Welcome to A Killer Conversation.

I hope you’ll find some new books (and authors) in the mystery/thriller/suspense genre to love. Please feel free to comment and engage in respectful discussions of the authors, books, and issues posted. (No spoilers, please.)

You can expect posts about authors who write in a variety of subgenres–private detective, police procedural, thriller, cozy, romantic suspense, and more. As long as there’s a crime at the center of the story, it’s fair game. You might find a book like To Kill a Mockingbird followed by a book like Silence of the Lambs followed by a book called Murderous Muffins followed by one with a dragon investigating the murder of an elf. 

Check back each Monday for a new author spotlight. On weekends, I’ll do the occasional blog hop, guest post, or writing-related post. If you’d like to get the new posts in your email box, you can follow the blog, and they’ll be conveniently delivered to your inbox.

I’d love to hear from you, so please introduce yourself in the comments and join in the conversation.










About Jaden Terrell

Jaden Terrell is the Shamus Award-nominated author of the Jared McKean novels (RACING THE DEVIL, A CUP FULL OF MIDNIGHT, RIVER OF GLASS, and A TASTE OF BLOOD AND ASHES) and is a contributor to NOW WRITE! MYSTERIES, a collection of crime fiction writing exercises published by Tarcher/Penguin. Terrell is a recipient of the Magnolia Award for service to the Southeastern Chapter of Mystery Writers of America and the Killer Nashville Builder Award. A former special education teacher, Terrell conducts writing workshops and is available for private coaching and developmental editing. Check out her website: http://www.jadenterrell.com
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