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Author News & Interviews

Interview: Thomas Perry, author of Dead Aim

Jan 17, 2003

January 17, 2003

In this interview with's Ann Bruns, author Thomas Perry discusses his latest stand-alone novel, DEAD AIM, and talks about predatory and violent characters. Perry also discusses his past work as a television writer and speaks candidly about a popular topic: having novels adapted for film.

Interview: Pete Hamill, author of Forever

Jan 10, 2003

January 10, 2003

In this interview with's Tom Callahan, acclaimed novelist and journalist Pete Hamill discusses his latest novel FOREVER, conveys his love of New York City and explains why he feels "New York fatalism" has helped make life "tolerable" since 9/11/01.

Interview: Stephen Frey, author of Silent Partner

Jan 10, 2003

January 10, 2003

In the first of two special interviews for's Suspense/Thriller feature, Stephen Frey discusses the characters and research for his latest novel, SILENT PARTNER and gives readers insight about his financial career.

Interview: Ken Follett, author of Hornet Flight

Dec 6, 2002

December 6, 2002

Known for his thrillers (EYE OF THE NEEDLE, JACKDAWS, THE THIRD TWIN) and historical fiction (THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH), Ken Follett has entertained readers for decades. In this interview with Follett discusses the historical background behind his latest book, HORNET FLIGHT, and why he believes World War II fiction will remain popular.

Interview: Christopher Andersen, author of George and Laura: Portrait of an American Marriage

Nov 8, 2002

November 8, 2002

New York Times bestselling biographer Christopher Andersen talks to about his latest book, GEORGE AND LAURA, his research techniques, and how he chooses which subjects to write about.