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Milford House Mysteries -- Sherry & Joan discuss violence in villains

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What would a mystery or suspense novel be without a villain? The villain is one of the most important characters in this genre and is usually a driving force for the plot, even though he or she may not be fully revealed until the end of the book. In developing the villain for their stories, authors consider a wide range of characteristics and rely on a combination of research and imagination.  In this podcast, Joan and Sherry discuss the types of violence that villains -- both fictional and real -- may commit and the challenge of writing a believable bad guy/girl.

Join Joan and Sherry for this episode of the Milford House Mysteries  Violence in Villains.

Joan West is the author of the Carlisle Crime Cases series including Dying for VengeanceCourting Doubt and DarknessDarkness at First Light, and Had a Dying Fall.  Sherry Knowlton is the author of the Alexa Williams series of murder mysteries including Dead of AutumnDead of Summer, and Dead of Spring.

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