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Archives - March 2008

Interview: Lisa Jackson, author of Lost Souls

Mar 28, 2008

March 28, 2008

Bookreporter.com's Stephen Hubbard recently spoke to romantic suspense novelist Lisa Jackson, author of such bestselling novels as ABSOLUTE FEAR, SHIVER and FATAL BURN, about what inspired her most recent publication, LOST SOULS.

Author Talk: Joseph Wambaugh, author of Hollywood Crows

Mar 28, 2008

March 28, 2008

In this interview, former police officer turned author and screenwriter Joseph Wambaugh --- whose latest book is HOLLYWOOD CROWS, a follow-up to 2006’s HOLLYWOOD STATION --- discusses the inspiration behind many of his characters and shares what he has found to be an unlikely but effective method for editing manuscripts. He also describes the changes he has witnessed over the last several decades in both law enforcement and the publishing industry, and recounts some of his experiences working in film and television.

Interview: Mary Kay Andrews, author of Deep Dish

Mar 21, 2008

March 21, 2008

Mary Kay Andrews, the author of such bestselling novels as SAVANNAH BREEZE and BLUE CHRISTMAS, spoke with Bookreporter.com's Carol Fitzgerald and Terry Miller Shannon about her latest release, DEEP DISH.

Interview: Linda Fairstein, author of Killer Heat

Mar 21, 2008

March 21, 2008

Linda Fairstein’s bestselling legal thriller series featuring Alexandra Cooper continues with its 10th installment, KILLER HEAT.

Interview: Katie Arnoldi, author of The Wentworths

Mar 14, 2008

March 14, 2008

Katie Arnoldi's sophomore novel, THE WENTWORTHS, offers a peak into the dysfunctional lives of an unconventional, old-moneyed family from Southern California whose carefully constructed facade begins to crumble as an outsider attempts to become one of them.

Interview: Joan Johnston, author of A Stranger’s Game

Mar 14, 2008

March 14, 2008

Joan Johnston's latest novel, A STRANGER'S GAME, is the seventh installment in her bestselling Bitter Creekseries. In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Carol Fitzgerald and Hillary Wagy, Johnston describes what inspired her to write about a woman wrongly convicted of her father's murder and recalls an unfortunate experience from childhood that subconsciously surfaces in her work. She also explains what prompted her to leave her career in law to pursue writing full time, shares her thoughts on the appeal of romance novels and reveals details about her upcoming series, The Benedicts of Richmond. 

Interview: Stephen White, author of Dead Time

Mar 7, 2008

March 7, 2008

Stephen White --- the author of such novels as DRY ICE, KILL ME, MISSING PERSONS and BLINDED --- recently published DEAD TIME, his 16th book in the bestselling Alan Gregory series.