136, set by himself….

Grove/Atlantic – Mysterious Press to Launch “Killer”

Mysterious Press, now an imprint of Grove/Atlantic, will launch it’s Winter 2013 publication list this week. The list will include Andrew’s new thriller for adults, A Killer in the Wind. The story follows troubled vice cop…

“The Scarred Man” Now Available at MysteriousPress.com

I’m delighted to say that The Scarred Man, one of my earliest crime stories — and the first, I think, on which I put my own name (Andrew Klavan writing as Keith Peterson or something like…

Animal Hour Comes Round Again

Nice news — over in the news section — that my screenplay adaptation of my novel Animal Hour has been optioned for film. I was always fond of the premise of this book. Girl goes to…

Andrew’s “Animal Hour” Optioned for Film

Andrew’s 1993 thriller novel The Animal Hour has been optioned for film by Double Life Productions. The company has worked in the past with Millennium Films, producer of The Expendables. The option came on the strength…

New Thriller for Adults Due Next January

Andrew’s new publisher Grove/Atlantic will bring out his latest thriller for adults one year from now, January 2013. The book, which Andrew completed at the end of last year, will be published under the auspices of…

Scarred Man to get E-book Debut

One of Andrew’s very first thrillers, The Scarred Man, will soon join his other early works as an e-book offered by MysteriousPress.com. The website is dedicated to publishing the out-of-print work of top-flight crime writers. Andrew’s John…

Hunting Down Amanda to Get E-life

Andrew’s high octane chase thriller, Hunting Down Amanda, will join his Keith Peterson novels as an e-book at MysteriousPress.com, a new e-book sales site created by mystery maven Otto Penzler and Open Road Integrated Media.  The…

The Return of Keith Peterson

Andrew’s very first crime novels, written under the pseudonym Keith Peterson, will soon be available in electronic form.  Andrew will join such classic writers as James Ellroy, Colin Dexter and Donald Westlake in offering his out-of-print…