Stephen Usery interviews authors of mysteries, thrillers, and crime fiction.

Here's a second chat I had with Charles Graeber a few months after we originally spoke about his true crime book, The Good Nurse: The True Story of Medicine, Madness, and Murder. This conversation hits a few different points from the first time around, and now the book is available in paperback.

Direct download: CHARLES_GRAEBER_2014_WYPL_BOOK_TALK.mp3
Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 1:26pm EDT


Lisa Turner's first novel A Little Death in Dixie featured police detective Billy Able searching for a missing socialite. Her new novel, The Gone Dead Train, has detective Able back on the track looking for the person responsible for the suspicious deaths of two musicians.

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Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 7:00pm EDT

Peter Heller's written several books of non-fiction in addition to many years of fine writing for magazines. When last on the program, we spoke about his debut novel, The Dog Stars, and in this episode, we'll talk about his new one, The Painter, about an artist with a violent temper who has to deal with the life or death consequences of his actions.

Direct download: PETER_HELLER_2014_WYPL_BOOK_TALK.mp3
Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 10:37am EDT