A Conversation with Candace Robb, Author of “A Twisted Vengeance”

A Twisted Vengeance is the latest novel of London Sunday Times bestselling author Candace Robb featuring indomitable Kate Clifford. The novel is a medieval mystery which will satisfy “lovers of Shakespeare’s Richard II” as one critic puts it. The book is the second in series with The Service of the Dead being the book that kicked the…

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A Conversation with Allan Topol, Author of “Washington Power Play”

Allan Topol Washington Power Play his 13th novel of international intrigue. Two of Topol’s novels, Spy Dance and Enemy My Enemy, were national best sellers. Characterized by critics as fast-paced thrillers, one of his novels was recently optioned and three are in development for movies. A graduate of Yale University Law School, he is a…

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Q&A with Allan Topol, the Author of The Italian Divide

The Italian Divide, the new novel by Allan Topol just got out: This is an exciting thriller with a plot which uncovers a global conspiracy after the mysterious death of an Italian banker. We did a short Q&A with the author to find out more about his work and this title which comes below: How and…

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Q&A with Hélène Grémillon, author of The Case of Lisandra P.

The Case of Lisandra P. is Hélène Grémillon’s debut in the U.S. we are pleased to offer one of her first English interviews to Mystery Tribune readers on this title. In this riveting tale, Grémillon tells the story of a psychoanalyst accused of killing his wife, and one of his patients, Eva Maria, who resolves to clear his name.…

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A Conversation with Michael Sears; the author of Long Way Down

Michael Sear’s new book Long Way Down recently got a 5 star rating by us and made it into Mystery Tribune’s Must Read list. That’s why we decided to feature a conversation with the man behind this new title. What comes below is the author’s take on the new book and his inspirations. 1.      LONG WAY…

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Q&A with PJ Brackston, the author of the new Gretel mystery

We recently reviewed a very fun book titled Gretel and the Case of the Missing Frog Prints from PJ Brackston (see here) and also had the opportunity to have a Q&A with the author. She has done a wonderful job of mixing cozy mystery and one of the most popular fairy-tales around. What comes below is…

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Q&A with Espionage Novelist Olen Steinhauer

Olen Steinhauer grew up in Virginia, and has lived throughout the US and Europe. He spent a year in Romania on a Fulbright grant, an experience that helped inspire his first five books. He now splits his time between Hungary and New York with his wife and daughter. His first novel, The Bridge of Sighs (2003), began…

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New Voices: Q&A With Martin Ott, The Author of “Interrogator’s Notebook”

Martin Ott, a talented writer and a former U.S. Army interrogator, currently lives in Los Angeles and still finds himself asking a lot of questions. We recently had a Q&A with him about his new eBook “The Interrogator’s Notebook” which follows. How long have you been working on The Interrogator’s Notebook? It was originally a…

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Author Conversations: William Ryan And MJ McGrath

William Ryan is the Irish author of The Holy Thief (2010), The Darkening Field (2011) and The Twelfth Department (to be published in May 2013),novels set in 1930s Moscow and featuring Captain Alexei Korolev. William’s novels have been shortlisted for The Theakstons’ Crime Novel of the Year, The CWA New Blood Dagger and the Kerry…

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Interview With The Bestselling Australian Author Garry Disher

We recently reviewed Port Vila Blues (read our review here), the new thriller written by bestselling Australian author Garry Disher. The author’s Wyatt series based on the life of an Australian thief has always been one of our favorites and we finally had the chance to have a Q&A with the author about his new book,…

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Interview With The Finnish Crime Author Jarkko Sipila

We recently reviewed Helsinki Homicide: Against the Wall (See here), which is the winner of the 2009 Finnish Crime Novel of the Year Award, and is the first of Jarkko Sipila’s nine Takamäki-novels to be translated into English. Jarkko Sipila, 45, is a Finnish author and journalist who has been reporting Finnish crime news for TV News…

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