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ThrillerFest 2017 Debut Author Jennifer Soosar Keeps Readers on the Edge of Their Seats

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ThrillerFest Jennifer Soosar Parent Teacher Association

Say hello to today’s featured ThrillerFest 2017 debut author Jennifer Soosar and her new novel of suspense, Parent Teacher Association. Read on to see how she cleverly answered our “thrilling” questions! BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? Why? Jennifer Soosar: If I’m on death row it means I’ve done something terrible like killed somebody, and it wasn’t in self-defense. I’ve been sitting here for a while, many years in fact. Plenty of time to think about my actions, plenty of time to read all the books in the prison library. Prison’s been great for catching up on reading. But now, execution day is close. There’s a little time left for one last book.…

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ThrillerFest 2017 Debut Author Christina Hoag Reveals How She’d Kill Her Characters

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ThrillerFest 2017 Christina Hoag SKIN OF TATTOOS

Meet today’s ThrillerFest 2017 debut author Christina Hoag and her new crime novel, Skin of Tattoos. Check out what she had to say about her all-time favorite thriller, and how she’d want to kill off our heroes! BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why?  Christina Hoag: I’d want to die laughing so I think I’d choose A Good Man in Africa by William Boyd, his first novel actually. It’s one of the funniest books I’ve read and a real page turner about a hapless British diplomat in a fictional West African country. Having lived abroad and dealt with embassies and diplomats, it really resonated with me. I thought it was hilarious. BT:…

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We Asked Walter Gragg, ThrillerFest Debut Author: What Would You Read On Death Row?

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Walter Gragg ThrillerFest 2017 The Red Line

Today’s featured ThrillerFest 2017 debut author is Walter Gragg. Scroll down to read more about his new novel, The Red Line, and which thriller he chose to be the last he will ever read! BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why?  Walter Gragg: Catch-22. I was hooked by the end of the first page of this incredibly satirical, yet deeply layered, novel. Consistently rated one of the top 100 books of the 20th Century, Heller’s story is unlike anything ever written. The unique way in which the story is presented makes the absolute insanity of not just the events the airmen find themselves facing, but the insanity of the world itself, come…

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#ThrillerFest17 Debut Author: Brian Klingborg Kills It with Kill Devil Falls

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ThrillerFest Brian Klingborg KILL DEVIL FALLS

Meet today’s featured ThrillerFest 2017 debut author, Brian Klingborg, and his new novel of suspense, Kill Devil Falls. Check out how he answered our “thrill-worthy” questions! BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why?  Brian Klingborg: If I were on death row, I would choose as my final reading material something to help me gain perspective on the nature of life, the universe, why we are born and why we die. One option might be Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time. To be perfectly honest, I already own this book, but so far I haven’t been able to make it past the first three chapters. No doubt, knowing the end is near would…

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BookTrib Presents ThrillerFest 2017 Debut Author: Sheila Sobel

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ThrillerFest 2017 Sheila Sobel COLOR BLIND

Sheila Sobel is today’s featured ThrillerFest 2017 debut author. Read on to see how she answered our quirky questions about her new book Color Blind. BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why? Sheila Sobel: If I were to ever find myself on death row, I would be reading the galleys for the book I had written while serving out my time, Life after Death. All proceeds would of course be donated to the Innocence Project to assist in the defense of the wrongly convicted. BT: If you were going to kill off your protagonist what method would you use?  And why? SS: If I were to kill off my protagonist, my new protagonist would…

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BookTrib Presents 2017 ThrillerFest Debut Author: William Schiele

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thrillerfest William Schiele TEARS OF THE ASSASSIN

Get ready to meet the International Thriller Writers ThrillerFest XII debut authors! Thriller writers are a unique breed, known for their cutthroat writing style and their uncanny ability to leave readers hanging on every word. With ThrillerFest 2017 rounding the corner, we asked these authors three questions that our editors at BookTrib think are just as thought-provoking as their novels. Scroll down to meet today’s featured debut ThrillerFest author, William Schiele, and his new release, Tears of the Assassin. Read on to see how he answered our quirky questions. BookTrib: If you were on death row, what would be your last read? And why?  William Schiele: I perceive death row as lasting a very long time. With the appeals taking several…

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