Suspence author, Bianca Sloane, is interviewed by Robert Justice.
Bianca Sloane is the author of the suspense novels What You Don’t Know, Sweet Little Lies, Every Breath You Take and Killing Me Softly (previously published as Live and Let Die), chosen as “Thriller of the Month” (May 2013) by e-thriller.com and a “2013 Top Read” by OOSA Online Book Club. When she’s not writing, she’s watching Bravo TV, Investigation Discovery, readi...
E. A. Aymar (AKA—E. A. Barres), author of They’re Gone, is interviewed by Robert Justice.
His past thrillers include thriller, The Unrepentant, was published in 2019, the novels-in-stories The Swamp Killers and The Night of the Flood (in which he served as co-editor and contributor). He has a monthly column in the Washington Independent Review of Books, is a former member of the national board of the International Thriller Writers ...
David Heska Wanbli Weiden, author of Winter Counts , is interviewed by Robert Justice.
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Tori Eldridge, author of the Lily Wong thriller-mystery series , is interviewed by Robert Justice.
Tori Eldridge is the bestselling author of The Ninja’s Blade and The Ninja Daughter (Lily Wong series), nominated for the Anthony, Lefty, and Macavity Awards for Best First Novel and named one of the “Best Mystery Books of the Year” by The South Florida Sun Sentinel and awarded 2019 Thriller Book of the Year by Authors on the A...
Maxine Mei-Fung Chung, author The Eighth Girl, is interviewed by Robert Justice.
Maxine is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and training psychotherapist.
She lectures on trauma, gender and sexuality, clinical dissociation, and attachment theory at The Bowlby Centre and was awarded the Jafar Kareem Bursary for her work supporting people from ethnic minorities experiencing isolation and mental health problems.
Kim Johnson, author This is My America, is interviewed by Robert Justice.
Kim held leadership positions in social justice organizations as a teen and in college. She’s now a college administrator who maintains civic engagement throughout the community while also mentoring Black student activists and leaders. She is also the graduate advisor and member of an historically Black sorority. This Is My America is her debut novel and exp...
Nikki Dolson, author Love and Other Criminal Behavior, is interviewed by Robert Justice.
Nikki Dolson is a writer primarily of short fiction, which has been published in places like Shotgun Honey, Tough, Thuglit, & Bartleby Snopes. She’s also written a novel-ish thing, ALL THINGS VIOLENT, in addition to her short story collection, LOVE AND OTHER CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR.