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Archives - September 2010

Interview: Beverly Barton, author of Don't Cry

Sep 24, 2010

New York Times bestselling author Beverly Barton has readers hanging on to their seats once again with her latest novel, DON’T CRY, which follows grief counselor Audrey Sherrod and Special Agent J.D. Cass as they try to unlock the key to a string of grisly murders, only to discover that the truth might lie in a series of horrific crimes that have long since been forgotten --- or at least by everyone but Audrey.

Interview: Jennifer Crusie, author of Maybe This Time

Sep 17, 2010

Writing on her own for the first time since 2004’s BET ME, bestselling author Jennifer Crusie pays homage to Henry James with her latest novel, MAYBE THIS TIME, which follows heroine Andie Miller as she tries to sever ties with her ex-husband, only to wind up in a haunted house with her jealous fiancé, two delinquent children and a truly horrible housekeeper.

Interview: Michael Walsh, author of Early Warning

Sep 17, 2010

Picking up where he left off with HOSTILE INTENT, Michael Walsh is back in action with EARLY WARNING, the second installment in the Devlin series that follows a top-secret NSA operative as he tries to track down a ring of radical insurgents who will stop at nothing short of destroying the United States.

Author Talk: , author of

Sep 17, 2010

Prolific author Francine Rivers is moving American readers yet again with HER DAUGHTER’S DREAM, the heart-wrenching sequel to HER MOTHER’S HOPE that follows Carolyn Arundel as she struggles to heal the wounds that ripped her family apart during the Cold War, only to find herself facing the same difficulties with her own daughter, May Flower Dawn.

Author Talk: Tatiana de Rosnay, author of A Secret Kept

Sep 17, 2010

Much to the delight of American readers, bestselling author Tatiana de Rosnay is returning with her second English-language novel, A SECRET KEPT, which follows the trials and tribulations of Parisian architect Antoine Rey after his sister unveils a haunting truth about their mother’s past. In this interview, de Rosnay discusses her fascination with family secrets and the appeal of stepping outside the bounds of conventional literary genres.

Author Talk: Emma Donoghue, author of Room

Sep 17, 2010

Writing ROOM: Why and How

Author Talk: Elizabeth Rosner, author of Blue Nude

Sep 17, 2010

Elizabeth Rosner is an award-winning poet and bestselling author whose most recent novel, BLUE NUDE (now available in paperback), follows the relationship between a once-prominent German painter and his Israeli-born art model, who also happens to be the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor.

Author Talk: William Kent Krueger, author of Vermilion Drift

Sep 10, 2010

William Kent Krueger is the creator of a mystery series featuring Cork O'Connor, a former sheriff of Irish and American-Indian descent. In this interview, Krueger discusses his inspiration for the latest installment, VERMILION DRIFT, and why he explores more fully Cork’s relationship with his parents.

Interview: Dana Reinhardt, author of The Things a Brother Knows

Sep 1, 2010

Reviewers have been raving for months about award-winning author Dana Reinhardt and THE