February, 2011: One True Sentence is released, the fourth of the Hector Lassiter novels.
At its climax, crime novelist Hector Lassiter wanders into a woman’s Paris apartment, bleeding and pushed past all points of exhaustion. The story ends on a dark and ambiguous note:
“In the blackness, Hector felt himself falling.”
Then, a kind of real blackness swallowed up Hector and his ongoing series.
Nearly all of the planned Lassiter novels were finished long…Continue
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I've just posted an interview with actor Tom Stechschulte, the voice of Hector Lassiter in Recorded Books' unabridged versions of my ongoing series. Tom also reads the Cormac McCarthy books, and titles by James Lee Burke and James Ellroy, among many others. There's some interesting stuff on strategies for creating character voices, on dramatic reading and the recording… Continue
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