Category Archives: authors
Benjamin Black is reviving Raymond Chandler’s detective Phillip Marlowe. There are lots of things easier than that: Digging a ditch with your tongue, for example. I like Marlowe but I never found him to be much more than the sum … Continue reading →
Author Randell discusses her book about her brother lost in the South Pacific in the second world war.
An interview with an oncologist about the responsibility of the patient in the doctor/patient relationship. Everyone wishes more of the responsibility would fall to the doctor but in the real world your survival depends on you. The good news here’s … Continue reading →
Dr. Cary Presant talks about American medicine and your survival. You can also watch the full interview next week.
Lee took an acting class with her aging father after the death of her mother. She talks about the effect this activity had on both of them.
We ‘re talking today with Ron Felber, author of A Man Of Indeterminate Value. Question: A Man of Indeterminate Value is the first novel in a planned trilogy featuring Jack Madson. What makes Madson tick? Ron Felber: Jack Madson is … Continue reading →
We’re talking today with T.L. (Terry) Williams, a retired veteran of the CIA who has worked around the globe. Cooper’s Revenge is his debut novel. A sequel, Unit 400, is due out in 2014. Please give us a brief synopsis of your book; … Continue reading →