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Interview: Linwood Barclay, author of Bad Move

Jun 4, 2004

June 4, 2004

Bookreporter.com's Suspense/Thriller Author Spotlight Team (Carol Fitzgerald, Joe Hartlaub and Wiley Saichek) recently interviewed Linwood Barclay, author of BAD MOVE. In their discussion Barclay explains his character choices and his decision to venture into the mystery genre. He also talks about life in suburbia and the challenges of juggling the jobs of humor columnist and fiction writer.

Interview: Edna Buchanan, author of Cold Case Squad

Jun 4, 2004

June 4, 2004

Pulitzer Prize-winning crime reporter Edna Buchanan, author of COLD CASE SQUAD, talks to Bookreporter.com's Suspense/Thriller Author Spotlight Team (Carol Fitzgerald, Joe Hartlaub and Wiley Saichek) about her inspiration for the "Cold Case Squad" series, as well as her strong personal attachment to her characters. She also discusses in great detail the workload of real-life cold case squads, her writing routine, and the possibility of adapting her fiction for television or film.

Author Talk: Nicholas Sparks, author of The Notebook

Jun 1, 2004

The film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' New York Times bestselling book, THE NOTEBOOK, is being released in theaters June 25th by New Line Cinema. Paula K.

Interview: Christopher Whitcomb, author of Black

May 28, 2004

May 28, 2004

Carol Fitzgerald and Joe Hartlaub of Bookreporter.com talk to Christopher Whitcomb about his debut novel BLACK, a thriller that delves into the world of counter-terrorism. Whitcomb, a former member of the FBI Hostage Rescue Team, speaks candidly about how aspects of the book parallel his experiences, the role that black operations play in combating terrorism and the significance of the title.

Interview: Marian Keyes, author of The Other Side of the Story

May 7, 2004

May 7, 2004

Bookreporter.com contributing writer Bethanne Kelly Patrick talks to Marian Keyes, whose latest novel THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY introduces readers to three women who each encounter problems with the men in their lives. Keyes discusses why she chose to write a book about the publishing industry, her thoughts on the Chick Lit genre and her involvement in a Russian children's orphanage.