Megan, We met at Suspense Night in St. Louis last year. I immediaely went home and told my wife I've got a new author I think you'll like. She read Queenpin & loved it. We had a picture taken with myself, you & Reed & Scott & Susan. I gave Reed a 8 X 10 & he sent me an e-mail wanting me to send you a picture via e-mail but I dont have a scanner. I'd be glad to send you a picture if I can mail it to you, or I could mail it to Reed & have him send it to you. I'm glad to see your books are doing well & it was a pleasure meeting you. You were very kind.
Hi, Megan. Great to see you joining the Noir City Sentinel as a columnist. Your first entry on Deadline at Dawn was terrific. I caught the movie at Noir City in Seattle and was bewitched, bothered and bewildered by it.
I was wondering if you have any tips for where to go for research for my P. I. novel set in the late 1940s. I live in England--would you happen to know of any good online resources? I look just about every day. appreciate it. thanks!
No, it doesn't get any better. And I'd include you as well. Believe me! Double Indemnity is my favorite film. Love the novel, too. You must have a special feel for the 1940's. I know I do. Unfortunately, I wasted so much time writing horror, but now. I'm immerseing myself in all things hardboiled and will try to contribute something also. again thanks.