By John J. Gobbell February, 1962U.S.S. Tingey (DD 539)Closing the east coast of Honshu, Japan Tingey, a 2,100 ton Fletcher class destroyer rolled easily in the calm Pacific under a moonless night. Yesterday, she had emerged from a series of bone-jarring storms that had left us sleepless and walking like zombies. But tonight, the sky
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SRP: Where did you come up with the idea for The Enemies of My Country? Jason: Many heroes of military thrillers have no family—a fact inconveniently pointed out to me by a reader of my first book, shortly after I’d committed to writing about a military thriller hero with no family. At the time I
SRP: Where did you come up with the idea for Damaging Secrets, and what can you tell us about the plot? Carolyn: Rachel’s been sitting on my shoulder for a few years now. I knew who she was, what she’d been through, and where that would ultimately lead her. I just didn’t know what she’d
SRP: How did you come up with Kate Fox, the main character in your new release, Stripped Bare? Shannon: I lived in the Nebraska Sandhills for 20 years. To be honest, I didn’t love it when I arrived there as a young bride. But I was determined to make it my home, and the landscapes
SRP: This is your debut novel! How does it feel? James: I am excited at seeing Misjudged published. The entire project started several years ago with a sort of off-handed comment to my wife after I’d read a particularly poor novel: “I could write a better book than that,” I said. “Well, why don’t you?”
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