Wilton Library’s 128th Annual Meeting and Author Talk featured guest speaker, Wilton author Dr. Mark Rubinstein. Mark’s talk was “From Homer’s Iliad to Jillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, Mysteries and Thrillers Through the Ages.”
Downfall was reviewed by The Midwest Book Review. The review notes:
“A riveting suspense thriller of a crime novel, “Downfall” is another compelling novel from the pen of author Mark Rubinstein and is certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community library Contemporary Mystery/Suspense collections.”
You can read the full review here.
Assassin’s Lullaby was reviewed by Michelle Kaye Malsbury for Bookpleasures.com. In her review she writes “Read it, enjoy it, I did!” You can read the full post here.
Mark Rubinstein’s Assassin’s Lullaby was featured on the J L Buck Mystery Blog. You can read the full post here.
Mark Rubinstein wrote a guest blog on the website Novels Alive. In it, he talks about the enduring popularity of mafia stories and discusses his lately novel, Assassin’s Lullaby. Read the full post here.
John Valeri, of the Criminal Element blog, reviewed Assassin’s Lullaby. In it, he
Assassin’s Lullaby is as taut and thrilling a suspense novel as you’re likely to find. Mark Rubinstein slays with his keen understanding of the psychology and physicality of crime, which is bolstered by his vivid descriptions and dialog. This renders his characters entirely believable if not always sympathetic. Consequently, gray areas and moral ambiguities abound, reminding us that salvation and survival may not be the same thing after all. An eyes wide-open, up-all-night kind of read from a master storyteller.
Read the full review here.
Mindy McGinnis featured Mark Rubinstein in her latest WHAT (What the Hell Are you Thinking?) interview. You can read the full interview, “On Inspiration And Plot: The Magic Of Writing A Novel,” here.
Rain’n’Books featured a guest post by Mark Rubinstein about Assassin’s Lullaby and the popularity of mafia stories. Read the whole interview here.
The latest Write Now interview features Mark Rubinstein. In it, he explains his process, including that writing on a treadmill during inclement weather sparks his creativity. Read the whole interview here.
Mark Rubinstein wrote a guest post for Crime Reads. You can read the full post, “Going Back to the Old Neighborhood for Inspiration,” here.