Radio Show

Justin Peacock Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / July 11, 2010

Justin Peacock a Yale Law graduate sets his legal suspense novel, “Blind Man’s Alley,” in the thrilling  world of contemporary New York Real Estate, complete with Simon Roth head of a real-estate dynasty, underworld figures, and an alluring femme fatale. Join Justin and me as I question Justin and his  […]

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Camilla Lackberg Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / May 2, 2010

Everyone knows Steig Larsson, but Camilla Lackberg another young Swedish writer was voted Swedish Writer of the Year for 2005. Her crime books have already sold a million and a half copies and with the publication of The Ice Princess, these figures will undoubtedly be eclipsed. Camilla had been called […]

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David Morrell Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / July 13, 2009

David Morrell, creator of “Rambo,” and an old buddy of mine, who once set one of his characters in my apartment, stops by to discuss his new book The Shimmering and tell me about Thrillerfest in NYC where he is being honored by the likes of Joseph Finder, Clive Cussler, […]

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Nelson DeMille Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 15, 2009

Nelson, who is a longtime friend of mine, and one of the great contemporary thriller writers, talks about Gate House, the sequel to The Gold Coast which many consider among his finest books. Nelson in addition to being a fantastic suspense writer is also a riot. Funny as all get out.

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Lawrence Block Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / January 25, 2009

Larry Block was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America in 1993, but readers everywhere already knew this. Stuart Woods once told me he learned much of what he knows from Larry Block. Larry has written so many books that it is difficult to keep up with them: […]

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Lawrence Block Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / September 28, 2008

A dear friend Larry  Block is not only prolific, he is a total professional. Even his Hitman character is a professional. And Larry writes with wry humor as well as suspense. Stuart Woods once told me that he learned everything he knew about writing from Lawrence Block. What is interesting […]

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Mary Higgins Clark Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / June 15, 2008

Often called the Queen of Suspense, and paid mega millions for her efforts, Mary Higgins Clark is not only one of our world class story tellers, who sells more books than there are people, but she is one of the nicest and most interesting ladies you will ever meet. I […]

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David Baldacci Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / January 1, 2007

Baldacci is a master thriller writer. . . Absolute Power, The Camel Club. Here is talks about STONE COLD.

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