Friday, April 24, 2009

Media Mystery News (with Thanks to In Reference to Murder)

Our friends over at In Reference to Murder posted a new Media Murder article this morning. A few of the news items are of particular interest to us and are reprinted below.

Variety is reporting that Gaumont has acquired the film rights to 's 2004 bestseller Paranoia. Another Finder thriller, , was made into a 2002 movie of the same title starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd.

Seaweed on the Street, the first mystery in the Silas Seaweed series by , was optioned on behalf of Full Regalia Enterprises. Silas Seaweed is a Coast Salish investigator in Victoria (BC).

Film rights to Oyster Blues, 's debut comic caper, were sold to producer Jon Judelson.

NPR published an audio interview with whose debut mystery, Humpty Dumpty Was Pushed featuring NYPD detective Black Sallie Blue Eyes, was published last month.

Minnesota Public Radio published an interview with who introduced a new series character, NYC private investigator Leonid McGill, in his latest mystery The Long Fall.

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