Dangerous to Know (Lady Emily, #5) by Tasha Alexander
Do your stories ever change course as you're writing them? People will always figure it out. Some fun surprises that make the journey more fun and eye-popping. In this case, the epilogue in this book was a last-minute addition.
Dangerous to Know
The day I was supposed to turn the book in, I woke up with this crazy idea and just wrote it out. I was in love with that little extra oomph it gave the story, a little behind-the-scenes peek, and hoped my editor liked it too. She did! CBTB: What does a typical writing day look like for you? Do you have any tried-and-true writing routines that you always adhere to? I know the words are going to be there when I need them. CBTB: When you're not writing crime fiction, do you also read crime fiction? If so, can you share with us a few crime novels you've recently read and loved?
And if not, what kinds of books do you typically gravitate towards?
EC: I wish I read more. All men at the moment, but I read a ton of women too, obviously. Or if they were really scams at all. Huge thank you to Emily Carpenter for answering my questions about her newest release! Crime by the Book is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. This in no way affects my opinion of the books included in this post. Some family secrets should never see the light of day.
Libby Jones always dreamed of learning more about her origins. One day, not long after turning 25, Libby comes home to find an envelope waiting for her, its contents revealing the true identity of her birth parents… and the fact that she has inherited their vast mansion in a posh London neighborhood. But by claiming this inheritance, Libby is claiming a darker inheritance, too: a connection to an unsolved crime and an obscure, cult-like society, one which has been waiting, biding its time, until Libby makes herself known.
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Every fall, crime writers and readers gather for Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention. Have You Seen Me? KILL CREEK is a horror story built for fans of the genre, a clever and spine-tingling tale of a group of horror writers whose publicity stunt turns into a desperate battle for survival. In KILL CREEK, four prolific horror writers are invited to spend Halloween night at a legendary haunted house, a publicity opportunity orchestrated by a preeminent horror website and its mysterious creator.
For each of the writers, this invitation presents a much-needed answer to professional and personal woes. But what should have been an easy commitment quickly turns sinister. Splitting its time between that fateful night in the house and the weeks and months after, KILL CREEK leads readers down a twisty and twisted road—one filled with hidden motivations and unforeseen consequences.
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Readers looking for an adult suspense novel in the vein of Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars: add this book to your holiday wishlist immediately. One was brutally murdered, and another was held captive and subjected to unspeakable trauma before he managed to flee his captor. Now, in the present day, a series of vigilante killings have begun, and our protagonist has reason to believe they might be connected to her own dark past. I loved this book, and am betting a whole lot of you will love it, too.
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CBTB: What are you working on next? Book Details:. Nov 12, Nov 11, Nov 5, Oct 31, I enjoy the other interpretations but she is the best. I feel the same way about David Suchet as Hercule Poirot. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, both as very modern, present day interpetations of Sherlock Holmes are great too. Love Emma Watson for Georgie. How about Jonathan Rhys Meyers for Darcy?
Thanks for posting this interview. Enjoyed it very much. Interesting interview, I do prefer the book usually too.
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This was a cool read, thanks! I too believe he is the best Sherlock I have ever seen. I really like how the modern conveniences have been incorporated into the old storylines. He is a perfect actor for the part.
I just wish there could be more books to dramatize! Thanks for a great article! I agree that Emma Watson would make a great Lady Georgie! Please make a movie! Thanks, tracy.
Nothing better than a good British mystery to soothe the nerves and get the gray matter working. Totally agree with the Benedict comments. Love that version of Sherlock. Also love David Suchet as Poirot. Enjoyed the discussion, as I have enjoyed their books. Valrae Goglio MacDonald…. Hope someone is making note of it for a character in a story of some sort….. Made me smile…. Loved that conversation. I watch a lot of BBC America, but am still not familiar with some of the actors mentioned. I do, however, adore Benedict Cumberbatch and all of the cast of Sherlock.
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Casting TV Crime with Rhys Bowen and Tasha Alexander
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Rejoice Miss Marple fans, this discussion will please you! Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes Although it's set in modern times, I feel the writer got the character right. If I had to choose between a TV show and a book, it would always be the latter.
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