Archive | April, 2011

Thriller, mystery, or cheater?

by Rebecca Cantrell Here’s an opening based on a thriller I’m working on. I fudged a bit. The scene is set in Venice, so there’s no high rise, and Clara’s in her 20s instead of her 30s. But at least I followed a couple of the rules of the assignment. There’s a gun and he’s more »

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Inciting a riot for the lovely new paperback edition of A NIGHT OF LONG KNIVES

Today’s post is about inciting a riot and then getting off scot free. Hannah Vogel, as we know, never gets off scot free, no matter how glib she might be. This is because her author is mean to her and forces her to constantly confront Nazis in a time of escalating evil. I’ve assured everyone more »

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