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Archives - November 2007

Interview: Kyle Mills, author of Darkness Falls

Nov 30, 2007

November 30, 2007

Kyle Mills is the New York Times bestselling author of eight books, including RISING PHOENIX, THE SECOND HORSEMAN and FADE. In this interview with's Joe Hartlaub, Mills explains why he prefers to write about realistic and timely subjects, and discusses some of the parallels between real-life occurrences and events that take place in his latest novel, DARKNESS FALLS. He also reveals what he has learned through his research on alternative forms of energy, shares his thoughts on environmental issues and describes what he is currently working on.

Interview: John Lutz, author of In for the Kill

Nov 23, 2007

Novmeber 23, 2007

Award-winning mystery/thriller author John Lutz has written over 40 books and five times as many short stories, and is probably best known for his novel SWF SEEKS SAME, which was adapted into the hit movie Single White Female. In this interview with's Joe Hartlaub, Lutz describes his childhood inspiration for the particularly vicious villain in his latest work of fiction, IN FOR THE KILL, and explains how his stint working for the St. Louis PD gave him insight into how those working in law enforcement handle witnessing crime and violence on a daily basis. He also elaborates on the familial relationships established in the book, compares and contrasts writing novels with short stories and reveals when readers can expect a new Frank Quinn novel.

Interview: Marie Bostwick, author of On Wings of the Morning

Nov 9, 2007

November 9, 2007

Reading a Marie Bostwick novel is like treating yourself to a long, luxurious bubble bath --- restful and invigorating at the same time. In ON WINGS OF THE MORNING, Bostwick mixes romance, rich historical details and faith to offer an engaging story of male and female pilots in World War II. In this interview, she talks with’s Cindy Crosby about how Anne Frank inspired her as a young girl to investigate history, her early joyrides in her father’s small airplane, why faith is woven into her novels and a secret desire that might surprise you.