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Author Debra Jo Immergut and More!

The author Debra Jo Immergut, an Edgar Award nominee for Best First Novel, joins us for a talk about her book The Captives, selecting cover art and Goodreads!  We also recommend: The Murderer’s Maid by Erika MailmanThe Trilisk Ruins by Michael McCloskey, and The Devil Aspect by Craig Russell. Audiobook of the week is Slayground by Richard Stark read by the exceptionally talented Joe Barrett.

 

 

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An Interview with Paula Munier and More!

We have an entertaining chat with Mary Higgins Clark Award nominee Paula Munier about her book A Borrowing of Bones, baseball, decorating, dogs and happiness.  We also recommend: The Wolf in the Whale by Jordanna Max Brodsky, We are Legion (We are Bob) by Dennis E. Taylor, and Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice. Audiobook of the week is Ararat by Christopher Golden read by the skilled Robert Fass.

 

 

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An Interview with Mark Obmascik and More!

We have an entertaining talk with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Mark Obmascik about his new book, The Storm on Our Shores: One Island, Two Soldiers, and the Forgotten Battle of World War II.  We also recommend:  The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard and Pressure by Jeff Strand. We talk marching bands and prison escapes.  Audiobook of the week is Meeting Evil by Thomas Berger read by the refreshing Bronson Pinchot.

 

 

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An Interview with author Thomas Mullen and More!

We have a fascinating talk with author Thomas Mullen about his Darktown book series.  We also recommend:  Lightning Men by Thomas Mullen,  When You Find Me by P.J. Vernon and The Atlantis Gene by A.G. Riddle.  Audiobook of the week is When Will There be Good News by Kate Atkinson read by Ellen Archer.

In “Library Corner” we talk to Amy about African American crime writers.  She recommends the authors Walter Mosely and  Chester Himes.

 

 

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Things That Go Bump In the Night

We recommend:  Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker,  The Puppet Show by M.W. Craven and Temporary Duty by Ric Locke.  Audiobook of the week is On Writing by Stephen King read by Stephen King.

In “Library Corner” we talk to Amy about women in Noir and she recommends books by Megan Abbot and Cathi Unsworth.

We also puzzle over the Denver Nuggets Hype Squad, Dave can’t swim, Andrew doesn’t know how to park, and we play Guess That Dracula.

 

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An Interview with Kathleen Kent!

An excellent conversation with author Kathleen Kent about her Edgar nominated book, The Dime!  We also recommend:  The Heretic’s Daughter by Kathleen Kent, The Bonesetter by Laurence Dahners. and All the Rage by F. Paul Wilson.  Audiobook of the week is Out by Natsuo Karino read by the beautiful Emily Woo Zeller.

In “Library Corner” Amy, inspired by Alma Katsu’s The Hunger, recommends a non-fiction book about the Donner Party and a few novels about the American West .  She recommends: The Best Land Under Heaven by Michael Wallis, True Grit by Charles Portis, Doc by Mary Doria Russell, Canada by Richard Ford.  We also talk a little bit about “Weird Westerns.”

 

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An Interview With Alma Katsu!

An excellent conversation with author Alma Katsu about her book, The Hunger!  We also recommend:  A Borrowing of Bones by Paula Munier, The Dark Ability by D.K. Holmberg. and The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen.  Audiobook of the week is A Rage in Harlem by Chester Himes read by the unmistakable Samuel L. Jackson.

 

 

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