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An Interview With Dallas Barnes

An Interview With Dallas Barnes By Anecia Ascalon Novelist & Screenwriter, Dallas Barnes has written nearly two hundred hours of primetime television drama, as well as seven bestselling novels. His writings have won nominations for Emmy’s, in both primetime and daytime, as well as the famed Edgar Alan Poe Award, the Image Award and the…

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Utah Author Brings Southwestern Myths of Lost Treasure to Life in 5-Book Deal

Utah Author Lois D. Brown Brings Southwestern Myths of Lost Treasure to Life in 5-Book Deal (Las Vegas, NV) – After exploring the cave believed to have once held Montezuma’s Aztec treasure, Lois D. Brown knew she had to share the story with her readers. By trade, Lois is a journalist, which some might say…

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An Interview with Hock Hochheim

An Interview with Hock Hochheim by Anecia Ascalon   Hock Hochheim is a former detective, patrolman, and US Army investigator. In the last three decades Hock has sold 35,000 fiction and non-fiction hardcover, paperback, and eBooks. He writes true crime novels based on his police experience, action thrillers, non-fiction books, and “how-to” fighting books. He…

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An Introduction to Best-selling Novel: The House of Dr. Edwards by Francis Beeding

An Introduction to Best-selling Novel: The House of Dr. Edwards Written by Chris Enss   Francis Beeding is recognized as the author of the psychological thriller The House of Dr. Edwards. Beeding, however, is the noms-de-plume of accomplished authors Hilary A. Saunders and John Palmer. Together the pair created the hair-raising mystery set in a…

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An Interview with Author Max Allan Collins

An Interview with Max Allan Collins by Anecia Ascalon   Max Allan Collins has earned an unprecedented twenty-three Private Eye Writers of America “Shamus” nominations, winning for his Nathan Heller novels, True Detective (1983) and Stolen Away (1991), and his short story “So Long, Chief” (with Mickey Spillane). Collins has written five suspense novel series,…

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An Introduction to The Hustler by Walter Tevis

An Introduction to The Hustler by Walter Tevis written by Chris Enss Fast Eddie Felson, the lead character in author Walter Tevis’ book The Hustler, knew the deep abiding meaning of the game of pool. In his words, “It was important who won and who did not win. Always. Everywhere. To everybody….” Published in 1959,…

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The Killer In Love: Richard Condon’s Prizzi’s Honor Becomes A Movie

The Killer In Love: Richard Condon’s Prizzi’s Honor Becomes A Movie By Courtney Joyner   Agent-turned-producer John Foreman had the enormous success of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid behind him and Richard Condon had become a literary titan with The Manchurian Candidate when the two decided to join forces to bring Prizzi’s Honor to the…

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An Interview with Sharon Sala

An Interview with Sharon Sala By Lauren Bridges Sharon Sala is a name I’m sure most people have heard at one time or another, and if you haven’t, it’s not too late. Best-selling author of over 125 books and novellas in six different genres – Romance, Young Adult, Western, Fiction, and Women’s Fiction and Non-Fiction.…

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New From the Book Factory – from Stephen Mertz

New From the Book Factory! from Stephen Mertz   After living 40 years here in Cochise County, Arizona just a few miles down the road from Tombstone, after daily stalking these desert sands soaked in the history and mythology of the old west, NORTH OF TOMBSTONE is a novel I HAD to write. I’ve spent…

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Through the Sniper’s Scope: Richard Condon’s The Manchurian Candidate Becomes a Movie

Through the Sniper’s Scope: Richard Condon’s The Manchurian Candidate Becomes a Movie by Courtney Joyner Always an author of rebellious fiction, stories that punch out the walls of convention with angry diatribes and absurdities, novelist Richard Condon was, surprisingly, a Hollywood veteran before he ever wrote a novel. The man who took deadly aim at…

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