Karen Rose, romantic suspense extraordinaire, gratefully chatted with us at RWA 2011 about her research process and journey to become a writer. She also talked about Silent Scream, winner of the 2011 RITA for Best Romantic Suspense, and introduced her 12th and newest novel, You Belong to Me.
Congratulations, Karen! Who knew that a fear of flying could inspire such a successful writing career:
You Belong to Me came out in June -- have you picked up a copy?
Who's your favorite author of romantic suspense?
Andrea Kane's newest book (and the first in her exciting new forensic series), The Girl Who Disappeared Twice, was on the NYT bestseller list within a week of hitting bookshelves. It introduces a motley crew, Forensic Instincts, who have been hired to track down a kidnapped kindergartner. Our reviewer wrote, "they form a picture that confronts the guilty, satisfies the romantic and brings a gratifying answer to the whole puzzle."
Tantalizing -- especially for those of us who haven't read it ... yet ...
Kane talked with us at RWA and chatted mostly about her research process. We loved hearing her talk about FBI dogs and behaviorists. Check out our interview:
The Girl Who Disappeared Twice is out now! Who's reading it?
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Sisters Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush are each best-sellers in their own right, but as an author duo (and as double interviewees), they really know how to pop. They chatted with us at RWA on penning a book together, their favorite childhood authors, and Wicked Lies, their newest book after Wicked Game.
They have that great rapport that only close sisters have, which surely makes for tight writing . . . and a fun interview:
Here's what our reviewer had to say about Wicked Lies: "Wicked Lies is a riveting, can’t-put-it-down, heart-pounding good read. If you love suspense with enough twists and turns to tie you into knots, this one’s for you."
Both Wicked Lies and Wicked Game are out now -- will you be checking them out?