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The Gemini Agenda by Michael and Patrick McMenamin Bring Churchill to Hitler in a Whole New Way

For those of you who have been following the Churchill Thriller series you know that, although the stories are fiction, the research, the background and the details of the time period and even the historical characters are very well done. For those of you who are new, if you like historical thrillers set against a backdrop of pre-WW2 drama you have hit gold!



The Gemini Agenda is the third book in the series and although I enjoyed both The DeValera Deception and…

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Added by Sheila English on February 29, 2012 at 9:14am — No Comments

The Gemini Agenda by Michael and Patrick McMenamin: Book Review

A historical thriller so gripping, so intriguing you’ll have a hard time putting it down.

 

The McMenamin’s have done it again. Their Winston Churchill thriller series is set against a tumultuous time; pre-WW2. So much of the fiction is set against the background of true history and true characters that it will also challenge you to tell the difference. Hitler was evil and so was what he did. You…

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Added by Sheila English on February 29, 2012 at 8:34am — No Comments

Douglas Clegg talks about his upcoming book, and what secret power he wishes he had

Catching up with bestselling author Douglas Clegg, Reader's Entertainment finds out about Isis, ereaders and what Douglas has been up to on Facebook lately.







Question: Using the Twitter method of answer (140 characters or less) tell us about the type of books you write.







I write stories about people up against extraordinary or irrational circumstances. My books have been categorized as horror, suspense or fantasy fiction, depending on the… Continue

Added by Sheila English on April 16, 2009 at 2:30am — No Comments

Elvis, Literacy and Advice for Aspiring Writers: An Interview with Deborah LeBlanc

Reader's Entertainment caught up with author Deborah LeBlanc while she was on the road and somehow convinced her to answer our "interesting" questions. lol



Thank you Deborah for finding the time to chat with us! Let's go right to the Q&A!





Question: Who are in your top 10 spaces on MySpace?



DL:



I have MySpace set on random top friends, so today my top 10 are:



1. Stephen

King

2. Dean Koontz

3. Lorrie Jones

4.…
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Added by Sheila English on April 14, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

Spying On A Thriller Writer: An Interview with Haggai Carmon

Reader's Entertainment caught up with espionage/thriller writer Haggai Carmon this week to talk about his new release, Chameleon Conspiracy and find out more about what makes this series, and this author, unique.



Question: Using the Twitter method of answering (140 characters or less) tell us what makes your series different from others of the same genre?





They’re different because I’m an insider. My thrillers are partially based on the real adventures I had while… Continue

Added by Sheila English on April 12, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

Strange Ways To Kill and Other Juicey Tidbits: An Interview with M.J. Rose

Reader’s Entertainment joins bestselling author M.J. Rose to talk about raising the dead, strange ways to kill and what book she wish she’d written!





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Question: Using the Twitter method of answering (140 characters or less) tell us what kind of

books you write.



M J Rose- I hope I’m writing good books that people can’t put down and

that leave them satisfied, thinking and wanting more.



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Question: What is the strangest… Continue

Added by Sheila English on April 11, 2009 at 2:27am — No Comments

Interview with bestselling author James Rollins

Sometimes the mystery is in the writer himself. Those dark scenes of murder and mayhem, clever villains and the heroes we love, all come from the same place. Inside the author's imagination.

We caught up with bestselling author James Rollins and put him to the test! We wanted to know how online-savvy he was and just how much he'd let us get away with asking.

So please join us in meeting James Rollins with this unique interview done by Reader's Entertainment… Continue

Added by Sheila English on April 3, 2009 at 1:06am — No Comments

International Thriller Writers Oganization and Free Promo/Publicity

Recently I became the chair of the ITW Social Networking committee. If you are a member of ITW please contact me! I want to make sure we connect and that I keep you in the loop for opportunities that come up!
I am doing interviews right now.

I will post a few of the interviews so you get an idea of my style.

Thanks!

Sheila

Added by Sheila English on April 3, 2009 at 12:49am — 5 Comments

Thrillers and Crime Fiction- Feeding the addiction

Since attending ThrillerFest last year in NYC I have been absorbed with this genre. I find I like two kinds of thrillers.



I like the scary kind, like Karen Rose's can be. And I like the kind that make you wonder who the killer is and take you through the steps so you can almost feel like you're a detective too! I guess those are more crime fiction.



I have read a lot of the classics, a lot of romance, self help and horror. If something sounds inspirational I'll read that. I… Continue

Added by Sheila English on January 19, 2009 at 2:10pm — 12 Comments

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