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Archives - November 2010

Author Talk: Steve Berry, author of The Emperor’s Tomb

Nov 24, 2010

Hold on to your seatbelts, because international bestselling author Steve Berry is back with THE EMPEROR’S TOMB. This latest installment in his Cotton Malone series follows the former Justice Department operative around the world as he embarks on a harrowing search for Cassiopeia Vitt, a woman from his past who has saved him more than once…and is now being tortured by a mysterious man on the Internet.

Interview: Kylie Brant, author of Deadly Intent The Mindhunters, Book 4

Nov 19, 2010

Three-time Rita finalist Kylie Brant is back with DEADLY INTENT, the fourth installment in her Mindhunters series, which follows forensic linguist Macy Reid as she tries to find the twice-abducted daughter of a Denver tycoon --- and deal with her obnoxious (and incredibly handsome) new team member, who just might be the only man capable of helping her conquer her past.

Author Talk: Roberta Gately, author of Lipstick in Afghanistan

Nov 12, 2010

Humanitarian aid worker Roberta Gately has set her sights on writing novels, impressing critics and authors alike with her spellbinding debut, LIPSTICK IN AFGHANISTAN. In the book, a young nurse named Elsa leaves behind the violent streets of South Boston to run a medical clinic in Afghanistan, armed with only her courage and a lucky tube of lipstick.

Interview: Rick Reed, author of The Cruelest Cut

Nov 12, 2010

Retired Sergeant Rick Reed is reminding readers to shut their windows and secure their doors with his chilling debut novel, THE CRUELEST CUT, which follows Detective Jack Murphy as he tries to stop a cold-blooded and sadistic killer, who’s been leaving fragmented Mother Goose rhymes next to the bodies of his brutally murdered victims.

Author Talk: Jeffery Deaver, author of Edge

Nov 5, 2010

Bestselling author Jeffery Deaver is back with his latest spine-tingling thriller, EDGE, which follows a senior federal protection officer as he tries to protect a Washington, D.C. police detective and his family from a ruthless “lifter” --- and find out why he has been ordered to extract information from them in the first place. In this interview, Deaver gives readers the scoop on his most recent novel, elaborating on why he chose D.C. as a setting and how the book compares to some of his other titles.