Lisa Hasleton interviewed Mark Rubinstein to talk about Assassin’s Lullaby and his writing process more broadly. Read the full interview, “Interview with Suspense Author Mark Rubinstein” here.
Mark Rubinstein on Authors Answer
Mark Rubinstein joined Authors Answer for an interview about his experience as an author, engagement with his readers, and more. Read the full interview here.
Assassin’s Lullaby on The Book Decoder
The Book Decoder reviewed Assassin’s Lullaby and wrote
Assassin’s Lullaby by Mark Rubinstein is a captivating thriller with plot twists you will never see coming. If you are a looking for a completely gripping and thrilling read, you might want to give this book a try.
Read the full review here.
Five Star Review of Assassin’s Lullaby
Novels Alive gave Assassin’s Lullaby a five star review. In her review, Amy Wilson wrote:
The author’s smooth writing style brings the action to the forefront, especially as Dagan is forced to use defensive tactics to escape the clutches of danger. From start to finish, this is one thriller you won’t want to miss.
Read the full review here.
Assassin’s Lullaby in the Wilton Bulletin
Mark Rubinstein and Assassin’s Lullaby were featured in the Wilton Bulletin. You can read the full profile, “Wilton Author Itching to Prove Himself Again with Latest Novel,” here.
Assassin’s Lullaby reviewed for Red Carpet Crash
Assassin’s Lullaby were featured for the Red Carpet Crash. You can read the full review here.
Assassin’s Lullaby on Defrosting Cold Cases
Mark Rubinstein’s Assassin’s Lullaby was reviewed for the Defrosting Cold Cases Blog. Alice de Sturler writes that
I read Assassin’s Lullaby by Mark Rubinstein in one sitting and it cost me a night’s sleep . . . The book is well written, good pace, with believable characters. Highly recommended reading but maybe not right before bed.
You can read her full review here.
Assassin’s Lullaby featured in English Plus Language Blog
Mark Rubinstein’s Assassin’s Lullaby was reviewed for the English Plus Language Blog. The reviewer writes that Assassin’s Lullaby
is very well paced. The plotting by the gangsters, by Eli, and, of course, by extension the author is very clever. There a few unexpected twists… This is psychologically engaging but also very entertaining.
You can read the full review here.
The Storytellers featured in Bookreporter
Mark Rubinstein’s The Storytellers was reviewed for Bookreporter. Reviewer Ray Palen writes that The Storytellers
is the most interesting and engaging work of nonfiction I have read in ages, literally filled with golden nuggets of history, background influences and revelations on every page. I envy the reader who goes on this great adventure and inhales the book as I did.
You can read the full review, “The Storytellers: Straight Talk from the World’s Most Acclaimed Suspense & Thriller Authors,” here.
The Storytellers featured in Jon Land’s Thriller Roundup
Mark Rubinstein’s The Storytellers was featured in Jon Land’s Thriller Roundup for the Providence Journal. In it, bestselling thriller author Jon Land writes:
We now interrupt this thriller column to discuss a brilliant book about, well, thriller writers. In “The Storytellers: Straight Talk from the World’s Most Acclaimed Suspense and Thriller Authors” (Blackstone, 365 pages, $16.99), Mark Rubinstein has fashioned a book that offers the final word on all things related to the craft of telling tales that are impossible to put down.
You can read the full post here.
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