ALICE AND FREDA FOREVER – Interview with Ale...

  ALICE AND FREDA FOREVER Q&A with Alexis Coe and Erica Ruth Neubauer In the late 1800’s, American society was rocked  by a graphic and shocking murder—a young woman named Alice Mitchellbrutally cut the throat of her former friend Freda Wardon a busy street in Memphis, TN. But what the nation found  even more shocking was that the two women were once engaged to one another, and had made plans to run off and live together as a married couple. Alice planned to disguise herself as a man, and Freda would play the part of proper domestic housewife. Concerned family members thwarted their plans and Freda went back to flirting with...

Q&A with Sandra Brannan

Sandra Brannan is definitely an author to follow and read. Although still generally unknown she has written a series of five books, with all the novels having a very unique theme. Yet, her last two books have very compelling storylines. Incorporated within an action-packed mystery is an enduring tale that allows handicapped children to have a voice and for a few to become supporting heroes.   The fourth book in the series, Noah’s Rainy Day, has newly minted Special Agent Liv Bergen, racing against time, along with her FBI partners, to solve a child kidnapping, before it takes a fatal turn. What makes this storyline stand out is Liv’s...

Q&A with Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison

The Lost Key, by Catherine Coulter and J. T. Ellison, features freshly minted FBI agent Nicholas Drummond, who is barely out of his Quantico training. He and his partner, Mike Caine, investigate a stabbing on Wall Street that is related to a deadly madman and lead to terrorist implications.   Elise Cooper: Rumor has it you will be participating in the Military Book Fair on November 8th in San Diego on the USS Midway? Catherine Coulter: When I first heard about this wonderful idea, I was very excited. It’s a perfect way to use our book sales to help veterans and their families. I hope everyone in southern California shows up...

Q&A with Allison Brennan

Notorious and Dead Heat by New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan are captivating thrillers. While Notorious is the first novel in a new series featuring investigative crime reporter Max Revere, Dead Heat brings back FBI agent Lucy Kincaid. What is an obvious theme with both novels is the determination to bring justice for the victims.   Elise Cooper: Are you attending the Military Book Fair on November 8th in San Diego?   Allison Brennan: Yes. I am very excited about raising money to help our veterans. Many of my male characters are military background based. I have my characters going into law enforcement since about...

Q & A with Reed Coleman

Blind Spot is the first installment of the Robert B. Parker Jesse Stone series, and is now being authored by Reed F. Coleman who has been commissioned for the next three novels. The plot has Jesse invited to a reunion of his old Triple-A team where he is forced to grapple with his memories and regrets over what might have been. Kayla, his former girlfriend and current wife of an old teammate is there as well. While at the reunion, he is called back to investigate the murder of a young woman and the disappearance of her boyfriend.   Elise Cooper: What process did you have to got through to replace Parker as the author of the Jesse Stone...

Richard Castle Interviewed

(This interview was conducted last spring before Castle went missing) RAGING HEAT, the latest Nikki Heat novel from Kingswell is on sale Sept 16th. You can follow him on Twitter @WriteRCastle. And tune in on ABC Sept 29th to find out the latest! Erica Ruth Neubauer: How much do you think the Nikki Heat series is like your real-life relationship with Detective Beckett? Richard Castle: I like to think I draw from the best parts of our adventures to give my readers an unforgettable experience with every novel. A ruggedly handsome writer following a smart, sexy Detective… you can’t get more real-life than that! ERN: Does it change how you feel...