Today is the release of John Lescroart’s new novel The Hunter. Russell Blake shares his comprehensive and fun talk with Lescroart, one of the most revered suspense writers in the business. They speak about the craft, what the daily writing life is like, dealing with the business side of the profession, and enlighten any writer out there by revealing the creative process that works for them. At any stage of your own writing life, you should read this interview.
The plot of The Hunter begins: Raised by loving adoptive parents, San Francisco private investigator Wyatt Hunt never had an interest in finding his birth family—until he gets a chilling text message from an unknown number: “How did your mother die?”
Please go over to my favorite online Travel, Leisure, & Entertainment Magazine, In Classic Style (hit link here!) to read the interview.
Thriller author Russell Blake
interviews thriller author John Lescroart!
Please find The Hunter at your preferred bookstore today! And check out www.johnlescroart.com!
Russell Blake is the bestselling author of the thrillers Fatal Exchange, The Geronimo Breach, the Zero Sum trilogy (Wall Street thrillers – Kotov Syndrome, Focal Point and Checkmate), King of Swords, Night of the Assassin, and The Delphi Chronicle trilogy (The Manuscript, The Tortoise and the Hare, and Phoenix Rising). Non-fiction includes the international bestseller An Angel With Fur (animal biography) and How To Sell A Gazillion eBooks In No Time (even if drunk, high or incarcerated), a parody of all things writing-related. Blake lives in Mexico, and enjoys his dogs, fishing, boating, tequila and writing.
Find Russell Blake’s new thrillers at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and for sale at his website: www.russellblake.com. His animal memoir, An Angel With Fur, has a full recommendation in InClassicStyle’s Books & Authors Section.
I always look forward to reading both Russell Blake’s and John Lescroart’s novels. Thank you Russell for sharing this terrific interview with the readers at InClassicStyle.
Have a great week and happy reading,
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