November 2002 (Issue 225)

 

COVER STORY

JUDITH MCNAUGHT
The scoop behind this much anticipated new novel whose delay has had readers buzzing for nearly three years. Plus, an exclusive excerpt from SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME.

SUSAN KRINARD
A new series from a master of Paranormal Fantasy Fiction!

   

FEATURES

WIN 10,000 MYSTERY CONTEST
Who Killed Tiffany Jones?

BEST BOOKS OF 2001
Announcing RT BOOKclub's Career Achievement and Reviewers' Choice Award winners.

DEATH OF RILEY
Rhys Bowen's marvelous new historical mystery series features smart, feisty Irish immigrant Molly Murphy-who's a lot like Rhys!

THE ROMANCE ADDICT'S HOLIDAY SURVIVAL GUIDE
Cindy Cruciger offers a host of clever, cunning ways to keep those pages turning-while basting that bird!

A LADY NAMED LIBERTY
Vicki Hinze pens international tension, terror and intrigue as a female U.S. vice president, LADY LIBERTY, races to save the world.

MYSTICAL, MYSTERIOUS & MEDIEVAL
These words describe newcomer Terry Stanfill's time travel, THE BLOOD REMEMBERS, which has been likened to Katherine Neville's classic, The Eight.

AUTHOR PROFILES

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT
Anne George, Catherine Todd, Elizabeth Holcombe, Nora Roberts, Sheila Williams, Mike Lupica, Ronda Thompson, Melanie George, Elizabeth Young, Judith Ivory, Jeneva Johns, Robert B. Parker, Kathy Hepinstall, Suzanne Frank, The "Independence Day" Calendar by C.J. Songer

COLUMNS

FAN FORUM
5 Best Books...
Giveaways & Contests
Book Sleuth
Paperback Round-Up
Modern Gothics
Eavesdropping
What is Romantica?
New & Noteworthy

COLUMNS
Quips & Queries
Bibliography Spotlight on Maggie Osborne

PROS ON PROSE

MASTER CLASS II-COMMON MISTAKE #11: LACKING TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Build your own reference library, from grammar guides to industry writing bibles.

PATH TO PUBLISHING
After trying to do it all, Cindy Cruciger discovers and shares the wisdom to keep on going.

COMING NEXT MONTH

HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS FOR BOOK LOVERS
A bevy of unique stocking stuffers for you and the readers in your life.

RED HOT QUERY LETTERS
Recall the famed Jerry Maguire one-liner, "You had me at hello"? Learn how to hook an editor from the first sentence of the all-important query letter.

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