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Guest Post: Jon Land, author of Pandora’s Temple

What Makes A Thriller? My guest today is thriller author Jon Land. I asked him the following question: Bookstores and libraries love to categorise. Generally ‘crime’ gets its own spot, whereas a ‘thriller’ will get placed within the ‘general fiction’. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Vincent Zandri author of The Disappearance of Grace

My guest today is Vincent Zandri, author of the Disappearance of Grace, as well as a number of other thrillers including the standalone Concrete Pearl and the Dick Moonlight series. I had a few questions for him about his latest … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ethan Cross, Author of “The Prophet”

  My guest on the blog today is Ethan Cross, author of The Prophet. I asked Ethan: “Serial killers seem to capture the readers imagination. Why do you think this is? A morbid fascination, seeking a thrill-ride or is it something else?” … Continue reading

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Author Q&A: Giacomo Giammatteo, Author of Murder Takes Time

Today my guest is Giacomo Giammatteo, I recently read and reviewed his book, Murder Takes Time, and was given the opportunity to ask him some questions:   Murder Takes Time, spans quite a chunk of time in terms of the … Continue reading

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Author Q&A: Vaughan Sherman

I recently reviewed Sasha Plotkin’s Deceit by Vaughan Sherman, naturally I had a few questions, and I had the opportunity to put them to the author.     1 You developed a relationship between the characters of Chris and Sasha … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Jen Estes; Author of Curveball

Jen Estes is my guest on the blog today, I recently reviewed her new book, “Curveball”, a story of baseball set on a tropical island. I asked Jen Baseball and the colour of a tropical paradise; what prompted you to … Continue reading

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Author Guest Post: John Worsley Simpson

I sent the following prompt to author John Worsley Simpson as part of his virtual tour with Partners In Crime Tours: Is crime fiction keeping pace with crime, or are criminals learning a few tricks from crime writers? Here’s what … Continue reading

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