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Author Joseph Finder Revisits 'The Bravest Thing I Ever Did' - Posted May 28, 2014
In keeping with a basic tenet of thriller novels - waste no time setting the scene, large - Boston Globe reporter Joseph Kahn gets his piece about local bestselling author ... [Fishbowl NY]

Author Joseph Finder Revisits 'The Bravest Thing I Ever Did' - Posted May 28, 2014
In keeping with a basic tenet of thriller novels - waste no time setting the scene, large - Boston Globe reporter Joseph Kahn gets his piece about local bestselling author ... [FishbowlNY]

5 Tips on How To Write Smart Thrillers - Posted July 11, 2011
A ThrillerFest panel last week tackled this question: "Can a thriller be both exciting and smart?" Participants included authors Linwood Barclay, Joseph Finder, Kathleen George, Andrew Gross, Andrew Pyper and Matt Richtel. David Liss... [GalleyCat]

Macmillan Launches Crime Fiction Community Site - Posted April 27, 2011
Macmillan has created a new online community for crime fiction and nonfiction readers, CriminalElement.com. Here's more from the press release: "At launch there will be excerpts, original fiction and articles by authors Joseph Finder, Steve Hamilton, ... [GalleyCat]

Dan Brown and Publishing's "DBDay" - Posted August 12, 2009
With 6.5 million copies of Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" coming out on September 15, publishing folks are looking towards what some call "DBDay" with a mixture of anticipation and fear. Former Publishers Weekly editor ... [GalleyCat]

The Return of the Literary Thriller - Posted May 11, 2007
Of course, it's debatable whether it ever really went away or if market forces dictated that it "disappear" and re-emerge a few years later, as many trends do. But the idea gives the WSJ's Robert Hughes a peg to feature a couple of dozen thrillers (highlighting future releases by Daniel Silva,... [GalleyCat]

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