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Interview: Robert Dugoni, author of Damage Control

Feb 16, 2007

February 16, 2007

In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Joe Hartlaub, Robert Dugoni explains why his second novel, DAMAGE CONTROL, is much more personal and emotional than his debut work of fiction, THE JURY MASTER, and describes some of the strong women in his life upon whom his characters are based. He also discusses his interest in architecture and shares details about future books featuring protagonists David Sloane, Tom Molia and Dana Hill.

Interview: Elizabeth Crook, author of The Night Journal

Feb 16, 2007

February 16, 2007

In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Bronwyn Miller, Elizabeth Crook --- author of THE RAVEN'S BRIDE and PROMISED LANDS --- recounts her experiences from a trip to New Mexico that inspired her most recent book, THE NIGHT JOURNAL, and describes how her own fears of loss and separation worked themselves into its plot. She also explains how her "lack of vision" works favorably when it comes to writing novels, and shares her most and least favorite aspects of the creative process.

Author Talk: Barbara Delinsky, author of Family Tree

Feb 9, 2007

February 9, 2007

Barbara Delinsky is the bestselling author of such novels as AN ACCIDENTAL WOMAN, FLIRTING WITH PETE, THE SUMMER I DARED and LOOKING FOR PEYTON PLACE. In this interview, Delinsky talks about the inspiration behind her latest work of fiction, FAMILY TREE, and its various themes, such as race relations and the concept of family. She also sheds light on the disparities between attitudes of today's generation and those that preceded it, and explains why she favors New England as the setting for many of her books.

Interview: Steve Berry, author of The Alexandria Link

Feb 2, 2007

February 2, 2007

International bestselling author Steve Berry has made a name for himself writing thrillers based on unsolved historical mysteries, such as the true fates of Russia's last tzar in THE ROMANOV PROPHECY and the Knights Templar in THE TEMPLAR LEGACY. His latest novel, THE ALEXANDRIA LINK, revolves around the disappearance of the largest library in the ancient world.

Interview: Lisa Jackson, author of Most Likely to Die

Feb 2, 2007

February 2, 2007

New York Times bestselling novelists Lisa Jackson, Beverly Barton and Wendy Corsi Staub recently combined their talents to co-author MOST LIKELY TO DIE, a romantic suspense thriller.