Mark’s success at the Benjamin Franklin Book Awards received some high-profile attention from United States Senator Christopher Murphy. You can see his letter below:
Mark Rubinstein was featured in a recent article in The Wilton Villager which highlighted his recent gold medal in the popular fiction category at the Benjamin Franklin Book Awards and his upcoming writing plans. You can read the full article, “Wilton author earns independent publisher award,” here.
A Review of Mark Rubinstein’s “The Lovers’ Tango” on the blog Reading Other People
Mark Rubinstein’s The Lovers’ Tango was recently reviewed on the blog Reading Other People. Rubinstein, the review concludes,
shines in his depiction of courtroom jargon and forensic science, clearly representative of his true life experience. There is a sense of urgency and intensity in his words that ensnares the reader until the very last word is read. While the subject matter can get a bit gruesome at times, the themes of redemption and revelations prevail in The Lovers’ Tango.
You can read the full review here.
Mark Rubinstein and The Lovers’ Tango were recently featured in the Wilton Bulletin. Jeannette Ross spoke with Mark about his latest work and the role that the tango plays in the work. She writes:
The tango — of the title and the favorite dance of Bill and Nora — is a metaphor for life, Rubinstein said. “It’s a promise and it’s intensely sensual. There’s desire, sensuality, mystery and there’s a profound sadness,” he said. “The dance must end,” as life must end.
Read more in the full article, “Rubinstein’s Courtroom Drama Delves into Love and Loss,” here.
Mad Dog Justice Featured in the Providence Journal
Mad Dog Justice was featured in Jon Land’s thriller review, “Thrillers: Novels that range from old-fashioned to cutting-edge cliffhangers,” in the Providence Journal. Jon writes that “Mark Rubenstein didn’t invent the cat-and-mouse game, but he might as well have,” based on Mad Dog Justice. You can read the full article here.
Mark Rubinstein in the Wilton Bulletin
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 and Peter May on Blog Talk Radio
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.