Alex Segura's picture
14 followers

Alex Segura


USA flag

Alex Segura is a novelist and comic book writer. He is the author of the Miami crime novel SILENT CITY, the first in a series featuring Pete Fernandez. SILENT CITY and its sequel, DOWN THE DARKEST STREET, will be out via Polis Books in 2016. He has also written a number of comic books, including the best-selling and critically acclaimed ARCHIE MEETS KISS storyline, the Occupy Riverdale story and the upcoming ARCHIE MEETS RAMONES. He lives in New York with his wife. He is a Miami native.

Genres: Mystery
 
Novels
   Secret Identity (2022)
thumb
 
Graphic Novels
   The Black Ghost (2021) (with Monica Gallagher)
thumb
 
Awards
Anthony Awards Best Novel nominee (2019) : Blackout
Anthony Awards Best Novel nominee (2020) : Miami Midnight


Alex Segura recommends
thumb
Blessed Are the Dead (2014)
(Gabriella Giovanni Mystery, book 1)
Kristi Belcamino
"Gabriella Giovanni ... has the makings of a character fans will be following for years to come ... A must-read."
thumb
The Throwaway (2018)
Michael Moreci
"Timely, evocative and vibrantly of-the-moment."
thumb
The Desire Card (2019)
Lee Matthew Goldberg
"Lee Matthew Goldberg has created a Bonfire of the Varieties for a new generation...."
thumb
The Pandora Room (2019)
(Ben Walker, book 2)
Christopher Golden
"A haunting look at what happens when a legendary myth crashes into our stark reality, Christopher Golden’s THE PANDORA ROOM has it all ? a chilling premise, taut pacing and a compelling protagonist in the complex and heroic Sophie Durand. A globe-trotting supernatural thriller that also feels deeply personal at the same time, Golden’s sharp and powerful prose will keep readers glued to this book. You’re in for a wild ride."
thumb
Deception Cove (2019)
(Winslow and Burke, book 1)
Owen Laukkanen
"Owen Laukkanen is a powerhouse writer... Intimate and cinematic at the same time. A must-read."
thumb
The Lucky One (2020)
Lori Rader-Day
"Dark, loaded with memorable twists, and featuring a complex, flawed, and unforgettable protagonist, The Lucky One cements Lori Rader-Day’s place as one of crime fiction’s strongest and most compelling voices. You will devour this timely, chilling novel and find yourself desperate for more."
thumb
Derailed (2020)
(Kelly Pruett Mystery, book 1)
Mary Keliikoa
"Mary Keliikoa's debut novel is an important addition to the PI genre - strong with voice, a compelling protagonist in Kelly Pruett, and unforgettable family secrets. DERAILED was hard to put down - and I can't wait to read the next book in this crackling new series."
thumb
Blacktop Wasteland (2020)
S A Cosby
"This book shook me in the best way possible. Cosby’s gritty, powerhouse novel evokes some of the modern masters - Mosley, Pelecanos, and Lehane - with a tone and vibe that is wholly unique. Epic but also grounded and painfully relevant, Blacktop Wasteland is a crime novel for today, and Shawn Cosby is a writer we’ll be hearing from for quite some time. I loved this book."
thumb
Hurry Home (2020)
Roz Nay
"A chilling, sharply-written and hard-to-put-down book that explores the true weight of our past mistakes and secrets and the primal connection of sisterhood. A propulsive and can't-miss novel that will have you speeding through until you reach its jaw-dropping conclusion. This one will be sticking with me for a while."
thumb
For the Best (2020)
Vanessa Lillie
"Lillie’s sophomore novel, For the Best, builds on an already impressive debut with a book that crafts a haunting, evocative mystery—starring a complicated and flawed protagonist in Jules. Lillie’s prose is taut and mesmerizing, and that ending knocked me for a loop. Don’t sleep on this book or Vanessa Lillie—a true rising star in crime fiction."
thumb
The Lady Upstairs (2020)
Halley Sutton
"Halley Sutton's The Lady Upstairs is a haunting, unforgettable debut that sizzles with menace and charm. This dark noir is loaded with mesmerizing characterization and a taut, always-moving plot that left me thirsty for more. Packed with well-crafted twists and a hypnotic voice, Sutton evokes the work of authors like Alafair Burke and Megan Abbott while adding her own unique verve and fire. I loved this book."
thumb
They're Gone (2020)
E A Barres
"They're Gone is a powerful, gritty mystery that firmly establishes E.A. Barres as a voice to be reckoned with in the genre. Barres deftly weaves two very different stories together to create one compulsively readable and defiantly of-the-moment whodunit that lingers with you long after you’ve read the last page."
thumb
Lightseekers (2021)
Femi Kayode
"The best crime fiction transports and enlightens while also entertaining— and Lightseekers, a compulsive and illuminating debut, does that and more. This is a novel that honors and inverts the tried and true tropes of the amateur PI with a contemporary flair that feels assured and innovative. The only thing I didn’t like about this book is that it had to end."
thumb
Girl, 11 (2021)
Amy Suiter Clarke
"GIRL, 11 is a powerful, engaging debut from Amy Suiter Clarke—and gives readers a memorable, genuine protagonist in Elle Castillo. Clarke crafts a tale of obsession, dark histories, and one woman’s quest to bring a terrifying killer to justice, GIRL, 11 is delivered with poise, style, and cunning - making it impossible to put down."
thumb
A Man Named Doll (2021)
Jonathan Ames
"A MAN NAMED DOLL infuses the private eye concept with an unpredictable, vibrant energy, while losing none of the genre’s core, noir elements. Ames is a master of blending humor, pathos, and grit - and A MAN NAMED DOLL is no exception. A truly modern L.A. noir that still manages to feel timeless and steeped in the classics that came before."

Visitors to this page also looked at these authors