Almost every time I go to a book signing or festival, at least one person says to me, “You know who I like? That guy who wrote about that Nashville PI, Harry James Denton.” “Steven Womack,” I say. “And I know what you mean. I like him too.” In fact, Harry James Denton is the … More Q&A with Edgar Winner Steven Womack: The Return of Harry James Denton
Since there’s no way to top the bio on Larissa Reinhart‘s website, I’ll share a taste of it with you here. It starts like this: Larissa considers herself lucky to have taught English in Japan, escaped a ferocious monkey in Thailand, studied archaeology in Egypt, and survived teaching high school history in the US. However, adopting … More Larissa Reinhart: An Intrepid World Traveler with Georgia on Her Mind
I met Jean Rabe at Killer Nashville, where she and sometime writing partner Don Bingle racked up so many Silver Falchion awards in the paranormal category that I stopped keeping count. It was a lot. Or for those of you familiar with Watership Down, the number of awards they won was hrair. Apparently, Jean doesn’t … More Guest Author Jean Rabe: Do You Have O.C.W.?
Like Chris Knopf, Lisa Alber is one of the Mysterious Eight, a contributor to Eight Mystery Writers You Should Be Reading Now. She lives in Portland, Oregon, but she sets her mysteries in Ireland, a country she’s come to love. Although Kilmoon, her debut novel and the first of her County Clare mystery series, was … More Dark and Complex: Lisa Alber’s Lyrical Irish Mysteries
If you like an adventure tale spiced with romance, history, sunken treasure, world travel, and modern-day pirates, look no further than Stacy Allen‘s debut romantic suspense novel, Expedition Indigo.The book opens with a compelling prologue about a shipwreck in the Mediterranean in 808 A.D. In fact, I was so drawn into the story of 12-year-old Lazio … More Pirates, Sunken Treasure, and Romance: Stacy Allen’s EXPEDITION INDIGO