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Episode 371: Laura Lippman, Author of Lady in the Lake

Episode 371: Laura Lippman, Author of Lady in the Lake

The one and only Laura Lippman returns to the show and chats with Daniel Ford about her new book Lady in the Lake.

Episode 348: The Border Author Don Winslow

Episode 348: The Border Author Don Winslow

Don Winslow, author of The Force, The Cartel, and The Power of the Dog, joins Daniel Ford on the show to talk about his new novel The Border.

Episode 334: Crucible Author James Rollins

Episode 334: Crucible Author James Rollins

Our good literary friend James Rollins closes out our 2018 regular episode run! He talks to Sean Tuohy about his new Sigma Force novel Crucible.

Episode 319: If You Leave Me Author Crystal Hana Kim

Episode 319: If You Leave Me Author Crystal Hana Kim

Crystal Hana Kim discusses how her grandmother’s history inspired her debut novel If You Leave Me.

Episode 306: Live From Belmont Books With What Remains of Her Author Eric Rickstad

Episode 306: Live From Belmont Books With <i>What Remains of Her</i> Author Eric Rickstad

Eric Rickstad, author of Lie in Wait and The Names of Dead Girls, talks to Daniel Ford and Rebecca Weston live from Belmont Books about his new novel What Remains of Her.

Episode 263: Authors Charles and Caroline Todd

Episode 263: Authors Charles and Caroline Todd

Charles and Caroline Todd, better known as “Charles Todd,” the mother-and-son writing team that created the Rutledge & Crawford series, talks to Sean Tuohy about their new novel The Gate Keeper.

Episode 255: The Woman in the Window Author A.J. Finn

Episode 255: <i>The Woman in the Window</i> Author A.J. Finn

Author A.J. Finn talks to Daniel Ford about his early love of crime fiction, how his personal experience with depression influenced his debut novel The Woman in the Window, and his whirlwind publishing journey.

Episode 225: The Last Ballad Author Wiley Cash

Wiley Cash, author of The Last Ballad (out Oct. 3), A Land More Kind Than Home, and This Dark Road of Mercy, talks to Daniel Ford about establishing his storytelling work ethic, chasing Ella May’s ghost while writing The Last Ballad, what he’s learned from his writing students, and why writers need to be really honest with themselves about why they want to write.  

Photo credit: Mallory Brady Cash

To learn more about Wiley Cash, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also read an excerpt of The Last Ballad.  

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Episode 219: The Names of Dead Girls Author Eric Rickstad

Episode 219: <i>The Names of Dead Girls</i> Author Eric Rickstad

Author Eric Rickstad returns to the podcast! He chats with Sean Tuohy about his new novel The Names of Dead Girls (out Sept. 12).

Live With Best-Selling Author James Rollins at the Harvard Coop

Following an entertaining and passionate Q & A at The Harvard Coop, James Rollins, best-selling author of the Sigma Force series, talked to Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford about adding to his writing toolkit, his research “box,” how his veterinary background influences his writing process, interacting with his readership, and what Nikola Tesla and Mark Twain are doing in his new book The Seventh Plague.

You should be writing every day and reading every night.
— James Rollins

To learn more about James Rollins, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @jamesrollins.

Special thanks to the  Harvard Coop  for setting up and hosting this interview! Sean Tuohy fell in love with their mystery section, so check it out the next time you’re in Cambridge!

Special thanks to the Harvard Coop for setting up and hosting this interview! Sean Tuohy fell in love with their mystery section, so check it out the next time you’re in Cambridge!