Ep. 83 Glowing in the Dark with Riley Sager

We are joined by the one and only Riley Sager! We discuss his new book Home Before Dark, Ouija Board psychology, his obsession with The Sound of Music, and how his least favorite part of writing is writing. We also recommend: If Walls Could Talk by Juliet Blackwell, Corporate Gunslinger by Doug Engstrom and Jane Bond by V.R. Tapscott. Audiobook of the week is Dark August by Katie Tallo narrated by Piper Goodeve. Plus- Dave and Andrew spend a weekend in the world’s smallest hotel room, and Laura mistakenly gives her 14-year-old daughter a beer.

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Ep. 80 Down the Rabbit Hole with Emily Temple

Author Emily Temple joins us for a chat about her debut novel The Lightness, growing up in a Buddhist household, and embracing Wikipedia rabbit holes. We also recommend: Blackwood by Michael Farris Smith and Gravity Dreams by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.  Audiobook of the week is Joe by Larry Brown narrated by Tom Stechschulte.  Plus – Dave protests, Laura is perplexed by a sleepover, and Andrew’s garden is blowin’ in the wind.

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Ep. 79 Author David Pepper

Author David Pepper joins us for a fun chat about his new book The Voter File, election meddling, and casually chatting with Bill Clinton. We also recommend: Another Brooklyn by Jaqueline Woodson, The Great American Deception by Scott Stein and The Threshold Child by Callie Kanno.  Audiobook of the week is Line of Sight by James Queally narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.  Plus – Dave’s posterior battles a cactus, Laura finds out why you don’t feed the dogs salmon, and Andrew drives halfway across the country to Branson, MO to get his kids in a summer camp.

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Ep. 78 JFK & Rock and Roll with Max Allan Collins

Author Max Allan Collins joins us for a fun chat about his new book Girl Can’t Help It, how he got his start writing the Dick Tracy comic strip, his Zeligesque character Nate Heller,  and JFK. We also recommend: In the Dark by Loreth Anne White, Sister Dear by Hannah Mary McKinnon and Pandora’s Star by Peter F. Hamilton.  Audiobook of the week is The Split by Sharon Bolton narrated by Katie Scarfe.  Plus – Dave has a golf ball incident, Laura is shocked by surly people unmasked, and Andrew’s dog has figured out how to open up the backyard gate.

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Joining Cults with Jeffery Deaver

An “Inside Chat” edition with author Jeffery Deaver! We chat about speed walking, his excellent new book The Goodbye Man, the Deaver formula, and that time his hot date turned out to be a cult recruiter.

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Ep. 77 Laura Hankin is Haunted by The Wheels On The Bus

Author Laura Hankin joins us for a fun chat about her new book Happy and You Know It, Mommy blogs, unboxing crying, and auditioning to read her own book.  We recommend: Happy and You Know It by Laura Hankin, Rain Will Come by Thomas Holgate and Body Suit by Suzanne Hagelin.  Audiobook of the week is We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry narrated by Isabel Keating.  Also, Dave is cursed by a cursed sledgehammer, Laura is ready for a cakewalk, and Andrew eats a “special” cookie and thinks he has Covid.

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Ep. 76 – Blowing Raspberries with John Marrs

Bestselling author John Marrs joins us for a chat about his new book What Lies Between Us, cliffhangers, compact discs, refusing to borrow books, and putting on sunglasses to fool his 8-month-old.  We recommend: Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning, Coyote Rage by Owl Goingback, and Colony One by T. L. Ford.  Audiobook of the week is The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix narrated by Bahni Turner.  Dave is a self-proclaimed hero, Laura is convinced she has Covid-19, and Andrew thinks Bit-O-Honey is a fine candy. Bram Stoker drops by as well.

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Ep. 75 – Shopping Bolivia’s Witch Market with Jennifer Steil

Author Jennifer Steil joins us for a chat about her new book Exile Music, living the high life in La Paz, miniature houses, and her special relationship with pancakes.  We recommend: Exile Music by Jennifer Steil, Whiskey When We’re Dry by John Larison, and Scholar by L.E. Modesitt, Jr..  Audiobook of the week is Deadwood by Pete Dexter narrated by J. Rodney Turner.  Dave takes a bike ride and sees monsters, Laura hears talk of cadaver autopsies, and Andrew battles a mariachi band.

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Ep. 74 Kimberly McCreight and Rikers Island Restrooms

New York Times Bestselling author Kimberly McCreight joins us for a chat about her new thriller A Good Marriage, the terror of not outlining, laptop stickers, and getting to the bottom of the whole marriage thing.  We recommend: Voices in the Snow by Darcy Coates, The Line That Held Us by David Joy, and Imager by L.E. Modesitt, Jr..  Audiobook of the week is The Compton Cowboys by Walter Thompson Hernandez narrated by Glenn Davis and Ron Butler.  Dave is sickened by a mask stain, Laura is stopped in traffic by people in the street, and Andrew’s getting a pool.

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Ep. 73 C Pam Zhang

Author C Pam Zhang joins us for a chat about her debut novel How Much of These Hills is Gold, creating her own mythology, otherness, moving a lot as a kid, and why The Lion King > Tiger King.  We recommend: A Brazen Curiousity by Lynn Messina, Before Familiar Woods by Ian Pisarcik, and Not Alone by Craig A. Falconer.  Audiobook of the week is The Familiar Dark by Amy Engel narrated by the fabulous Lisa Flanagan.  Dave is a destroyer of jumper cables, Laura finds no relief from her yakking mechanics, and Andrew reminisces on a shirtless Amish hunk.

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Episode 72 – Seeking Vengeance with Jack Carr

Author and former Navy SEAL Jack Carr joins us for a chat about his new novel Savage Son, writing torture scenes, action missions in Iraq, and writing the book he wanted to write since 6th Grade.  We recommend: Dreamland by Nancy Bilyeau, Do No Harm by Max Allan Collins, and Rendezvous With Rama by Arthur C. Clarke.  Audiobook of the week is Broken by Don Winslow narrated by the fantastic Ray Porter.  Dave is tired of people sidling up next to him, Laura details the worst purchase she made this year, and Andrew goes to war against pine trees.

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Ep. 70 – Nicknames, Cigarettes & Nuns with Author William Boyle

Author William Boyle joins us for a chat about his brilliant novel City of Margins, chance and coincidence, the interconnectedness of his characters, noir, movies, and how smoking cigarettes are sometimes just damn cool. We recommend: The Bear by Andrew Krivak, The Last Taxi Driver by Lee Durkee, and Effie by C.J. Williams.  Audiobook of the week is A Friend is a Gift You Give Yourself by William Boyle narrated by the fantastic Barrie Kreinik.  Dave takes up candle making, Laura wants to sing Kumbaya and hold hands with the world, and Andrew’s kittens are being manhandled.

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The Dangers of Artificial Intelligence with Author Max Barry

“Inside Chat” edition today as are joined by author Max Barry who talks to us about his brilliant new novel Providence, how he’s suited for isolation, characters he can believe in, classic sci-fi, AI, perception vs reality, and where the hell that exxtra x went to.

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Ep. 68 What It’s Like to Swim With Great White Sharks with Author Stephanie Wrobel

Author Stephanie Wrobel joins us for a chat about her page-turning debut novel Darling Rose Gold, Munchausen syndrome by proxy, vans, and swimming with the sharks.  We recommend: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James, City of Margins by William Boyle, and Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas.  Audiobook of the week is Woman on the Edge by Samantha Bailey narrated by the dynamic Katherine Fenton.  Dave is shocked by a stranger’s confession, Laura tries to escape a hand-shaker, and Andrew rues getting restaurant pickup.

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An Inside Chat: Author Lori Rader Day!

Today we are joined by award-winning mystery writer Lori Rader Day!  She talks to us about her latest book The Lucky One, a terrifying true story, being inspired by a neighbor, and how she had to be told she was a mystery writer. Great conversation!

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Ep. 64 Author Kathleen West and More!

Author Kathleen West joins us for a chat about her debut novel Minor Dramas and Other Catastrophes, teacher personas, parent Facebook groups gone wrong, and what the hell is meant by a grow and a glow. We recommend: The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley, Cold Quiet Country by Clayton Lindemuth, and Skyward by Brandon Sanderson.  Audiobook of the week is The Fisherman by John Langan narrated by Danny Campbell. YA Shout Out is Adorkable by Cookie Gorman.  Dave is flummoxed by breathing exercises at work, Laura is spooked at a creepy construction site blasting 50’s music, and Andrew’s kids are writing themselves checks he can’t cash.

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An Inside Chat: Author Clare Pooley!

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Today we are joined by author Clare Pooley!  She talks to us all about her book The Authenticity Project, sobriety, apologizing to your characters, and the siren’s call of Butterscotch Angel Delight. Great conversation!

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Ep. 63 Author Alena Dillon and More!

Author Alena Dillon joins us for a chat about her debut novel Mercy House, being inspired by nuns she worked with, getting blurbed by Amy Schumer and having her father delete her work in 5th Grade. We recommend: Mercy House by Alena Dillon, The Third to Die by Allison Brennan, and Cape Grace by Nathan Lowell.  Audiobook of the week is Pretend I’m Dead by Jen Beagin narrated by Candace Thaxton. YA Shout Out is Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen.  Dave once again is accident prone, Laura visits a high school and Andrew discusses future boyfriends with Mary Kate.  

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Ep. 62 Author Scott Carson (Michael Koryta) and More!

Author Scott Carson (aka Michael Koryta) joins us for a chat about his new book The Chill, his research on aging dams in our country, working as a P.I., and the careful selection of his pseudonym. We recommend: The Kill Club by Wendy Heard, Good Girl Bad Girl by Michael Robotham, and A Pale Light in the Black by K.B. Wagers.  Audiobook of the week is Reservation Road by John Burnham Schwartz narrated by a full cast. Dave is befuddled by some curtain stitcher-uppers, Laura reluctantly sits for a photographer, and Andrew has an update on his rat problem.  

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Ep. 59 – Author Heather Chavez and More!

Author Heather Chavez joins us for a chat about her debut thriller No Bad Deed, twisting and untwisting plots, and asking co-workers how to attack someone. We recommend: No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez, A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh, and Bob’s Saucer Repair by Jerry Boyd.  Audiobook of the week is Don’t Eat Me by Colin Cotterill narrated by Clive Chafer.  Dave forgets his parents’ Christmas present, Laura’s dog has surgery, and Andrew travels to Cabo. 

 

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Ep. 51 Author Jeff Menapace and More!

Author Jeff Menapace joins us for a lively conversation about his book Dark Halls, his love for The Three Stooges and childhood phobias. We recommend: The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell, Twilight by William Gay, and Steel Dragon by Kevin McLaughlin and Michael Anderle.  Audiobook of the week is Homicide:  A Year on the Killing Streets by David Simon narrated by the fantastic Reed Diamond.  YA book of the week is Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young.  Also – Dave’s students text him about his substitute,  Andrew’s dogs get groomed, and Laura has to pick up her notebook from a bartender with a handlebar mustache.

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Ep. 46 Author Catherine Ryan Howard and More!

Author Catherine Ryan Howard joins us for a highly entertaining talk about her latest crime thriller Rewind, how to think like a killer, her early love for Patricia Cornwell books and much more!  We recommend: The House on Tradd Street by Karen White, Bad Games by Jeff Menapace, and Earthcore by Scott Sigler. Audiobook of the week is Summer of Night by Dan Simmons narrated by multi-talented Dan John Miller.  YA book of the week is The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson.  Dave gets in trouble sneaking around an Air Force Base, Andrew is literally laying down for the show and Laura describes screaming her way through a “Haunted Mansion.”

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Ep. 44 Author Simon Brett and More

Author Simon Brett OBE joins us for an entertaining chat about his career as a novelist, his character Charles Paris, meeting Prince William, narrating his own books, and much more!  We recommend: Fake Like Me by Barbara Bourland, Walkers by Graham Masterton, Breaking Destiny by Mitty Walters, and all of the Charles Paris books. Audiobook of the week is The Hungry Ones by Chris Sorensen narrated by the talented Chris Sorensen.  YA book of the week is The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles by Julie Andrews Edwards. We are outraged at the state of HS marching bands today, Dave’s classroom needs better soundproofing, and Andrew is bemused by some cotton candy grapes.

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Ep. 42 Author Robyn Harding and More!

Author Robyn Harding joins us from Vancouver, British Columbia for a fun conversation about sugar daddies, writing, and her new thriller The Arrangement.  We recommend: Theme Music by T. Marie Vandelly, The Mongrel Mage by L.E. Modesitt Jr, and Rewind by Catherine Ryan Howard.  Audiobook of the week is Scrublands by Chris Hammer read by the lively Rupert Degas.  YA book of the week is My Plain Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand and Jodi Meadows. Plus- Andrew is a slumlord, Laura is helpless as Dave is stung by (5) bees, and Dave’s students are using their acting skills learned in his class for nefarious purposes.

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Ep. 41 Author Sarah Pinsker and More!

Author Sarah Pinsker joins us for a chat about song writing versus fiction writing, trashing hotel rooms and her new book A Song For a New Day.  We recommend: Craven Manor by Darcy Coates, Killfile by Christopher Farnsworth, and King’s Dark Tidings by Kel Kade.  Audiobook of the week is The Cold Dish by Craig Johnson narrated by the incomparable George Guidall.  YA book of the week is Sal and Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez.

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Ep. 40 Plague-Ridden Prairie Dogs and Drunken Golf Cart Thievery

This week we discuss the Plague (!), getting locked out of the house, scraping barnacles off of boats and Andrew gets mistaken for a kidnapper.   We recommend: The Arrangement by Robyn Harding, The Blurry Years by Eleanor Kriseman, and Red Sister by Mark Lawrence.  Audiobook of the week is When the Sacred Ginmill Closes by Lawrence Block narrated by gritty Mark Hammer.  YA book of the week is Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon.

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Ep. 39 Author John Marrs and More!

Author John Marrs joins us for a chat about his book The One coming out on Netflix, how to hack a car and his latest book The Passengers.  We recommend: The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry, The Warehouse by Rob Hart, and Outland by Dennis E. Taylor.  Audiobook of the week is The One by John Marrs narrated by a talented cast of five.  YA book of the week is Listen to Your Heart by Kasie West.

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Ep. 38 Snacks in the Stacks

We debut a new game this week called “Snacks in the Stacks” and we talk about jury duty evasion and Andrew owns a courthouse(!).   This week we recommend: Goodnight Stranger by Miciah Bay Gault, Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh and All Systems Red by Martha Wells.  Audiobook of the week is Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem read by the salty voiced Geoffrey Cantor.  YA book of the week is The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu.

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Ep. 37 Author Erika Mailman and More!

Author Erika Mailman joins us for a chat about Lizzie Borden and her latest book The Murderer’s Maid.  We recommend: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena, The Escape Room by Megan Goldin, and Uprooted by Naomi Novik.  Audiobook of the week is IQ by Joe Ide narrated by the smooth baritoned richness that is Sullivan Jones.  YA book of the week is Haunted by Lynn Carthage.

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Ep. 36 Author Kristan Higgins and More!

Author Kristan Higgins joins us for a chat about using dogs in her books, holding grudges and her new book Life and Other Inconveniences.  We recommend: Life and Other Inconveniences by Kristan Higgins, Ghostman by Roger Hobbs, and Caretaker by Josi Russell.  Audiobook of the week is The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth narrated by the voice bending Barrie Kreinik.  YA book of the week is Kat and Meg Conquer the World by Anna Priemaza.

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Ep. 35 Sci-Fi Nerds and Drama Geeks

We recommend: The Deep by Nick Cutter, Temper by Layne Fargo and Cephrael’s Hand by Melissa McPhail.  Audiobook of the week is The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abi Waxman narrated by the delightful Emily Rankin.  YA book of the week is Not if I Save You First by Ally Carter.

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Ep. 34 Author Stephen Hunter and More!

Author Stephen Hunter joins us for a chat about giving the readers what they want, the golden age of movie reviewing, and his new book Game of Snipers.  We recommend: Wanderers by Chuck Wendig, The Black Jersey by Jorge Zepeda Patterson and Redshirts by John Scalzi. Audiobook of the week is Recursion by Blake Crouch narrated by Jon Lindstrom and Abby Craden.  YA book of the week is Slated by Teri Terry.

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Ep. 33 Author J. Todd Scott and More!

Author J. Todd Scott joins us for an exciting chat about being a DEA Agent and a writer, the anti-hero, and his new book This Side of Night.  We recommend: Conviction by Denise Mina, This Side of Night by J. Todd Scott and Seventh Son by Orson Scott Card. Audiobook of the week is Nobody Walks by Mick Herron narrated by the versatile Gerard Doyle .  YA book of the week is Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins.

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Ep. 32 Author Erica Ferencik and More!

Author Erica Ferencik joins us for an entertaining chat about traveling alone in the Amazon, electric eels and her latest book Into the Jungle.  We recommend: The River by Peter Heller, Tin Men by Mike Knowles and Path of a Novice by R.K. Lander. Audiobook of the week is Red Rising by Pierce Brown narrated by the award winning Tim Gerard Reynolds.  YA book of the week is Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith.

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Ep. 31 Author Riley Sager and More!

Author Riley Sager joins us for an entertaining chat about stalking the Dakota, how Stephen King changed his life and his latest book Lock Every Door.  We recommend: Lock Every Door by Riley Sager, The Fire Within by D.K. Holmberg and Edge of Dark Water by Joe Lansdale. Audiobook of the week is The Binding by Bridget Collins read by the distinctive Carl Prekopp.  YA book of the week is Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell.

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Ep. 30 Author Lauren Kate and More!

Author Lauren Kate joins us for an entertaining chat about wearing masks in Venice, Italian food and her latest book The Orphan’s Song.  We also recommend: Magic is for Liars by Sarah Gailey, The Serpent’s Orb by Guy Antibes and Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik. Audiobook of the week is Drama City by George Pelecanos read by the smooth baritone of J.D. Jackson.  YA book of the week is Without Annette by Jane B. Mason.

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Ep. 29 Author J.D. Barker and More!

Author J.D. Barker joins us for a fantastic chat about stalking Stephen King,  vampires and his latest book Dracul.  We also recommend: The Summer Country by Lauren Willig, The Silver Ships by S.H. Jucha and Gravesend by William Boyle. Audiobook of the week is The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan read by the dazzling Aoife McMahon.  YA book of the week is The Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead.

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Ep. 27 Author M.C.A. Hogarth and More!

Author M.C.A. Hogarth joins us for a fascinating talk about her books, art and interacting with readers.  We also recommend: The Castle Mystery by Faith Martin, November Road by Lou Berney and Ship’s Log (The Alliance) by Lawrence P. White. Audiobook of the week is Instruments of Night by Thomas H. Cook read by the incomparable George Guidall.

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Ep. 26 Author Chris Sorensen and More!

Author Chris Sorensen joins us for a fascinating talk about his new book The Hungry Ones, writing plays in an iconic Western town, and climbing inside his “Whisper Room.” We also recommend: The Last by Hanna Jameson, Shockwave by Lindsay Buroker and My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing. Audiobook of the week is Blue Heaven by C.J. Box read by the memorable John Bedford Lloyd.

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Ep. 25 F. Paul Wilson Interview and More!

The legendary F. Paul Wilson joins us this week!  We recommend: Healer, Midnight Mass and Panacea all by the one and only F. Paul Wilson. Audiobook of the week is The Tomb by F. Paul Wilson narrated by the award-winning Joe Barrett.

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Ep. 24 Italian Women, The Long Con and German Horror (Fairytales)

We have a major author announcement this week (!) and we recommend: Flowers Over the Inferno by Ilaria Tuti, Bluff by Michael Kardos and Struwwelpeter by Dr. Heinrich Hoffman. Audiobook of the week is Dodgers by Bill Beverly read by the warm baritone of J.D. Jackson.

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Ep. 23 Author Victor Methos and More!

Author Victor Methos joins us for a talk about his Edgar nominated book A Gambler’s Jury, gun waving in the courtroom and comic books.  We also recommend: #Fashionvicitm by Amina Akhtar, Earthrise by M.C.A. Hogarth and Into the Black Nowhere by Meg Gardiner. Audiobook of the week is Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty read by the multi-talented Caroline Lee.

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Ep. 22 Author Will Dean and More!

Author Will Dean joins us for a talk about his book Red Snow and Dark Pines, living deep in the Swedish moose forest and sunbathing at midnight.  We also recommend: A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C.A. Fletcher, Magician: Apprentice by Raymond E. Feist and House Witness by Mike Lawson. Audiobook of the week is Dark Pines by Will Dean read by the captivating Maya Lindh.

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Ep. 21 Author Jeff Strand and More!

Author Jeff Strand joins us for a talk about his new book Ferocious, hosting the Bram Stoker Awards and Richard Laymon among other things.  We also recommend: The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths, All That Glitters by Loren K. Jones and Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias. Audiobook of the week is Tree of Smoke by Denis Johnson read by the flinty-voiced Will Patton.

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Ep. 20 Author P.J. Vernon and More!

The author P.J. Vernon, joins us for a talk about his new book When You Find Me, using Twitter to get a book deal, and his Ph.D. in Immunology!  We also recommend: The Last Woman in the Forest by Diane Les Becquets, By Darkness Forged by Nathan Lowell, and A Gambler’s Jury by Victor Methos. Audiobook of the week is The Whites by Richard Price, read by the exciting Ari Fliakos.

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Ep. 19 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 Mailman, The 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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Ep. 18 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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Ep. 17 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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Ep. 16 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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Ep. 15 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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