The magazine says 'Pill City' "deftly ouches a range of national issues as it sings the ballad of Brick and Wax, including urban crime, addiction, race, mental health, sexual abuse, encryption, entrepreneurship and the tech industry. Both teens were raised by heroin-addicted mothers and met as 10-year-olds when both of their moms brought them to a shooting gallery.Read More
I recently spoke to VICE's Seth Ferranti about the changing face of gang culture in New York. You can read our conversation via this link:Read More
Come out for a 'Triangle' reading and signing from 7-8 p.m. this Thursday at The Astoria Bookshop, 31-29 31st Ave., in Queens.
More details can be found here: http://www.astoriabookshop.com/event/author-event-kevin-deutsch-triangle
Thanks to the Queens Courier for their piece on 'The Triangle.' I'm thrilled to be part of the neighborhood.
Here's the link to a fun book interview I did last month with Ron Chepesiuk of Crime Beat Radio: http://www.artistfirst2.com/ArtistFirst_Crime_Beat_2015-03-05.mp3Read More
A big thank you to Flossie McNabb for inviting me to read at her store in February. Pick up a copy of "The Triangle" and other books on their Web site: http://www.unionavebooks.comRead More
"Newsday crime reporter Kevin Deutsch's 'The Triangle' is ...a work of brave and detailed immersive reporting in the tradition of "The Corner" by David Simon."Read More
"Dramatically reconstructed from interviews, legal records and first-hand experience, The Triangle is as fast-paced and action-packed as a first-rate thriller—a literary narrative as entertaining as it is troubling."Read More
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Brian Lehrer last week to talk about my book, as well as the current tensions between the mayor and NYPD. You can listen to the full WNYC segment here:Read More
Miller writes that “Many aspects of this story may sound familiar, but Deutsch wants to change the framework in which we view them. We should, he argues, recognize the ongoing Bloods-Crips conflict not as a series of isolated criminal incidents but as a 45-year war that has claimed 20,000 lives. He points out that fewer Americans died in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars than died in Bloods-Crips battles during the same period.”Read More