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

David Joy is the author of the memoir, Growing Gills: A Fly Fisherman's Journey, and Putnam has recently published his debut novel, Were All Light Tends to Go, which paints a vivid picture of a meth-dealing family in the Appalachians in western North Carolina.

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Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 8:45am EDT

Jamie Kornegay owns Turnrow Books down in the Mississippi Delta town of Greenwood, but his debut novel is set in the hill country of Northern Mississippi. It's entitled Soil and is published by Simon and Schuster.

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Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 2:41pm EDT

Michael Kardos was last on to talk about his debut novel,The Three Day Affair,which was named an Esquire Best Book of The Year. The Mysterious Press has just published his second novel,and it's called Before He Finds Her.

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Category:Arts - Literature -- posted at: 2:35pm EDT