She awoke with intense pain, in her head, her back. Dense smoke filled the air and flames leapt along the wall across from where she lay. Ghostly figures moved around her. Were they shouting? She only heard whispers above the ringing in her ears. Warm blood ran down her face. It was hard to breath. The stench of melted plastic was intolerable.
The last thing she remembered was sitting across from that dreadful young executive. She could not comprehend that despite her seventy years of…Continue
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I was invited to Paul D. Brazill's blog where I chat about my love of crime fiction and other things. Read here.
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Crime novelists generally write a novel a year. It’s what publishers want. Some big writers—and I mean, 25 million books sold—have told me their publishers and agents complain that if they don’t produce a book a year their readers will forget them.
In the case of such writers, some of those 25 million may…
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