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DAvid Morrell: Sometimes the Past Is Buried for a Reason

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An Authorlink Exclusive AUDIO Interview With David Morrell
Author of 29 books, including his latest SCAVENGER (Vanguard Press 2007)

June 2007

David Morrell is considered by many to be the father of the modern action thriller. The movie character Rambo was based on his award-winning novel First Blood.  David has written 29 books, most of them bestselling novels which have sold more than 18 million copies in 26 languages.

His latest thriller, SCAVENGER, takes us on a desperate high-tech scavenger hunt for a 100-year-old time capsule. Morrell's action sequences are embedded with fascinating historical clues that make SCAVENGER a real page turner. The deep emotional aspects of the novel address the idea that sometimes the past is buried for a reason.

Here David talks about what is perhaps his best-ever new thriller, published by Vanguard Press, 2007, and about the challenges of creating and marketing a novel in today's tough publishing environment. He provides insights into how he develops his concepts, plots, and emotional motivations for his work.

About David Morrell

Noted for his research, David Morrell is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School for wilderness survival as well as the G. Gordon Liddy Academy of Corporate Security. Co-president of the International Thriller Writers organization, he is also an honorary lifetime member of the Special Operations Association and the Association of Former Intelligence Officers.

—Doris Booth

Please note that this intensive interview is 23 minutes in length and has been divided into two audio files for easier downloading.When you have finished Part 1, please return to this screen and click the link to Part 2.