Q.R. Markham‘s debut spy novel Assassin of Secrets has been removed from their list by Little, Brown’s Mulholland Books.
The author’s bio has also been removed from the Mulholland Books website, but you can read his biography at his UK publisher’s site: “Markham has been a parks department employee, laundry-truck driver, door-to-door knife salesman, telemarketer, rock ‘n’ roll bassist, literary scout, book-reviewer, small business owner, and consultant. His writing has appeared in the Paris Review, Bomb Magazine, Witness, The New York Post, and more.”
Or so it says.
According to Sarah Weinman, Q.R. Markham is actually Quentin Rowan, one of the owners of Spoonbill and Sugartown Bookstore in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Maybe we should blame the cat ...
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