Jan. 30, 2020

John Copenhaver On His Celebrated Debut Novel, Dodging and Burning

Ep:017 John Copenhaver talks about his debut novel, Dodging and Burning, and the many literary organizations he has been involved…

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Jan. 23, 2020

Joe Cosentino Offers Madcap Mysteries, Author of Drama Faerie

Ep:016: Joe Cosentino talks about his Nicky and Noah Series, and Drama Faerie, his latest release. Drama Faerie , the 9th Nicky a…

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Jan. 16, 2020

Neil Plakcy Talks About Sex. He's The Author of the Mahu series

Ep:015 Brad Shreve interviews Neil Plakcy about Neil's Mahu series and his latest edition, Deadly Labors . They also discuss two …

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Jan. 9, 2020

The Man Behind the Author: Former Police Officer and Consultant, Bria…

Ep:014 Brian King-Sharp served 16 years as a police officer and law enforcement administrator and currently consults writer's of …

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Jan. 2, 2020

Don Travis New Mexico Both Past and Present

Ep:013 Don Travis is the pseudonym for Don Morgan, who discusses his BJ Vinson Mystery series and his latest release, The Voxligh…

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Dec. 26, 2019

Best LGBTQ Mysteries of 2019

Ep:012 Justene provides her selection of the best LGBTQ mystery novels of 2019, plus Brad gives one too. Listen in and add some b…

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Dec. 19, 2019

Andrew Schulz Says Things Aren't So Harmonious in Harmony Haven

Ep:011 Andrew Schulz discusses his novel The Homos of Harmony Haven . A non-traditional humorous soap style mystery with drama, l…

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Dec. 12, 2019

Rediscovering Queer Mysteries with Matt Lubbers-Moore from ReQueered …

Ep:010 A conversation with Matt Lubbers-Moore about the history of gay mystery fiction and the purpose of ReQueered Tales, which …

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Dec. 5, 2019

Garrick Jones: From Opera to Author

Ep:009 Garrick Jones talks about his latest mystery, Australia's Son . He also shares about his career as an opera singer and tra…

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Nov. 28, 2019

Jon Michaelsen, author of the Kendall Parker Mystery Series

Ep:008 Jon Michaelsen shares about The Deadwood Murders , the second book in his Kendall Parker Series. He also discusses creatin…

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Nov. 21, 2019

Gregory Ashe On The Future of Hazard and Somerset

Ep:007 Gregory Ashe talks about the end of the first arc of his Hazard and Somerset series and what to expect as their story cont…

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Nov. 14, 2019

R.E. Bradshaw Discusses Her Novel Emendare and Much More

Ep:006 R.E. Bradshaw discusses the differences between Emendare and her other novels, lesbian fiction, politics, the environment …

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Nov. 7, 2019

Marshall Thornton Shares What To Expect After Boystown

Ep:005 Marshall Thornton's Boystown Mystery series novels, which are on sale, are coming to an end. He gives us details about the…

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Oct. 31, 2019

Frank W. Butterfield Balances Three Series At Once

Ep:004 Author Frank W. Butterfield discusses his three series: The Nick William's Mysteries, the Daytona Beach Books, and The Rom…

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Oct. 24, 2019

C.S. Poe, author of Mystery of the Bones, discusses her Snow & Winter…

Ep:003 C.S. Poe discusses Mystery of the Bones, the final novel in her Snow & Winter series. Justene gives her review of the Robe…

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Oct. 17, 2019

Michael Nava on his new Henry Rios Novel, Carved in Bone.

Ep:002 Michael Nava released Carved in Bone, which is his first Henry Rios novel in 20 years. We discuss the novel and Rios' past…

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Oct. 10, 2019

Michael Craft Discusses His New Novel, ChoirMaster

Ep:001 Michael Craft discusses "ChoirMaster," the second book in his Mister Puss Mystery series. Mister Puss is the cat who may, …

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