Francine Rivers on her career, the Christian fiction genre, and her latest book Bridge to Haven.
Karin Slaughter is a New York Times and international best-selling author, with over 30 million copies of her books sold worldwide. Best known for her Grant County and Will Trent series, Slaughter now travels back to 1970s Atlanta in her new stand-alone title, Cop Town (Delacorte, Jun.). Introducing two female police officers at different points in their investigative careers, Slaughter highlights not only a thrilling crime but a historical view of women entering a predominantly male profession.
Alice Hoffman talks to LJ about her new historical novel set in 1911 New York City; from the April 1 issue.
Author Deborah Layton and narrator Kathe Mazur discuss the new audiobook version of Seductive Poison.
Swedish Prime Ministor Olof Palme was assassinated in 1986. Best-selling author and investigative reporter Stieg Larsson examined the crime and left 15 boxes of documents for police. But did he identify the right suspect in the killing?
Fascinating histories, romances, crafty how-tos, memoirs, biographies, novels by old favorites and debut authors, and more are among the forthcoming Spring titles LJ editors don’t want you to miss.
Daniella Martin discusses her adventures preparing bugs all over the world…and why consuming insects may be the key to a more sustainable future. From the February 1 issue.