• 01:01

    Mystery/suspense author Terry Ambrose on Authors on the Air

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    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes mystery and suspense writer Terry Ambrose to the studio for a LIVE interview.  Terry is a private investigator who knows how to spot a scam and track down a bad guy (skip trace).  His books are fast-paced, have interesting locales (Hawaii!  He's there all the time) and his dialogue is a tish wry.  His latest release is  "License to Lie".  Find out more by visiting his web site at http://terryambrose.com.  Call in to say hello at 347-633-9609.


    This is a copyrighted trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. We're on the web at http://authorsontheair.com or on http://facebook.com/authorsontheair.   Tweet us @authorsontheair.


    Underwriting and sponsorship generously provided by Robert Gregory Browne at http://robertgregorybrowne.com. JET OPS FILES *free* on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1tMUdzc by Russell Blake.  Cherry Adair's online store at http://shop.cherryadair.com.  Studio cats are fed natural, holistic food by Discount Pets & Supplies.Order from the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.  For one week only get Gennita Low's new book "SEAL-BOOK 1" in a boxed set for only 99 cents on Amazon at http://amzn.to/1lpPfPK.


     


     

  • 00:30

    Suspense Radio One on One with Rick Skwiot

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    Rick Skwoit and his book "Fail" will be on the show today. 


    Disgraced African American St. Louis Police Lieutenant Carlo Gabriel wants fiercely to return to the headquarters hierarchy from which he has been exiled to the city’s tough North Side. All he needs do is track down the missing husband of the mayor’s vivacious press secretary. Instead he unwittingly and unwillingly unearths a morass of corruption, educational malpractice and greed that consigns thousands of at-risk youths to the mean streets of America’s erstwhile murder capital. Worse, it’s the kind of information that could get a cop killed.


    Fighting for life and his honor, Gabriel makes chilling discoveries that ultimately lead to a life-threatening and life-changing decision—a choice that could affect not only his own future but also that of the city and its top leaders.

  • 00:30

    Suspense Radio One on One with Treva Hall Melvin

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    Suspense Radio One on One with Treva Hall Melvin. Suspense Radio One on One is brought to you by Suspense Magazine and in partnership with partners in crime tours. 


    Synopsis: Mr. Samuel's Penny


    It’s 1972 and fourteen-year-old New Yorker Elizabeth Landers is sent to the sleepy town of Ahoskie, North Carolina to spend the summer with relatives. Her expectation of boredom is quickly dispelled when police sirens and flashing lights draw her to a horrible scene at the Danbury Bridge. Mr. Samuel, owner of Samuel’s Lumber Yard, has driven his car off the bridge and into the river, drowning himself and his daughter. The medical examiner thinks it’s an accident, but the Sheriff finds fresh bullet holes on the bridge right where the skid marks are. Curiously, Mr. Samuel died clutching a unique 1909 wheat penny—a penny that is then stolen from the Sheriff’s office. Lizbeth witnesses Miss Violet’s grief upon learning that her husband and child are dead, and decides she will help by finding the penny.


    Her search involves Lizbeth in the lives of many Ahoskie residents. Like the owner of the grocery store, mean old Mr. Jake, who—as all the kids in Ahoskie know—hates black folks. Plenty of pennies in his till. Then there is Ms. Melanie Neely, otherwise known as “Ms. McMeanie,” who thinks the lumber yard should belong to her. And Mr. Samuel’s handsome brother Ben, who struggles to keep the business afloat after his more clever brother’s death. Lizbeth searches through the collection plates at church and in the coin jars of crazy old Aunt Ode, a strange old woman missing one eye and most of her teeth, who keeps a flask in her apron pocket and a secret in her soul.

  • 01:30

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition October 25th, 2014

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    90 minutes of Suspense Radio brings you two authors and one writing team. 


    Theresa Argie is an experienced paranormal investigator who has worked with some of the field’s most respected experts. Eric Olsen is a leading journalist in the field of paranormal investigation. Together, the two host the internet radio show, America’s Most Haunted.


    David Bell is a natural storyteller and a superb writer.THE FORGOTTEN GIRL is a mystery lover’s mystery; a quick-paced and intriguing tale of what happens when the past catches up with the present. Mr. Bell understands the hearts and minds of ordinary and not so ordinary people, and his keen insights add a powerful dimension to his crisp writing.”
    —Nelson DeMille, #1 New York Times bestselling author 


    “Bacon has created a unique theme resort and world-class mystery in Death in Nostalgia City.  Like amusement park attractions that offer immersive experiences, this novel will transport you to seemingly safe and sterile streets of another time . . . only those streets are not necessarily safe.  If action and suspense are your idea of a fun vacation, put this must-read novel on your travel itinerary.”


    –Jim Hillman, author, Amusement Parks                                                                         


     

  • 01:29

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - November 8th, 2014

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    90 minutes of Suspense Radio come to you with three great authors.


    Rich Zahradnik, Chase Novak and Declan Milling.


    Rich's book:


    "Last Words"


    In March of 1975, as New York City hurtles toward bankruptcy and the Bronx burns, newsman Coleridge Taylor roams police precincts and ERs. He is looking for the story that will deliver him from obits, his place of exile at the Messenger-Telegram. Ever since he was demoted from the police beat for inventing sources, the 34-year-old has been a lost soul.


    Chase's book: 


    "Brood"


    Fall is upon us, and so is the publication date of the spine-tingling horror novel BROOD (10/7; Little, Brown/Mulholland Books) by three-time National Book Award nominee Scott Spencer, writing under the pseudonym Chase Novak. With Halloween only weeks away, it’s the perfect time to snuggle up with scary books—and BROOD, a “satirical supernatural thriller” filled with “genuine, rat-inspired horror” (Publishers Weekly), should be at the top of that list. Amazon named BROOD one of October’s “Best Books of the Month. 


    Declan Milling:  


    "Carbon Black"


    It’s the end of the decade and the international response to climate change has defaulted to a piecemeal carbon market, which a new UN body is trying to make work.

  • 02:00

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - October 11, 2014

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    Wow, do we have a treat for you. One of the biggest shows we have ever had on the radio show, comes right to you. 


    Two hours of Suspense Radio, and trust me we could easily do four, brings you five great authors. 


    First up will the husand and wife, but not writing partners, Andrew Grant and Tasha Alexander. Both of them have major releases coming out and they will each talk about their book and much more. 


    Next up we will have long time friend and outstanding author Jon Land. Kaitlyn Strong has gotten herself into trouble, and Jon will be on to talk about his latest book, and with Jon you know there will be some surprises. 


    Lisa Black will be our next guest. Lisa is an expert in her field of law enforncement and will be discussing her latest book. 


    If you still have some energy left, another long time friend and fantastic author Alan Jacobson will bring you to the edge of your seat with his latest release. 


    Suspense Radio is brought to you by Suspense Magazine. www.suspensemagazine.com

  • 00:31

    Mystery of the Gospel

    in The Bible

    The Mystery of the Iniquity is a strange title, nevertheless, very pertinent to the days we are living.

  • 00:30

    Suspense Radio One on One June 15th, 2014

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    Today's Suspense Radio One on One will have James Hannibal to talk about his latest book "Shadow Maker", check this out below:


    How far will collateral damage from a CIA drone strike reach?
    When a suicide bomber shatters the peace of a winter afternoon on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., former stealth pilot and undercover Cerberus operative Nick Baron receives an eerie invitation from the chess app on his phone—a mysterious figure named The Emissary wants to play.
    Nick and his covert unit—the Triple Seven Chase team—soon find themselves drawn into battle against an unknown opponent who has resurrected an ancient order of assassins: the legendary Hashashin. And there is a long-awaited prophecy being fulfilled by a series of violent attacks which may culminate in a final apocalypse over Jerusalem.
    As the Triple Seven fight to stop each attack, Nick tries to keep The Emissary on the hook by playing their digital chess game. The lines between the game and the fight begin to blur, as every time Nick loses a piece on the board, he loses one of his men. And if Nick cannot find a way to stop the terrorist mastermind, a checkmate may kill millions.


    Suspense Radio is brought to you by Suspense Magazine


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  • 01:30

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - September 27th, 2014

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    Ninety minutes of Suspense Radio is back with three outstanding guests.  First up we will be talking to author Kira Peikoff, as she talks about her latest novel "No Time To Die". Next up we have two exciting authors, but not talking about the books they write, but instead the latest venture they started.  Lee Goldberg and Joel Goldman started "Brash Books", publishing crime novels. Then we will finish the show with author Barry Lancet. He last book "Japan Town" was voted as one of Suspense Magazine's best of 2013 books. Now Barry is back with "Tokyo Kill", the second in the series. 


    Suspense Radio is brought to you by Suspense Magazine.


    www.suspensemagazine.com


    www.kirapeikoff.com


    www.brash-books.com


    www.barrylancet.com

  • 01:30

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - September 13th, 2014

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    Today's show will have three outstanding women thriller authors. 


    First up will be Carla Neggers, followed by Sandra Brannan, and then Janice Gable Bashman.  


    For Carla Neggers we will talk about her latest book Harbor Island:


    In this vivid and suspenseful addition to her widely acclaimed Sharpe & Donovan series, New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers takes readers on a heart-stopping journey from Boston to Ireland to the rocky coast of Maine.


    For Sandra Brannan we will look at Solomon's Whisper: 


    Solomon’s Whisper


    The latest installment in the Liv Bergen Mystery Series


    As Liv Bergen investigates the long-ago murder of her niece, she uncovers a well-guarded secret—and stumbles into one the most prolific killer she’s faced yet.


    Once an amateur sleuth, Liv “Boots” Bergen has now found her footing as an official FBI agent. It should be Liv’s dream career—she’s working closely with a bureau legend, Agent Streeter Pierce, as well as the exotic Agent Jack Linwood, with whom she shares a growing romance. Liv has proven to be an adept agent, and the whole office has been moved to a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in central Denver.


    And Janice Gable Bashman it's Predator: 


    The hunt is on!


    Sixteen-year-old Bree Sunderland must inject herself with an untested version of her father’s gene therapy to become a werewolf in order to stop a corrupt group of mercenaries from creating a team of unstoppable lycanthrope soldiers.


    Suspense Radio is brought to you by Suspense Magazine www.suspensemagazine.com

  • 00:30

    Suspense Radio One on One with Scott Miller

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    Suspense Radio in partnerned with Partners in Crime tours is pleased to have author Scott Miller on the show today.  Scott will be talking about his latest book "Counterfeit". For a closer look into the book, here you go:


    The last person social worker Mitch Adams wants to hear from is St. Louis Homicide Detective JoJo Baker, a man with whom Mitch shares a tangled past. Baker wants Mitch to counsel Lonnie Washington, a disabled African-American arrested for counterfeiting and armed robbery. The evidence points to an open and shut case, but Baker insists it's not so black and white. Reluctantly, Mitch agrees and discovers there is more to the story-more than enough to get them both killed. At first Lonnie won't cooperate, but as he begins to open up, Mitch is convinced that the true criminal is not the man behind bars, but the prosecutor who put him there-a man with far-reaching political ambitions, the approval of the public, and his very own Secret Service detail. With millions in near-perfect fake $100 bills up for grabs, Mitch's life hinges on the word of a counterfeiter, the greed of a prosecutor, and his refusal to go down without a fight.

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