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Archives - July 2002

Interview: Louisa Ermelino, author of The Sisters Mallone: Una Storia Di Famiglia

Jul 26, 2002

July 26, 2002

Louisa Ermelino's latest book THE SISTERS MALLONE takes place in Little Italy in New York, just like her previous work, THE BLACK MADONNA. In an interview with Bookreporter.com's Andrea Hoag, Ermelino talks about the solidarity of Italian women, the nuances of life in Little Italy, influences on her writing --- and her reading.

Interview: Barbara Delinsky, author of An Accidental Woman

Jul 26, 2002

July 26, 2002

Barbara Delinsky, author of AN ACCIDENTAL WOMAN, has written and published sixty-five novels in a variety of genres. Delinsky reveals the meaning behind her title and the difficulty of resurrecting characters from a previous novel in this interview with Bookreporter.com's Roberta O'Hara .

Interview: D. W. Buffa, author of The Legacy

Jul 26, 2002

July 26, 2002

D. W. Buffa, lawyer, teacher and author of THE LEGACY, has written three previous novels featuring defense attorney Joseph Antonelli: THE DEFENSE, THE PROSECUTION and THE JUDGMENT. In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Joe Hartlaub, Buffa shares his view on the essence of justice and what he feels are the basis of his characters.

Interview: Kathy Reichs, author of Grave Secrets

Jul 12, 2002

July 12, 2002

Kathy Reichs, author of four previous thrillers featuring her fictional counterpart, Dr. Temperance Brennan, has written a heart-wrenching fifth novel, GRAVE SECRETS. In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Ann Bruns, Dr. Reichs explains the unique profession of forensic anthropology and the emotional toll of her real life experiences that emanates throughout her novels.

Interview: Stephanie Gertler, author of The Puzzle Bark Tree

Jul 12, 2002

July 12, 2002

Author Stephanie Gertler's new book THE PUZZLE BARK TREE exposes a family secret that has devasted a family for decades. In an interview with Roberta O'Hara Gertler shares what inspired her storyline, the importance of pacing to the writing process, and her views on the morality of adultery.

Interview: Dr. Tim LaHaye, author of Left Behind #1

Jul 1, 2002

July 1, 2002

The Left Behind series, co-authored by Jerry B. Jenkins and Dr. Tim F. LaHaye, has been breaking sales records in the book industry for the past few years. Even those not familiar with the material in the books know the titles of the most recent books --- THE INDWELLING, THE MARK and DESECRATION --- each of which topped the New York Times Bestseller list for many weeks.