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MTTA 96: Jason Pinter Interview

Jason Pinter is the bestselling author of Hide Away, the first Rachel Marin novel, as well as five novels in his Henry Parker thriller series and the standalone novel The Castle, which have over one million copies in print worldwide and have been published in over a dozen countries. He is the Founder and Publisher…

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MTTA 95: Marcia Clark Interview

Marcia Clark is a bestselling author and a criminal lawyer who began her career in law as a criminal defense attorney and went on to become a prosecutor in the L.A. District Attorney’s Office in 1981. She spent ten years in the Special Trials Unit, where she handled a number of high profile cases, including…

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MTTA 94: Lee Goldberg Interview

#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Lee Goldberg is back on the podcast to chat about his latest release FAKE TRUTH (the third book in his Ian Ludlow series). Lee Goldberg writes books and television shows (which we talk about during the interview). His mother wanted him to be a doctor, and his grandfather wanted…

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MTTA 93: Dean Koontz Interview

I’m honored to have Dean Koontz back on the podcast (you can catch my first interview with Dean Koontz here). When he was a senior in college, Dean Koontz won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition and has been writing ever since. His books are published in 38 languages and he has sold over 500 million…

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MTTA 92: Gregg Hurwitz Interview

Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times, #1 internationally bestselling author of 21 thrillers, including the ORPHAN X series, and two award-winning thriller novels for teens. His novels have won numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been published in 32 languages. Gregg has written screenplays for or sold spec scripts to many…

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MTTA 91: Bill Brewer

As a professor of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Bill Brewer learned the value of stories to keep his students engaged. Storytelling is a passion of his, which extends beyond the lecture hall. He enjoys writing because a character’s traits and personality grow as the story develops. Readers develop a connection with the character and are…

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