I was thrilled when an advanced reader copy of Eloisa James' newest novel, A Kiss At Midnight, came into the office. (Readers may remember that I got RT's Elissa Petruzzi hooked on James' novels which she, in turn, recommended to you here.)
RT BOOK REVIEWS Web Editor Morgan Doremus interviews Meg Gardiner about the author's newest thriller, Liar's Lullaby. They chat about how rock stars, politicians and conspiracy theorists all contribute to making this new case the most difficult psychological autopsy Jo Beckett has ever had to perform!
Last night's premiere of TNT's new cable series Rizzoli & Isles, based on Tess Gerritsen's bestselling series about Boston PD Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles, drew more than 7 million viewers, according to Hollywood trade reports.
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Were you one of the millions watching? If so, what did you think of Angie Harmon as Rizzoli and Sasha Alexander as Isles? Did the show match your expectations based on the books? And if you've read Gerritsen's latest, Ice Cold, let us know what you think!
RT Summer Intern Spencer Freeman learns an important lesson at the Thrillerfest panel on the appeal of YA novels …
Thanks to bestselling series such as Harry Potter and Twilight, the market for young adult books goes beyond juvenile readers. During this year’s ThrillerFest, the annual convention for thriller authors and fans, there was a panel discussing the ever-popular question, “Are YA Novels for Grownups Too?”
The panel consisted of authors A.J. Hartley, F. Paul Wilson , Jennifer Alison, Ridley Pearson, R.L. Stine and YA publisher Andrew Harwell. F. Paul Wilson, panel moderator and bestselling author in his own right, led the discussion about the diverse readership of Young Adult novels. Other topics they touched on included dark themes in YA books, cross-over characters in series and the fact that many of their readers know their books better than the authors themselves.
RT Summer Intern Lizzie Poteet reports from a Thrillerfest panel about authors' thoughts on mixing paranormal elements into thrillers ...
Ghosts, witches and ghouls, oh my! At this year’s ThrillerFest six of the most noted names in paranormal thrillers met to discuss the popular paranormal subgenre and answer the question: “Why be normal when you can be paranormal?”
Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.
RT BOOK REVIEWS Web Editor Morgan Doremus interviews Shane Gericke about his thriller series, his new release and the fifth annual ThrillerFest convention here in NYC. In the first video, the pair chat about who attends ThrillerFest and the ways the convention caters to both authors and readers.
Novels allow readers to travel around the world even if they can't drop everything and head to somewhere like Russia, Singapore or Indonesia. When writing about a foreign country, authors use the locale's culture, language and particular destinations to bring their stories to life. Now the RT Web Team is going in-depth to find out how authors are inspired by these countries and what details they use to transport readers around the world.
RT: Why did you choose Hawaii as your setting for Under The Maui Moon?
It's time for our second installment of Tricia Rayburn's Siren, in stores July 13th. This week RT readers get an exclusive look at the second chapter of Siren and one more chance to win the Super Stuffed Summer Beach Bag Giveaway, which includes some great signed books and a gift card to Sephora! Read on for more …
Dear RT BOOK REVIEWS Readers,