Interviews

Interview with Jane Tesh, author of Death by Dragonfly

Jane Tesh is the author of the Madeline Maclin mysteries, starring ex-beauty queen turned detective Madeline Maclin and her con man husband, Jerry Fairweather, and the Grace Street mysteries, featuring PI David Randall, his psychic friend Camden, and the many colorful Southern characters who live ...

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Interview with Maggie Robinson, author of Nobody’s Sweetheart Now

After writing numerous historical romances set in the Regency, Victorian and Edwardian eras, Maggie Robinson now tries her hand at a mystery series that begins in 1924. In the opening installment, NOBODY’S SWEETHEART NOW, a murder ruins Lady Adelaide Compton’s ...

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Interview with Steven F. Havill, author of Lies Come Easy

Family dynamics play a huge role in Steven F. Havill’s 23rd Posadas County mystery, LIES COME EASY, as Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman and her entire department work to pull the right threads out of a tangle of seemingly small lies. In ...

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Interview with Steven Axelrod, author of Nantucket Counterfeit

NANTUCKET COUNTERFEIT, Steven Axelrod’s fifth Henry Kennis mystery, takes readers into the closed, gossip-riddled, backstabbing world of Nantucket’s community theater. In this interview, Axelrod talks about his inspiration for making his protagonist a police chief who writes poetry on the ...

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Interview with Mary Reed, author of An Empire for Ravens

ONE FOR SORROW, which kicked off Mary Reed and Eric Mayer’s John the Lord Chamberlain historical mystery series, was the very first novel published by Poisoned Pen Press back in 1999. Two decades later, the husband-wife writing duo is still ...

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Interview with Eileen Brady, author of Penned

PENNED is the fourth book in Eileen Brady’s mystery series starring veterinarian Kate Turner, the first installment of which, MUZZLED, won the 2013 Discover Mystery Award. In this interview, Brady explains why she decided to use the infamous Robert Fisher ...

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