mysteries

Episode 347: Never Tell Author Lisa Gardner

Episode 347: Never Tell Author Lisa Gardner

Lisa Gardner, best-selling author of Find Her, Look for Me, and Right Behind You, returns to the show to chat about her new book Never Tell.

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 250: First Case Scenario Author Annemarie DeClark

Annemarie DeClark, author of First Case Scenario, talks to Daniel Ford about her lifelong love of mysteries, how her two aunts helped her refine her debut novel, and what she has planned next for her main character Harlee O’Conner.

I’ve always been a huge fan of mysteries.
— Annemarie DeClark

To learn more about Annemarie DeClark, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @AuthorDeClark.

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Episode 245: Live From Belmont Books With Best-Selling Author Eric Rickstad

Episode 245: Live From Belmont Books With Best-Selling Author Eric Rickstad

Best-selling author Eric Rickstad read from his latest Canaan Crime novel, The Names of Dead Girls, and answered questions from the Writer’s Bone crew during a live podcast recording from Belmont Books on Dec. 7.

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).

Episode 217: The Room of White Fire Author T. Jefferson Parker

T. Jefferson Parker, author of the recently published The Room of White Fire, talks to Daniel Ford about how a high school mythology class ignited his passion for reading and writing, and what real-life events inspired his new book, and what’s in store for his new hero Roland Ford.

I just try to open the imaginary dam and let the water come out.
— T. Jefferson Parker
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To learn more about T. Jefferson Parker, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @TJParkerauthor.

Episode 216: The Trespasser Author Tana French

Tana French, award-winning author of In the Woods, The Secret Place, and The Trespasser, talks to Daniel Ford about how her acting career influences her fiction, crafting characters like Antoinette Conway, and the importance of setting and atmosphere in murder mysteries.

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I like exploring other people. That’s what’s interesting to me.
— Tana French

To learn more about Tana French, visit her official website or like her Facebook page.

Episode 204: UNSUB Author Meg Gardiner

Meg Gardiner, author of this summer’s hot (and terrifying) thriller UNSUB, talks to Daniel Ford about how her law background helped her hone her writing process, crafting her heroine Caitlin Hendrix, and what real-life events inspired UNSUB.

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I don’t write to exercise my demons; I write to inflict them on my readers.
— Meg Gardiner

To learn more about Meg Gardiner, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or like her on Twitter @MegGardiner1.