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Large Print and Foreign Editions

Grave Apparel is available in large print from Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/Grave-Apparel-Wheeler-Large-Mystery/dp/1597226696  Killer Hair is also available in foreign editions.

 

Interviews: In print, online and on the air

I was interviewed in 2006 by the Italian Web site dellaModa:  http://www.dellamoda.it/articoli/2006-11/quando_la_moda_si_tinge_di_giallo.php

I was interviewed in November 2007 by Sam Clay, Director of the Fairfax (Va.) County Public Library System, for their BookCast series of podcasts. Listen to it on their Web site: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/bookcast/

An interview in April 2007 by my local newspaper in Alexandria, Virginia. http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/article.asp?article=228792&paper=59&cat=104

For the online publication Mystery Morgue, I wrote about "How I Write."  http://breakthroughpromotions.com/mysterymorgue/mmjul07.html#hiw

"Baron" Ron Herron interviewed me on KZSB AM 1290, the radio station of the Santa Barbara News-Press

I was John Monsul's guest twice on his TV talk/variety show "Communicating Today" on Fairfax (VA) Cable Television Channel 10 , covering Northern Virginia.

I was interviewed at Mystery Loves Company in Oxford, Maryland, in 2007 by Drake Ferguson of "Drake Around Town" on WCEI, 96.7 FM on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

On June 19, 2009, USA Today ran a feature story on the film adaptations of my Killer Hair and Hostile Makeover. Bill Keveney interviewed me and Maggie Lawson, who plays Lacey Smithsonian. The story is also on their Web site.

I was interviewed by the charming "Dallas Book Diva" Cheryl Nason for her show "Inside the Writer's Cafe" on WebTalkRadio.net. My interview is available online as of June 22, 2009.

The ever-charming Drake Ferguson "Drake Around Town" on WCEI interviewed me again in June 2009 about the Lifetime movie adaptations of my books.

 

For fellow fans of Creatures 'n' Crooks Books:

Creatures 'n' Crooks Bookshoppe in Richmond, Virginia, one of my favorite mystery bookstores, has now closed as a "bricks-and-mortar" store, but owner Lelia Taylor is still selling and reviewing mystery and science fiction books through her web site and blog. See my Gallery Page 5 for photos and details.

 

 

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