Starr switches to St. Martin’s

Subject header pretty much says it all, but the deal report — a few weeks after the logistics were worked out — has the details:

Barry- and Anthony Award-winning crime writer Jason Starr’s LIGHTS OUT, about the intertwined fates of two former high school rivals and the woman who comes between them when one becomes a spoiled superstar athlete and the other a penniless house painter, to Ben Sevier at Minotaur, in a two-book deal, by Brian DeFiore at DeFiore and Company (NA, already sold to Orion in the UK).

For those keeping score, Sevier is the editor responsible for current and upcoming books by the likes of Ken Bruen, J.D. Rhoades, Daniel Judson, Marcus Sakey, Steve Hockensmith, Mitchell Bartoy, Rob Gregory-Browne, and Lono Waiwaiole. His list just keeps getting more noir