Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Little, Brown Launches New Crime Imprint, Mulholland Books

Mulholland Books (Little, Brown)

Publisher Little, Brown announced today in a press release a new imprint for crime novels: Mulholland Books.

In its mission statement, it refers to the famous Los Angeles street that gives the imprint its name: "The mysteries of Mulholland [Drive] have inspired countless novels, films and works of art, from the classic mysteries of Raymond Chandler and James M. Cain to the voices of James Ellroy, Michael Connelly, Michael Mann, David Lynch and David Hockney."

It goes on to say, "The goal of Little, Brown's Mulholland Books is simple: to publish books you can't stop reading. Whatever their form—crime novels, thrillers, police procedurals, spy stories, even supernatural suspense—the promise of a Mulholland Book is that you'll read it leaning forward, hungry for the next word."

The first books from the imprint written by authors Marcia Clark, Lawrence Block, and Duane Swierczynski will debut in 2011. Little, Brown hopes to publish 24 books a year thereafter, 12 each in hardcover and paperback.

Watch the publisher's introduction video below:

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