November-2010-issue-321

 

COVER STORY

THE CASE OF THE GINGERBREAD COOKIE
Three Kensington mystery authors cook up a muderous tale with a not-so-innocent cookie.

     

FEATURES

MYSTERY TRENDWATCH
Mystery authors reimagine their yesteryear counterparts, including Hemingway and duMaurier, as amateur sleuths.

DENNIS LEHANE
After 11 years, Lehane revisits Boston P.I.s Patrick and Angie with a sequel to his gripping, bestselling novel Gone, Baby, Gone.

MEDIEVAL MAYHEM
Medival mystery author Jeri Westerson goes behind the scenes with a big swords ablazing and takes a swing, all in the name of reserch.

ALL IN THE FAMILY
Take a trip down memory lane with some beloved fictional familes like Francis Ray's Graysons and Brenda Joyce's de Warenes.

KATHY REICHS TALKS TEEN
Reichs debuts her first book for teen readers - a paranormal spin-off of her popular Temperance Brennan books - with a little help from her son.

PROS ON PROSE 

STIPS FROM THRILL MASTERS
Joseph Finder, Lisa Gardner and many others on the best and worst writing advice they've ever received.

TWRITING WITH THE STARS
Meeet the contestants of our newest contest for aspiring rwriters, all of whom are hoping to win a contract with Kensington's Brava imprint.

TEEN SCENE

JENNIVER DONNELLY
The historical author on the most surprising facets of 18th centrury Paris.

JACKIE KESSLER
Kessler gallops onto the YA scene with the four horsement of the apocalypse.

COMING NEXT MONTH

MEET JESSICA TRAPP
From contest winner to published author: Learn how Trapp makes medival romances sizzle.

THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROUNDTABLE
Why King Author's world is making a fictional comback.

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