Here’s the link to an interview I did with The Big Thrill, the magazine of the International Thriller Writers (ITW). I talked about this week’s publication of The Spy Who Never Was, the third title in my Nora Baron series.
Click HERE for the interview.
I’ve been mostly silent about my experience when Warner Bros. made a movie of my third novel, Valentine. Until now. Continue reading
Oh, the horror! The horror! Continue reading
It seems that Meryl Streep has awakened some sleeping monsters. Here’s what a few of her “overrated” colleagues might have to say. Or not. These dangerous women must be stopped!!! Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, when everybody comes up with a Top 10 list of favorite horror movies. Here’s my humble addition to the list of lists. Continue reading
We’re always talking about the moments that changed our lives, but how often is it true? I mean, how many profoundly life-altering experiences do we really have? Continue reading
I always loved to read mysteries, even as a child. When I was thirteen, I decided I was tired of the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew. My sister Suzy was the big mystery reader in the family, so I asked her for a good “grown-up” mystery story. She handed me AND THEN THERE WERE NONE by Agatha Christie, but first she sealed the final chapter of her copy with tape and made a bet with me. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again… Continue reading
I’m a big fan of mystery and suspense films, and the great Billy Wilder directed several of my all-time favorites. In 1944, the energetic Austrian immigrant made his mark in Hollywood with Continue reading
I’m always making lists for my blog, but they’re usually in the best/greatest/most famous categories. If I were to list my five favorite horror fiilms, for example, they’d all be well-known titles. Everybody knows about Continue reading