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William Dietrich and Phillip Margolin

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Tune in on March 20th, 2009 at 2:00 pm EST to hear a fascinating discussion between two of HarperCollins bestselling thriller writers: William Dietrich and Phillip Margolin. Dietrich’s newest Ethan Gage Adventure novel The Dakota Cipher is out in stores at the end of March, and veteran writer Phillip Margolin, whose next Amanda Jaffee novel Fugitive comes out in June, will be peppering William Dietrich with questions about his hugely popular series, and asking him why historical thrillers strike such a positive cord with fiction writers.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist William Dietrich is gaining momentum with his 3rd Ethan Gage adventure novel The Dakota Cipher. While the first two books in the series Napoleon’s Pyramids and The Rosetta Key took place in Europe and the Middle East, The Dakota Cipher follows the fictional American scoundrel Ethan Gage deep into colonial America’s wilderness in search of a mystical artifact said to control the weather and lightning, and has him meet Thomas Jefferson, the young Lewis and Clark, Napoleon, and countless other adventurers moving westward at the