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  • 00:29

    Suspense Radio One on One with Rebecca Jean Downey

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    Suspense Radio One on One in partnered with Partners in Crime Tours.net presents Rebecca Jean Downey and her book "Devil Eye".


    When the U.S. Marshal wants to stop a sale of firearms to Mexico, he asks controlled remote viewer, Penny Larkin, to track down New Mexico gun runner, Juan Rico. Penny heads off to Columbus, New Mexico and winds up stranded on the Interstate during a dust storm. She is forced to use her gun to hold off a gang trying to high-jack her car. A man winds up dead and New Mexico State Trooper Johnny Trejo arrests Penny for the murder.


    When Penny's boyfriend, El Paso County Sheriff Leo Tellez, comes to rescue Penny from the clutches of the law, he brings Adriana,the beautiful twin sister of Leo's dead wife. Penny is desperate to get out of jail to defend her relationship with Leo, but when she finally clears her name, she has to keep her word to the Marshal, and find Juan Rico first. While Penny is gone, Adriana lures Leo into a romantic encounter.


    On the trail of Rico, Penny is kidnaped and dragged into Mexico by gun traffickers, along with their guns. This means certain death for Penny in a country where thousands of women have gone missing. It will be up to Penny to find a way to escape the gun runners and get back to the U.S., because no one knows she's missing.


    Does Penny escape the clutches of the gun traffickers? Read the Devil Eye and find out!

  • 00:26

    Romantic Relationships Part Two

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    A talk about cohabitation, same sex , marriage 

  • 01:29

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - May 16th, 2015

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    Suspense Radio is pleased to bring you three great authors today in this 90 minute show.


    John Papernick: The Book of Stone


    Jonathan Papernick's The Book of Stone is a psychological thriller with a complex soul. In the tradition of writers like Robert Stone and Ian McEwan, he describes the quest to save oneself by redeeming history, and the perilous consequences that arise from confusing the two tasks. It's a harrowing, distinguished book.


    John Connell: Ruins of War


    A chilling novel of murder and madness in post-World War II Germany…

    Winter 1945. Seven months after the Nazi defeat, Munich is in ruins. Mason Collins—a former Chicago homicide detective, U.S. soldier, and prisoner of war—is now a U.S. Army criminal investigator in the American Zone of Occupation. It’s his job to enforce the law in a place where order has been obliterated. And his job just became much more dangerous.


    Allan Topol: The Washington Lawyer


    My eleventh novel, The Washington Lawyer, is a fast-paced political thriller. I have taken a one book interlude from Craig Page to delve into Washington intrigue.


    In the high-stakes world of Washington politics, hot shot lawyer Andrew Martin is being put to the test. When long-time friend Senator Wesley Jasper calls, it's with explosive news-a sex tryst at Martin's beach house in Anguilla has gone awry and former model Vanessa Boyd is dead. Just how far will Martin go to secure the Chief Justice nomination he's built his entire career on?

  • 00:28

    Suspense Radio One on One with Dale Wiley

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    Suspense Radio One on One is partnered up with Partners In Crime tours. Today we have author Dale Wiley on the show to talk about his latest book "The Intern". 


    It's 1995. Things are going great for new Washington, DC intern Trent Norris. He's out on his own, he's found a fabulous woman to date, and if he doesn't love his internship, he doesn't hate it either. Life is nice.


    But things can change in a moment in DC, and Trent finds himself the prime suspect in two murders and a slew of other crimes. Overnight he becomes the most wanted man in America.


    Trent has to find a way -- any way -- out. He finds a way to hole up at The Watergate on a senator's dime and enlists a comely call girl as his unwitting ally. But with the media eating him alive, he knows he doesn't have long before they catch up with him. Can The Intern find his way out of this mess?


    From tony clubs in Georgetown to Capitol Hill murders, The Intern has all the twists and turns of a classic DC thriller, with an added comic flair.

  • 01:00

    Suspense Radio One on One - April 26th, 2015

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    Suspense Radio One on One in partnered with Partners In Crime tours is pleased to present two authors on today's show.


    First up we will have William Leibowitz and then JL Abramo. 


    JL Abramo: Circling The Runway.


    Private Investigator Jacob Diamond and San Francisco Detective Sergeant Roxton Johnson are famous for not getting along. Cats and dogs. Oil and water. Liston and Ali. Jake and Rocky.


    When an assistant district attorney is murdered in his high-rise apartment building, and Johnson suspects his lieutenant may have something to do with it, he can think of no one else to turn to for help—no one he can trust except Jake Diamond.


    William Leibowitz: Miracle Man.


    Miracle Man won "Best Thriller 2014" from National Pacific Book Awards and has received over 60 5 Star reviews in the U.S. and UK.


    REVERED REVILED REMARKABLE


    The victim of an unspeakable crime, an infant rises to become a new type of superhero. Unlike any that have come before him, he is not a fanciful creation of animators, he is real.

  • 00:29

    Suspense Radio One on One with John Lansing

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    Suspense Radio in partnered with Partners In Crime tours.net is pleased to have author John Lansing on the show today to talk about his latest book "The Test".  


    Suspense Radio opens up the airwaves to each author that is on tour with Partners in Crime to bring them here as a tour stop.


    John Lansing "The Test": A coming-of-age story set in 1950s, small-town Long Island, at time when suburban America is about to undergo  seismic societal changes. With this backdrop, a teenage boy falls in love with one of the town's few black girls, a relationship that has repercussions leading to permanent transformations for the couple--and for the town.

  • 01:29

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition May 2nd, 2015

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    Suspense Radio is back with another action packed show. 90 minutes and three author interviews await you. 


    First up we have James Ziskin, then we have Allen Eskens, finished up with Mark Pryor. 


    James Ziskin: Stone Cold Dead


    December 21, 1960, the shortest day of the year: Fifteen-year-old Darleen Hicks slips away from her school bus as it idles in the junior-high parking lot, waiting to depart. Moments later the bus rumbles away without her, and she is never seen again.


    Allen Eskens: The Life we Bury


    College student Joe Talbert has the modest goal of completing a writing assignment for an English class. His task is to interview a stranger and write a brief biography of the person. With deadlines looming, Joe heads to a nearby nursing home to find a willing subject. There he meets Carl Iverson, and soon nothing in Joe's life is ever the same.


    Mark Pryor: Hollow Man


    Dominic is a prosecutor, a musician, and an Englishman living in Texas. He's also a psychopath. His main goal is to hide his condition and lead a seemingly normal life in hopes to pay off his debts and become a full-time musician in Austin's  club scene. But on one lousy day his carefully-controlled world starts to shatter: he's demoted at work and accused of stealing a fellow musician's song. 

    He also meets a beautiful woman in a lime green dress--perhaps the biggest threat to his safety of all. At her urging, Dominic hatches a plan to steal a van he knows will be filled with cash. He picks two friends as accomplices, insisting on no guns and no violence. But a security guard catches them in the act and simple theft turns into capital murder. 

  • 00:55

    Romantic Suspense Novelist Polly Iyer on Authors on the Air

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    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes thriller novelist Polly Iyer to the studio.  Polly originally was a freelance illustrator for Pucci and Valentino but as times changed, she realized that what she really wanted to do was write books.  After her children were grown, she wrote two books under a pen name but now writes under her own.  She has just published her 7th novel and is a member of Sisters in Crime, South Carolina chapter.  I'm anxious to discuss Polly's take on self-publishing, where her creativity springs from and to learn about the great fashion houses for whom she once worked.  Call to join us 347-884-8266.  Visit Polly at http://pollyiyer.com 


    A special thank you to Robert Gregory Browne, author, composer and musician, for our Authors on the Air theme song.  Visit Rob at http://robertgregorybrowne.com.  Underwriting kudos to Michael Lowndes at PML Media and Authors Marketing Hub.  On the web at http://pmlmedia.com and http://authormarketinghub.com.  Sponsors are:  Lindsay McKenna,  author of military romance books. Cerry Adair, Writer's Bible author and romantic suspense books.  And by the author of best-selling thriller "HARD RETURN", JCarson Black.  We would also like to thank DISCOUNT POETS & SUPPLIES.  On the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.


    This is a copyrighted trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.

  • 02:00

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - February 21st, 2015

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    Suspense Radio brings you two hours of radio talking with three outstanding authors. 


    First up we will have NY Times Bestselling author Erica Spindler. Next up will be author Sandra Block. And rounding out this show will be author Marilyn Ida Horowitz. 


    Each author will bring their unique style of writing straight to you. 


    Don't miss this episode and all the episodes here on Suspense Radio. Every show is available to listen to on demand. You can either listen to all the shows here, or simply subscribe to the podcast on Itunes.


    Suspense Radio is brought to you by Suspense Magazine.


     

  • 01:00

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition - January 24th, 2014

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    Suspense Radio is back with 60 minutes and two fantastic guests, Kelli Stanley and Elizabeth Heiter.


    Kelli Stanley with City of Ghosts: For the United States, war is on the horizon.

    For Miranda Corbie, private investigator and erstwhile escort, there are debts to be paid and memories—long-suppressed and willfully forgotten—to be resurrected. Enter the U.S. State Department and the man who helped Miranda get her PI license. A man she owes. A man who asks her to track a chemistry professor here in San Francisco whom he suspects is a spy for the Nazis. Playing along may get Miranda a ticket to Blitz-bombed England and answers about her past…if she survives.

    Through sordid back alleys and art gallery halls, from drag dress nightclubs to a Nazi costume ball, Miranda's journey into fear takes her on the famed City of San Francisco streamliner and to Reno, Nevada, the Biggest Little City in the World…where she finds herself framed for a murder she never anticipated. Forced to go underground, Miranda soldiers on alone, determined to find the truth about a murder, a Nazi spy, and her own troubling past.


    Elizabeth Heiter with Hunted: 


    Terror stalks a small Virginia town. 


    FBI rising star, criminal profiler Evelyn Baine, knows how to think like a serial killer. But she's never chased anyone like the Bakersville Burier, who hunts young women and displays them, half-buried, deep in the woods. As the body count climbs, Evelyn's relentless pursuit of the killer puts her career—and her life—at risk. And the evil lurking in the Burier's mind may be more than even she can unravel. 

  • 00:30

    Suspense Radio One on One with Marilyn Larew

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    Suspense Radio One on One in partnered with Partners in Crime tours, is pleased to have on the show today author Marilyn Larew.


    Dead in Dubai – Available Now!


    Why is CIA officer George Branson dead? Out of the Agency and looking for work, former CIA analyst Lee Carruthers accepts his wife’s request that Lee go to Dubai and find out. When she arrives, she walks into a deadly war between rival Merchants of Death for market share. She learns that George had worked for each man under a different name, one in Dubai and one in Istanbul. With his own, that gave George three identities. Which man was murdered? Had George really been working for the Agency, or had he sold out and, if so, to whom? Who are the men following her? And why does she keep finding diamonds?