From a New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning journalist comes the gripping true story of a cold-blooded killer. Robert Charles Browne may be the most prolific serial killer of all time, according to Stephen G. Michaud, co-author with Debbie Price of THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND MAN, just out from Berkley/Penguin Putnam.
Jack Enyart, a career scriptwriter, story editor and development expert, has worked for such major cartoon properties as Looney Tunes, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Roger Rabbit, Pink Panther, Johnny Bravo and many more.
David Corbett worked for 15 years as a private investigator in San Francisco, playing a significant part in a number of high-profile criminal and civil litigations. He later became "Man Friday" for his wife, Terri, as she launched her own law practice.
In this exclusive Authorlink AUDIO/SLIDESHOW, Pegasus Publisher Claiborne Hancock talks about the release of Alexandre Dumas's rediscovered manuscript, The Last Cavalier. Note: slide show photos are representative of the period and are not included in the book. File may take a few moments to load!
In this exclusive Authorlink AUDIO/SLIDESHOW, Michelle Moran talks about her four-year effort to bring Nefertiti's story to life, and of making the switch from writing nonfiction to fiction. Note: slide show photos are representative of the period and are not included in the book. File may take a few moments to load!
Stacey Barney, an editor at Putnam Books for Young Readers, has held posts in both adult and children's book publishing. She has worked with such talented writers as Chris Abani and William Henry Lewis. She has also published LA Times bestselling author Tamara T. Gregory's Passport Diaries as well as Denver Post bestselling author Gilbert Tuhabonye's This Voice in My Heart.
Bestselling Thriller Author Bonnie Hearn Hill talks with Auhorlink in this VIDEO interview about her journey to becoming published, and offers insights for writers who are struggling to break into the business.
New York Times Bestselling Thriller Author Gayle Lynds talks with Auhorlink at the recent Santa Barbara, CA Writers Conference. Sorry about less-than-optimum recording environment in a busy hotel. We didn't want to miss the chance to bring you this prolific writer's insights.
David Baldacci's 13 bestselling novels of government power and intrigue have sold nearly 50 million copies in 40 languages worldwide. His first novel Absolute Power was adapted into a major motion picture starting Clint Eastwood and Gene Hackman. In addition he has written seven original screenplays.
London journalist and broadcaster Mick Brown has been haunted by his 2002 interview with Phil Spector. Just weeks after Brown talked with the world's most successful pop-record producer, minor actress Lana Clarkson was found shot dead in Spector's vast Los Angeles retreat.