Books by Mark Arsenault

Mark Arsenault has been a paperboy, a “section stuffer,” a newspaper delivery truck driver, a paste-up artist and, since 1989, a reporter. He presently covers state politics for The Providence Journal. When he is not at his keyboard, you might find him on


LOOT THE MOON by Mark Arsenault
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 13, 2009

"Billy's second has the same assets and liabilities as its predecessor (Gravewriter, 2006): sharp, stylish prose and a great cast of supporting characters much more interesting than the hero."
Was the judge's murder a carjacking gone bad, or something more sinister? Read full book review >
GRAVEWRITER by Mark Arsenault
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 4, 2006

"Despite the scattershot plot, Arsenault's terrific writing (Speak Ill of the Living, 2005, etc.) makes this a page-turner."
A juror with heavy emotional baggage becomes the target of a ruthless killer. Read full book review >
SPEAK ILL OF THE LIVING by Mark Arsenault
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2005

"Few surprises in the plot, but Arsenault (Spike, 2004) is a crackling good stylist with a knack for quirky characters."
A rumpled Massachusetts reporter gets the hottest leads on a dangerous story from his long-lost brother, a prison inmate. Read full book review >