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Interview with Karen Schur-Narula, Author

An interview with the author of “Fatherland,” an exquisitely written, deeply compelling novel set in Germany under the Third Reich…

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Continue Reading June 9, 2017 at 4:04 pm Leave a comment

Q&A with David Downie, author of “Paris: City of Night”

An interview with David Downie, author of “Paris: City of Night,” “Paris Paris: Journey into the City of Light,” “Paris to the Pyrenees” and more….

Continue Reading November 19, 2016 at 8:22 am 1 comment

Q & A with John Pearce, Author of “Last Stop: Paris”

John Pearce discusses the challenges and joys of writing fiction; his latest thriller, “Last Stop: Paris,” and the charms of being a part-time Parisian…

Continue Reading January 29, 2016 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

A Interview with Dorothy James, author of the Vienna Mystery series

“I did want to entertain, I wanted even to be funny, to make people laugh, but I could not altogether break free of a lifetime of trying to convey serious ideas…I hope my mysteries are fun to read, but they are also in their way serious inquiries into certain aspects of living and dying…”

Continue Reading November 8, 2015 at 4:34 am Leave a comment

An Interview with M. L. Longworth, Author of the Verlaque/Bonnet Mystery Series

“We were determined to have adventures, and to give our daughter, who was four at the time, a bilingual education…It does take courage, and now when I look back on it, I ask myself, “How did we do that?”

Continue Reading September 8, 2015 at 11:05 am Leave a comment

An Interview with Mark Pryor, Author of the Hugo Marston series

“One of the themes that runs through my books is the idea that you can never escape history, either your own personal history or the broader history of the place where you live. So, in The Bookseller I have a little of both. And the truth is, even today the shadow of World War II hangs over much of Europe…”

Continue Reading August 24, 2015 at 10:29 am Leave a comment

An Interview with Cara Black, Author of Murder on the Champ de Mars

“Aimée Leduc was born from my love affair with Paris and my desire to be a Parisienne. I think a lot of us have an inner French girl struggling to get out. I…needed a woman who would be strong, feisty, vulnerable, good with computers, fashionable, and who would solve crimes wearing high heels…”

Continue Reading August 15, 2015 at 7:14 pm Leave a comment

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