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Author Talk: Joseph Finder, author of Paranoia

Jan 1, 2004

January 2004

In this interview Joseph Finder, author of PARANOIA, shares with readers background on the research that he did in the world of corporate espionage, what he wants readers to experience from their reading and how he wanted this novel "to move like a hot knife through butter."

Interview: Jilliane Hoffman, author of Retribution

Dec 19, 2003

December 19, 2003

Jilliane Hoffman's background in law enforcement helped serve as the inspiration for her debut novel, RETRIBUTION. In Part One of a two-part interview conducted by Bookreporter.com Co-Founder Carol Fitzgerald, and reviewers Joe Hartlaub and Bethanne Kelly Patrick, Hoffman discusses why she made sex crimes the topic of RETRIBUTION, the development of her characters and why she wrote some scenes as graphically as she did.

Interview: Walter Anderson, author of Meant to Be

Nov 25, 2003

November 25, 2003

Walter Anderson is the chairman and CEO of Parade magazine, and the author of five books. His latest, MEANT TO BE, is a touching memoir in which he talks about the emotional and physical abuse he suffered at the hands of his alcoholic father and the question that haunted him for years.

Interview: Jonathan Kellerman, author of The Conspiracy Club

Nov 21, 2003

November 21, 2003

Jonathan Kellerman has brought his expertise as a clinical psychologist to a number of his bestselling suspense novels, including those that feature psychologist Alex Delaware. His latest effort, THE CONSPIRACY CLUB, introduces readers to a new character --- a dedicated young psychologist named Jeremy Carrier.

Author Talk: Sophie Kinsella, author of Confessions of a Shopaholic

Nov 21, 2003

November 21, 2003

Sophie Kinsella, author of CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC, answers Bookreporter.com's Chick Lit Twelve: Questions that give readers insight into these authors.