Monday, February 25, 2008

Q&A: Mystery / Suspense / Thriller authors

Since we recently started a whole new round of author Q&As, I thought it would be fun to look back on the many interviews we have had to date. Here are my Q&As with authors who write mystery, suspense, and/or thrillers (CBA and ABA):

Q&A: JANICE A. THOMPSON (Gone With The Groom)
Q&A: SUSAN PAGE DAVIS (Homicide at Blue Heron Lake)
Q&A: LISA HARRIS (Recipe For Murder)

Q&A: TASHA ALEXANDER (And Only to Deceive)
Q&A: GINNY AIKEN (Decorating Schemes)

JAMES SCOTT BELL (Deadlock)
Q&A: JON L. BREEN (Eye of God)
Q&A: SANDRA BROWN (Ricochet)

Q&A: MINDY STARNS CLARK (Blind Dates Can Be Murder)
Q&A: COLLEEN COBLE (Fire Dancer)
Q&A: BRANDILYN COLLINS (Web of Lies)
Q&A: LONNIE CRUSE (Murder In Metropolis)

Q&A: BRANDT DODSON (Seventy Times Seven)
Q&A: WANDA DYSON (Abduction)

Q&A: ALTON GANSKY (Director's Cut)
Q&A: LEE GOLDBERG (Monk, Diagnosis Murder)

Q&A: T.L. HINES (Waking Lazarus)
Q&A: VICKI HINZE (Bulletproof Princess)

Q&A: ANDREW KLAVAN (Don't Say A Word)

Q&A: ROBERT LIPARULO (Comes a Horseman)

Q&A: KATHRYN MACKEL (The Hidden)
Q&A: CRESTON MAPES (Full Tilt)
Q&A: LORENA MCCOURTNEY (On The Run)
Q&A: SUSAN MEISSNER (Widows & Orphans)

Q&A: THOMAS O'CALLAGHAN (Bone Thief)

Q&A: CORNELIA READ (A Field of Darkness)

Q&A: RANDY SINGER (Self Incrimination)

Q&A: MELANIE WELLS (The Soul Hunter)
Q&A: ROBERT WHITLOW (Mountain Top)
Q&A: ERIC WILSON (The Best of Evil)

KILLER Q&A: J.T. ELLISON (All The Pretty Girls)
KILLER Q&A: DAVE WHITE (When One Man Dies)
KILLER Q&A: BRETT BATTLES (The Cleaner)
KILLER Q&A: BILL CAMERON (Lost Dog)
KILLER Q&A: MARC LECARD (Vinnie's Head)
KILLER Q&A: GREGG OLSEN (A Wicked Snow)
KILLER Q&A: PATRY FRANCIS (The Liar's Diary)
KILLER Q&A: ROBERT GREGORY BROWNE (Kiss Her Goodbye)
KILLER Q&A: MARCUS SAKEY (The Blade Itself)
KILLER Q&A: SEAN CHERCOVER (Big City, Bad Blood)
KILLER Q&A: SANDRA RUTTAN (Suspicious Circumstances)
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Die Laughing: Funny Crime and Mystery Fiction

SHE'S THE SHERIFF!

A woman with a complicated past returns home to become the small town's new sheriff. Best Mann For The Job is by the writer/artist team of Chris and Erica Well. Read it from the beginning at StudioWell.com. Watch the trailer on YouTube.