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Archives - January 2011

Interview: Mary Burton, author of Senseless

Jan 28, 2011

An ex-marketing whiz and a Southern girl at heart, Mary Burton is the critically acclaimed author of SENSELESS, a romantic suspense that follows homicide detective Deacon Garrison and the ill-fated Eva Rayburn, a mysterious woman who was implicat

Interview: Sherri Wood Emmons, author of Prayers and Lies

Jan 28, 2011

First-time author Sherri Wood Emmons is captivating readers with PRAYERS AND LIES, her haunting debut that follows a small-town girl’s journey into adulthood --- and her gradual discovery of several unimaginable secrets that, once disclosed

Interview: Daniel Palmer, author of Delirious

Jan 28, 2011

A songwriting techie and a first-time novelist, Daniel Palmer is the author of DELIRIOUS, a stunning debut that follows the sudden demise of an up-and-coming electronics star, who finds himself wanted for murder when someone starts eliminating hi

Author Talk: Simon Lelic, author of A Thousand Cuts

Jan 28, 2011

A part-time businessman and a first-time author, Simon Lelic has stunned audiences with A THOUSAND CUTS, a harrowing debut (now available in paperback) that follows Detective Inspector Lucia May as she tries to unlock the truth behind a terrible

Author Talk: Brad Meltzer, author of The Inner Circle

Jan 14, 2011

Brad Meltzer is the bestselling author of eight critically acclaimed thrillers, including his latest, THE INNER CIRCLE, which follows a young government archivist who stumbles across a long-lost treasure, only to find himself caught in a deadly web of deception, conspiracy and murder --- one that leads to a secret dating back to the birth of America itself.

Interview: Dean Koontz, author of What the Night Knows

Jan 7, 2011

Dean Koontz is the international bestselling author of over 80 heart-stopping masterpieces, including WHAT THE NIGHT KNOWS, a chilling tale about a homicide detective’s relentless quest to put the killer who murdered his family to rest once

Author Talk: John Kralik, author of A Simple Act of Gratitude: How Learning to Say Thank You Changed My Life

Jan 7, 2011

An L.A. Superior Court judge and a first-time author, John Kralik is impacting lives across the country with his unique and incredibly moving memoir, 365 THANK YOUS, which tells the story of how a desperate New Year’s Day walk inspired him to write a thank-you note every day for an entire year --- and eventually turn his life around.