In which discusses his award-winning Ellie Stone series, being a linguist, working in Hollywood as a subtitle expert, researching historical novels, the 7 Criminal Minds blog, and being the mayor of basically all of the mystery writer's conferences.
In which Colin talks about his law enforcment career with the Yorkshire Metro Police, his early novels, his Jim Grant thrillers, and the differences between the US and the UK, including how US cops carry guns, but he wore a cape and carried a suggestively shaped wooden baton.
In which Terrence discusses his 1930s mysteries (including The Fairfax Incident), his present-day spy thrillers, his Aaron Mackey westerns, researching period fiction, ghostwriting, and the magic (and tarnish) of writer's conferences.
In which Lono discusses his Portland-based Wiley series, including the new release LIZZIE'S LULLABY, always being the new kid in school while growing up (or, the art of being user friendly), how he met Lee Child and got a killer blurb from him, and how odd it was being a Hawaiian outsider in Hawaii.
In which Dana discusses his Penn's River series of police procedurals, including the latest release, TEN-SEVEN, the beauty of Bouchercon, his Nick Forte PI series, meeting Scott Phillips, and reading to Corky.