Mad Dog Justice Reviewed on Willenator’s World
Now that Mark Rubinstein’s Mad Dog Justice is available in bookstores, Willenator’s World blog re-posted their review from earlier this summer. You can read the full blog post here.
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Mark Rubinstein was recently featured in an article in the Wilton Bulletin. Christopher Burns’ article highlighted the writing process and the plot of Mad Dog Justice. You can read the full article here.
Mark Rubinstein was a guest on Gelati’s Scoop podcast on Blog Talk Radio, along with fellow author Peter May. The two award-winning authors spoke about their latest books and the process of crafting a suspenseful novel. You can listen to the interview here.
Mark Rubinstein wrote a guest blog post on Bibliophilic. com about his recent book, Mad Dog Justice, and the critical role that fear plays in this novel. “We all love to experience fear, so long as we can do it from the safety of our armchairs,” Mark concludes in this post. You can read the whole thing here.
Mark Rubinstein was a guest on Focus on Discussion with Fran Lewis on her special Thriller Thursday. He spoke with Fran Lewis about his recent novel, Mad Dog House, Mark’s forensic psychologist background, and his upcoming novel, Love Gone Mad. You can hear the full interview (Mark’s interview begins at 55:00) here.
Mark Rubinstein was a recent guest on “A Book and a Chat” on Blog Talk Radio. Mark spoke with host Barry Eva about his new novel, Mad Dog House, and his other writing projects. They primarily discussed the compelling characters of Mad Dog House and how the gripping plot and unexpected ending make for a thrilling read. You can read about the interview here and listen to the full interview here.
Mark Rubinstein was a guest on Experience Talks, a weekly public radio program that shares the experiences of dynamic baby boomers. Mark joined Michael John Garces and Peter Howard for a panel of “three men who know about the art of life.” You can listen to his full interview on the April 6th show here.
Mark Rubinstein was profiled by The Hour. Mark discussed his life-long dream of writing a novel and the tragic event that served as the catalyst for him to finally begin working on Mad Dog House. You can read the full interview here.