you are right! found them... if you want to see them click here: http://www.amazon.de/s/ref=nb_ss_w?__mk_de_DE=%C5M%C5Z%D5%D1&url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=kate+pepper&Go.x=0&Go.y=0&Go=Go
Hi Allan...my books are published by NAL (New American Library) which is part of Penguin Group. They're widely available, especially online at all the major retailers. Thanks for asking! And nice to hear from you...
Hi William. It was nice meeting you last weekend at Thrillerfest! Thanks so much for your kind words about HERE SHE LIES. As I said before, I wish I'd met you while I was researching it...I would have picked your brain.
Kate - we met briefly last week at ThrillerFest. Just a note to tell you HERE SHE LIES knocked me out of my chair! Anything remotely related to computer crime gets my attention, but you really spun a web..:) I absolutely loved it!
Thanks for the invite to join your circle of friends. Took me a while to respond, but it has been a BUSY two weeks for me with work, rehearsals for a play I'm in, and rehearsals for a drama workshop I coordinated at the local art center. I need a vacation!! I will check out your books as we are getting low on reading material around here.
Kate, there's a Sisters In Crime discussion going on about genre. I mentioned your novels as 'hitchcock-like'...representing domestic thriller. But what makes them different from 'domestic suspense'...and what are some examples of domestic suspense, if you know them?
Hi Kate...I met you last week at the Edgar Symposium. I sat behind you (hair's a different shade if that throws you) between two friends, all of us newbies. I was intrigued by your description of your books as 'domestic thrillers' - did I get that right? Now that I've bumped into you again and see your titles, I'll go and find one.
Glad you saw the piece in Mystery Scene, John; thanks for mentioning it. Though the subject still makes my heart ache.
Laine, how did a NYC gal ever taste a moonpie in the first place? Once, during my last office job ever, a long long time ago, a co-worker returned from a business trip with moonpies for all! That's when I got hooked.