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Archives - September 2005

Interview: Margaret Coel, author of Eye of the Wolf

Sep 9, 2005

September 9, 2005

Bookreporter.com's Carol Fitzgerald, Joe Hartlaub and Wiley Saichek interviewed Margaret Coel, the New York Times bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Wind River Reservation mysteries. Coel talks about the research that was necessary for EYE OF THE WOLF --- the eleventh book in this series --- and the themes that have been carried over from the previous ten volumes. She also discusses the complexities of her characters, her passion for American Western history, and her methods for planning future novels.

Interview: Jim Lynch, author of The Highest Tide

Sep 9, 2005

September 9, 2005

Award-winning journalist and short story writer Jim Lynch talked to Bookreporter.com's Carol Fitzgerald and Joni Rendon about his debut novel, THE HIGHEST TIDE. In this interview they discuss Lynch's profound respect for oceanographer and author Rachel Carson, and how living close to the water has fueled both his imagination and his fascination with ocean life. He also reflects on the similarities and differences between himself and his young protagonist, as well as the shifts in perspective one's coming of age will evoke.

Interview: J.A. Konrath, author of Whiskey Sour: A Jack Daniels Mystery

Sep 9, 2005

September 9, 2005

Bookreporter.com contributing writer Amy Alessio interviewed J.A. Konrath, author of the addictive Jack Daniels series, from his home in the Chicago suburbs. Konrath is known for his original and surprising plot details as well as the humor that is prevalent in his mysteries. Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels is a Chicago Police Lieutenant with a messy personal life and a habit of running into vicious killers. Konrath plans many more of these police procedurals, which have gained him critical acclaim and an exciting new writing career.

Author Talk: David Morrell, author of Creepers

Sep 1, 2005

September 2005

David Morrell Talks About the Real-Time Aspect of the Plot in CREEPERS