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Interview with Suspense Author, Joseph Finder

Joe writes thrillers–the kind that take you beyond gnawing your nails all the way to chompin’ your knuckles. This ability is what makes him a New York Times best selling author and winner of a gazillion awards. A couple of his … Continue reading

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Stunning Sentences

I told you I was reading this. I’m still reading it. Yes–I’m slow. I just finished the chapter on sentences, and thought I’d share some of my favorites with you. Thing is, most come from the same source: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. … Continue reading

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Defending Jacob, by William Landay

Not long ago, one of my favorite authors recommended a book by one of his favorite authors. Joseph Finder has never let me down. It was he who led me to Lisa Gardner’s Love You More, so I didn’t have any … Continue reading

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Expanded Review of Buried Secrets, by Joseph Finder

Buried Secrets by Joseph Finder My rating: 4 of 5 stars Finder took me by surprise. He drove me down a predictable road, even verifying my suspicions so often I wondered what he was up to. Then, without warning, he … Continue reading

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Joseph Finder’s Odd Dog

If you’ve looked at my sidebar recently, you know I’ve got Joe Finder’s latest “Nick Heller” thriller on my bedstand. This book releases June 21, but I’m one of the lucky few who won a pre-release copy on Goodreads. My … Continue reading

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Next Book on the List

Anyone notice how long Vince Flynn’s Memorial Day stayed “on the nightstand” in the sidebar? If you did, you’re probably thinking I’m the slowest reader on the planet. In my defense, I (1) finished it a long time ago and … Continue reading

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