Ep75 – Love and Other Criminal Behavior – Nikki Dolson

On today’s episode, crime fiction powerhouse Nikki Dolson shares her latest book, Love and Other Criminal Behavior, a collection of thirteen stories exploring the many different ways to love–and also end up dead. The collection starts with “Georgie Ann” a tale of kept women, betrayal,

Ep74 – The 100% Solution – Solomon Goldstein-Rose

On today’s episode, Solomon Goldstein-Rose — a leading millennial climate activist, former Massachusetts state representative, and author of The 100% Solution. The world must reach negative greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change. Yet no single plan has

Ep72 – The Companion – Kim Taylor Blakemore

On today’s episode, author Kim Taylor Blakemore shares her thrilling new novel entitled, The Companion. They say she’s a murderess. She claims she’s innocent. But Lucy has been known to tell lies… 1855, New Hampshire. Lucy Blunt is set to hang for a double murder.

Ep71 – The Clean Body – Peter Ward

As we delve into the year 2020 I’m obliged to ponder the human evolution of how we got to this day and age. With that notion, I’d like to introduce professor Peter Ward, author of The Clean Body. On today’s episode he’ll explain exactly why

Ep70 – Apprehension – Mark Bergin

Our hearts go out to the victims of the Jersey City shooting and the police officer killed in the line of duty. Today’s guest Mark Bergin, shares his book, Apprehension, which delves into the stresses of being a police offer, and most importantly the topic

Ep69 – Repentance – Andrew Lam

On today’s episode, Dr. Andrew Lam shares his incredible historic fiction novel entitled, Repentance, which tells the story of a Japanese American war hero who has a secret… a secret so awful he’d rather die than tell anyone–one so entwined with the brave act that made him

Ep68 – Banished From Memory – Mary Sheeran

On today’s episode, author Mary Sheeran shares her Hollywood historical fiction novel entitled, Banished from Memory. In 1960, sixteen-year-old Dianna Fletcher has been accustomed to the bright lights of Hollywood all her life-but now they are casting shadows on her family’s past and on her

Ep67 – Clouds and Earth – Sayde Scarlett

On today’s episode, author Sayde Scarlett shares Clouds and Earth, a dark and thrilling tale of intrigue and espionage set in the data-driven world of tomorrow. The Long War changed everything. For Lt. First Class Sandy Attiyeh, the peace she helped create seems to be

Ep66 – Murderabilia – Carl Vonderau

Are you interested in serial killers? Have you ever heard of the term, murderabilia? On today’s episode, we learn all about it from Carl Vonderau as he shares his new book entitled, Murderabilia. When you’re the son of a serial killer, you can never escape