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Episode 331: Little Comfort Author Edwin Hill

Episode 331: Little Comfort Author Edwin Hill

Author Edwin Hill joins Daniel Ford and Rebecca Weston at the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass., to chat about his debut Hester Thursby mystery novel Little Comfort.

Episode 310: Trust Me Author Hank Phillippi Ryan

Episode 310: <i>Trust Me</i> Author Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan, investigative reporter for Boston’s 7News and best-selling author, talks to Daniel and Stephanie Ford about her new book Trust 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 279: All the Beautiful Lies Author Peter Swanson

Episode 279: <i>All the Beautiful Lies</i> Author Peter Swanson

Peter Swanson, author of All the Beautiful Lies, Her Every Fear, and The Kind Worth Killing, talks to Sean Tuohy about the art of not giving up.

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 231: Kate Fox Mystery Series Author Shannon Baker

Shannon Baker, author of Dark Signal and Stripped Bare, talks to Daniel Ford about telling herself stories when she went to bed as a kid, how much of herself ends up in her main character Kate Fox, and being named 2017 Writer of the Year by Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.

The more books I write, the more I learn to trust my process.
— Shannon Baker

To learn more about Shannon Baker, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter @sbakerwriter.

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Episode 178: Author and TV Producer Lee Goldberg

Today’s guest is Lee Goldberg, author, television producer, and “charming man around town.”

Goldberg talks to Sean Tuohy about his love of mysteries and thrillers, his work on hit TV shows like “Diagnosis Murder,” “seaQuest,” “Spenser for Hire,” and “Monk,” his journalism career, and his relationship with the legendary Stephen J. Cannell.

He also describes one of the worst episodes of television ever made (featuring “Egyptian terrorists” and “sexy New York models”), what he looks for when choosing novels for his crime fiction publishing company Brash Books, and what authors and television writers need to do to learn their craft.

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You learn by doing. You have to write, and write, and write.
— Lee Goldberg

To learn more about Lee Goldberg, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @LeeGoldberg.

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Episode 91: Best-Selling Mystery Author Eric Rickstad

Eric Rickstad

Eric Rickstad

Eric Rickstad, author of The Silent Girls, Reap, and, most recently, Lie in Wait, talks to Sean Tuohy about capturing Vermont’s scary beauty, his organic writing process, and how his love of reading fueled his desire to become a writer.

To learn more about Eric Rickstad, check out his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @ericrickstad.

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Episode 69: Author Tyler Dilts

Tyler Dilts

Tyler Dilts

Following a discussion with Daniel Ford about mystery novels, how life experiences seep into a writer’s work, and the difference between artists and entertainers, Sean Tuohy talks to author Tyler Dilts about his widely popular Long Beach Homicide series.

To learn more about Tyler Dilts, visit his Amazon page, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @tylerdilts

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Episode 38: James Rollins Redux

On the heels of a recently signed $15 million book deal and the release of his new book, The Sixth Extinction, James Rollins returns to Writer’s Bone to talk about his new novel, staying sharp after writing more than 25 novels, and why writers should be writing every day and reading every night.

James Rollins first stopped by the podcast in May 2014 before the release of his novel The Kill Switch, which was a critically acclaimed best-seller. Keep up with Rollins by checking out his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @jamesrollins.

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Episode 26: Award-Winning Horror Author Brian Keene

Brian Keene

Brian Keene

Award-winning horror author Brian Keene knows a thing or two about zombies, the undead, and dark fantasy. These are things therapists have mentioned after the words “Sean Tuohy” for years (even while sick, Daniel Ford can’t resist a crack at Sean’s expense). Sean went Han Solo and talked to Keene about his writing career and how he’s influenced zombie pop culture.

To learn more about Brian Keene, check out his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @BrianKeene.

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Episode 24: Best-Selling Thriller Author James Rollins

James Rollins

James Rollins

A James Rollins novel is usually jam-packed with cool science, historical secrets, and exotic locales. His latest thriller The Kill Switch, written with former U.S. Navy Operations Specialist Grant Blackwood and available in bookstores starting today, features something that might outdo everything that came before: A partnership between a former Army Ranger and his military working dog.

After sending Writer’s Bone an advanced copy of The Kill Switch, Rollins sat down with Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy to discuss his writing process, what’s next for his new duo and his Sigma Force series, and the most scared he’s been on one of his real-life adventures.

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

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Episode 11: Author and Former Journalist Tim Dorsey

Tim Dorsey

Tim Dorsey

Tim Dorsey, author of Florida Roadkill and former journalist with The Tampa Tribune, talks about writing, South Florida, and Cuban sandwiches. He also tells a story about a T-bird and a Presidential motorcade.

To learn more about Tim Dorsey, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @Tim_Dorsey.

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Episode 10: Author and Screenwriter Andrew Klavan

Andrew Klavan

Andrew Klavan

Andrew Klavan, author of True Crime and Don’t Say A Word, talks to the guys about how he got his start, the revolution going on in writing and reading, and the inspirations for his characters Weiss and Bishop.

To learn more about Andrew Klavan, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @andrewklavan.

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Episode 9: Rambo Creator and New York Times Best-Selling Author David Morrell

David Morrell

David Morrell

David Morrell, New York Times best-selling thriller author and the creator of John Rambo, talks to Writer’s Bone about First Blood, how he got into writing, and his advice to young writers.

You can learn more about David Morrell by visiting his official website, liking his Facebook page, or following him on Twitter.

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Episode 8: Mystery Author Rebecca Cantrell

Award winning and New York Times best-selling author Rebecca Cantrell calls in from Germany to discuss her character Hannah Vogel, her writing process, upcoming projects, and her favorite thing to eat in Berlin.

You can learn more about Rebecca Cantrell by visiting her official website, or following her on Twitter @rebeccacantrell. Also be sure to check out Cantrell's first interview with Writer's Bone.

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