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Barry Day – The World of Raymond Chandler

Barry Day’s The World of Raymond Chandler defies categorization. It is mostly fiction, as the subtitle, In His Own Words, implies, although Day strings together the Chandler passages with his own narrative. The book also features Chandler’s letters, which are decidedly non fiction. Reading this book will make you want to read or re-read Chandler’s […]

Robert Knott – The Bridge

Robert Knott has taken up the mantle of the late Robert Parker’s Appaloosa series, Cole and Hitch continuing as the main characters. Knott previously was the screenwriter for the Appaloosa film staring Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen, but had never written a novel before. The characters and the tone are Parker’s, and the storyline seems […]

Dean Koontz – ASK ANNA: Advice for the Furry and Forlorn

Dean Koontz loves golden retrievers and his new book, ASK ANNA: Advice for the Furry and Forlorn is a hilarious take on advice columns. Koontz writes as Anna, his golden, posing as a DEAR ABBY for dogs with social problems. Dean lovingly creates what humans intuit dogs to be thinking, and the result is a […]

Clive Cussler – The Eye of Heaven

The indefatigable Clive Cussler has two novels out now, The Eye of Heaven, a Fargo Adventure and his 23rd Dirk Pitt entry entitled Havana Storm. As usual, he begins both with a historical event in prologue and asks the question, “what if?” Both books use a co-author, Russell Blake in Eye and Clive’s son Dirk […]

Reed Farrel Coleman – Robert B. Parker’s Blind Spot

Acclaimed writer Reed Farrel Coleman has been selected to continue Robert B. Parker’s Jesse Stone series with Blind Spot. Unlike other who have continued to write Parker’s characters, he writes in his own style, not the late author’s. The result is true to the soul of the protagonists, but using a different voice to convey […]

Ken Follett – Edge of Eternity

Edge of Eternity completes Ken Follett’s trilogy detailing the history of the twentieth century through the eyes of fictional characters who interact with the real actors who shaped the course of events. like JFK, MLK, Gorbachev and others. The dapper Englishman explains how he take known facts and gives them life  by making the stories […]

Lee Child – Personal

Lee Child strikes again with his latest Jack Reacher tome, Personal. Child expands Reacher’s horizons to France, England and the American South in a plot to assassinate G8 leaders. He also talks about the short stories that he is fond of releasing between novels.

Sandra Brown – Mean Streak

Sandra Brown’s Mean Streak puts the heroine in immediate peril, and the rest of the novel centers on from whom who she is in peril —- her captor, her husband or the law. Already a best seller, Brown talks about how she crafted her latest work and how she balances the amount of graphic detail […]

Lee Child – Never Go Back

Dean Koontz – The City

Dean Koontz admits the The City is unlike any novel he has ever written. In our conversation he reveals that until his wife read the manuscript, he didn’t realize that there were autobiographical elements in this book. Despite writing from the perspective of a black, city dwelling musician, Koontz sees himself in the main character, […]

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