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Nevada Barr
Nevada Barr is an award-winning novelist and New York Times bestselling author. She has a growing number of Anna Pigeon mysteries to her credit as well as numerous other books, short stories, and articles. She currently resides in New Orleans with her husband, four magical cats, and two adorable dogs.
Larry Johnson
Larry Johnson has over thirty years experience as a street paramedic and clinical director for major city 911 services. He was chief flight paramedic at the Waco, Texas, siege, has served as keynote speaker at national medical conferences, and was a contributing author for Prentice Hall’s 2005 Critical Care Paramedic, the most widely used textbook of its kind. After blowing the whistle on Alcor in late 2003 and receiving multiple death threats, Larry went into hiding.
William Gladstone
William Gladstone majored in Spanish literature at Yale University and cultural anthropology at Harvard University. He also received an advanced degree in literature from the University of Salamanca in Spain. William has worked at the highest levels of book publishing, and has been involved in the creation of several digital publishing enterprises. He travels extensively throughout the world, assisting authors and book publishers. He resides in Cardiff, California.
Alan Jacobson
Alan Jacobson was appointed to the position of qualified medical evaluator by the state of California. He has extensive experience testifying as an expert witness, which has exposed him to the many strengths and weaknesses of the judicial system. His previous novels include The Hunted and False Accusations. He lives in Northern California.
David Morrell
David Morrell is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-nine books. In these video interviews he speaks about what inspires his writing as well as the intricate plots of both Creepers and his latest thriller Scavenger.
Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump is the Chairman and President of The Trump Organization. He is the preeminent developer of quality real estate around the world, making the Trump brand synonymous with the gold standard. His commitment to excellence extends from his real estate holdings to the entertainment industry. He is the archetypal businessman—a deal maker without peer and an ardent philanthropist.
Jilliane Hoffman
Jilliane Hoffman was an Assistant State Attorney between 1992 and 1996. Until 2001, she was the Regional Legal Adviser for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, advising special agents on complex investigations including narcotics, homicide, and organized crime. She lives in Florida.
Richard Lowry
Rich Lowry graduated in 1990 from the University of Virginia, where he studied English and history. He was named editor of National Review in 1997. He has written for the New York Times , the Washington Post , the Wall Street Journal , the Los Angeles Times, and a variety of other publications. He is a syndicated columnist and a commentator for the Fox News Channel. His book, Legacy: Paying the Price for the Clinton Years, was a New York Times bestseller. He lives in New York City.
Kyle Mills
Kyle Mills is the New York Times bestselling author of eight books, including his award-winning The Second Horseman. Growing up in Oregon as a Bureau Kid, Kyle absorbed an enormous amount of information about the FBI, which he incorporates into his novels. He and his wife live in Wyoming and enjoy rock climbing.
Natalie Pace
n 2006, Natalie Pace was the host of her own series of CEO Q&As; on the Forbes.com Video Network. She has been named the #1 stock picker in the United States from TipsTraders.com. Natalie publishes articles and interviews on business leaders, CEOs, policymakers, and government officials for Natalie-Pace.com and other media and is a regular guest on national media, specializing in business, finance, and investing.
Clyde W. Ford
Clyde W. Ford is a mythologist, trained psychotherapist, and sought-after public speaker. He’s also a critically acclaimed author of nonfiction and fiction. He’s been a guest on the “Oprah Winfrey Show,” NPR, and other radio and television programs around the country. Clyde lives in Bellingham, Washington.
Eileen Goudge
Eileen Goudge is the New York Times best-selling author whose novels include One Last Dance, Garden of Lies, and Thorns of Truth. In these video interviews she discusses her novels Woman in Red and Domestic Affairs and the real-life influences that inspire her compelling stories.
Vincent Bugliosi
#1 New York Times bestselling author and famed prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi discusses his new book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder and explains why he believes we must bring those responsible for the war in Iraq to justice.
Robert K. Tanenbaum
New York Times bestselling author Robert K. Tanenbaum discusses the riveting plot of Escape and the parallels between a mother who committed an unthinkable act and a group of terrorists who are planning one against the city of New York.
Tom Grace
Bestselling author Tom Grace discusses his latest novel The Secret Cardinal featuring Ex-Navy Seal Nolan Kilkenny in a provocative international thriller where he must attempt to save a "secret cardinal" who has been imprisoned by the Chinese government for thirty years and who could become the next pope.
Greg Bear
Greg Bear is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty books of science fiction and fantasy, including Blood Music, The Forge of God, and Darwin's Radio. Now, this master of Sci-Fi discusses his new political thriller, Quantico, and why he wrote this disturbing look at a near-future world plagued by terrorism and uncertainty.
Dan Burstein
Dan Burstein’s "Secrets" series has more than three million books in print worldwide. In these video interviews he addresses the controversial aspects presented in the mega-bestseller, The Da Vinci Code, as well as the novelization of the life of Mary Madgalene in The Expected One. His books Secrets of the Code and Secrets of Mary Magdalene are deep investigations by experts who separate fact from fiction.
Lisa A. Phillips
Lisa A. Phillips is a former radio reporter who has worked at six public radio stations in five states. In this video interview she describes why she wrote Public Radio and shares some of the stories highlighted in the book.

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