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Interviewing the author, John Fishwick, of A Flight to Romance a semi-romantic novel that is quite educational in many respects. The author takes readers on a tour of London, many historical churches and theaters in England as we join Jeremy and Stephanie on their special romantic journey hoping for second chances. Join me at four eastern, three central, two mountain and one pacific. I am your host Fran Lewis editor of MJ Magazine and the author of the Faces Behind the Stones series. Educator and author, book reviewer: Join me in the chat room.
Please join Fran Lewis Thursday May 1 at 4PM EST 3PM CST on Book Discussion. Her guest this week is Best Selling Author Brian Freeman. Brian is an international bestselling author of psychological thrillers, including the Jonathan Stride series set in Duluth. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 20 languages.
His debut thriller, IMMORAL, won the Macavity Award in 2006 and was a nominee for the Edgar®, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry awards for best first novel. IMMORAL was also named an International Book of the Month by book clubs around the world and appeared as a Main Selection in the Literary Guild and the Book of the Month Club.
His seventh novel SPILLED BLOOD won the award for Best Hardcover Novel in the annual Thriller Awards presented by the International Thriller Writers organization, and his fifth novel THE BURYING PLACE was a finalist for the same award. His sixth novel THE BONE HOUSE was a finalist for Best Audiobook of the Year in Thriller/Suspense. He is also a three-time finalist for the Minnesota Book Award, including his most recent novel THE COLD NOWHERE.
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Four Eastern, Three Central and Two Mountain: Book Discussion welcomes author, Talk Show Host of All that Matters Radio, Dr. Kenneth Weene. His new original title Broody New Englander is a compliation of short stories that will get readers and listeners thinking about life, families and family relationships. The boundaries created by families often create obstacles that cannot be overcome and at times leave members empty, alone and cold. Within the three stories presented and crafted by award winning author Kenneth Weene we meet three different families whose lives intertwine in a way that will make readers stand back and wonder just how any of them managed to survive. Three stories whose themes within the first two focus on anger, hate, lies, acceptance and revenge. Within the third story Hansom Dove we learn the true meaning of deceit, betrayal and fear.
We will talk about each story, the themes that are focused on and how they intertwine from story to story. We will talk about the author's talk show and his magazine. So join us in the chat room and learn more about mental health specialist, author and talk show host Dr. Kenneth Weene.
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Thursday: Four Eastern, Three Central: Two Mt and One Pacific: Fran Lewis the host of Book Discussion welcomes Best selling author Larry Thompson: Insanity Plea and the author of Sentinel's Choice: Mike Witzgall.
As a member of the elite U.S. Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance teams, Renee LaFleet learned hard lessons about survival. This is where he met the brother of his heart, Navy SEAL commander, Richard Shannon, under the harsh conditions of hand to hand combat. But nothing he experienced in Iraq prepared him for the evil he would face as a homicide detective in Dallas, Texas. At least in battle you know the enemy. When bodies start turning up all murdered in the same manner, Ren is confronted with the unthinkable possibility that his best friend, Father Richard Shannon might be involved. Ren must decide where the bonds of brotherhood end and his duty as a Texas Peace officer starts. Learn more when Mike and I discuss Sentine's Choice.
A young nurse is savagely killed during a pre-dawn run on Galveston’s seawall. The murderer slices her running shorts from her body as his trophy and tosses the body over the wall to the rocks below. As dawn breaks, a bedraggled street person, wearing four layers of old, tattered clothes, emerges from the end of the jetty, waving his arms and talking to people only he hears. He trips over the body, checks for a pulse and, instead, finds a diamond bracelet which he puts in his pocket. He hurries across the street, heading for breakfast at the Salvation Army two blocks away, leaving his footprints in blood as he goes. Just who is accused and who will defend him you will learn when I interview Larry Thompson.
Join me in the chat room when I interview both mystery/thriller authors. Insanity Plea will keep you guessing until the very end. Sentinel's Choice is a fast paced novel with twists and turns you won't see coming. One show you want to hear!
Fran Lewis and the World of Ink would like to welcome Tom Saywer the head writer of Murder She Wrote to talk about his career, working on the show and his latest five star release: Cross Purposes where we meet Private Investigator Barney Moon and a cast of characters you just won't forget.
Manhattan Private Investigator Barney Moon can hack, charm or con his way into or out of damned-near anything. Barney is driven - to solve cases, nail bad guys, and to anyplace not reachable via the NY Subway.
Barney never learned to drive. And, like most born/bred New Yorkers, he regards pretty much anywhere else as "Out-of-Town."But there is one place for which he has a particular, lifelong aversion: Los Angeles, California (which he thinks of as an Alien Planet). And - guess where he finds himself stranded?
In CROSS PURPOSES, a case takes the reluctant Barney and his driver, Al Drobowsky to Los Angeles to obtain a single fingerprint. Things quickly get complicated. That night, of what by then seems sure to be only two in Tinseltown, Al learns he must immediately return to Brooklyn.
Steve Shukis: POISONED: Arsenic is a metallic element that forms a number of poisonous compounds. Arsenic is found in nature. It can be found in compounds with oxygen, chorine and sulfur. These types of compounds are called inorganic arsenic compounds. When arsenic is in plants and animals it combines with carbon and hydrogen. This is noted as organic arsenic and is usually not as harmful as inorganic. The scary part is that most of these compounds have no smell or special taste. Some are used to preserve wood and others are used to make insecticides and weed killers. Imagine learning that the Food and Drug Administration released early results of an investigation of arsenic levels in rice.Herman Billik was said to be a Bohemian fortuneteller and quite familiar with arsenic and arsenic poisoning. Listen to the evidence: Innocent or guilty
Thursday: 4 Eastern, 3 Central, 2 mountain and 1 Pacific: Fran Lewis host of Book Discussion welcomes New York Times author John Lescroart. T
From New York Times bestselling author John Lescroart, a riveting novel featuring Dismas Hardy and Abe Glitsky on the hunt for clues about a woman who has gone missing.
On the evening before Thanksgiving, Hal Chase, a guard in the San Francisco County Jail, drives to the airport to pick up his step-brother for the weekend. When they return, Hal’s wife, Katie, has disappeared without a clue.
By the time Dismas Hardy hears about this, Katie has been missing for five days. The case strikes close to home because Katie had been seeing Hardy’s wife, a marriage counselor. By this time, the original Missing Persons case has become a suspected homicide, and Hal is the prime suspect. And the lawyer he wants for his defense is none other than Hardy himself.
Hardy calls on his friend, former homicide detective Abe Glitsky, to look into the case. At first it seems like the police might have it right; the Chases’ marriage was fraught with problems; Hal’s alibi is suspect; the life insurance policy on Katie was huge. But Glitsky’s mission is to identify other possible suspects, and there proves to be no shortage of them: Patti Orosco—rich, beautiful, dangerous, and Hal’s former lover; the still unknown person who had a recent affair with Katie; even Hal’s own step-mother Ruth, resentful of Katie’s gatekeeping against her grandchildren. And as Glitsky probes further, he learns of an incident at the San Francisco jail, where Hal works—only one of many questionable inmate deaths that have taken place there. Then, when Katie’s body is found not three blocks from the Chase home and Hal is arrested for her murder.Join me in the chat room when I interview John.
Book discussion on Thursday May 8 at 4PM EST 3PMCST and your host Fran Lewis welcomes bestselling author of Killer Nurse JohnFoxjohn. Hired to save the lives of her patients Kimberly Clark Saenz a well liked nurse took the lives of many. Former Homicide Detective JohnFoxjohn joins me to discuss the case, the investigation and what led up to many startling discoveries.
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Please join Fran Lewis for a very special Book Discussion on April 24 at NOON PST 1 PM MT 2 PM CST 3PM EST. Her guests are Amy Newmark at 3 PM EST. She is the author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias & as well as share some tips for families and caregivers of those living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Att 4 PM EST Dr Weinstock will be discussing his new book I've Been Thinking: And It Might Save Your Life. Dr. Weinstock is a health care management specialist, He knows the right questions to ask, and the right buttons to push.
Join Fran Lewis and her special guest Tess Gerritsen on March 27 AT 4PM EST 3PM CST. It's going to be a great discussion.
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Join Fran on April 3 at 4PM EST 3PM CST and her guest David Morrell for a great discussion.David Morrell is the author of First Blood, the award-winning novel in which Rambo was created. He holds a Ph. D. in American literature from Penn State and was a professor in the English department at the University of Iowa. His numerous New York Times bestsellers include the classic spy trilogy The Brotherhood of the Rose (the basis for the only television mini-series to premier after a Super Bowl), The Fraternity of the Stone, and The League of Night and Fog. An Edgar, Anthony, and Macavity nominee, Morrell is the recipient of three Bram Stoker awards and the prestigious Thriller Master award from the International Thriller Writers organization. His writing book, The Successful Novelist, discusses what he has learned in his four decades as an author. Publishers Weekly chose his Victorian mystery/thriller, Murder as a Fine Art, as one of the top 10 crime novels of 2013.
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