Audra Friend is a Boston-based book blogger who reviews as Unabridged Chick (www.unabridgedchick.com). Audra studied anthropology and geography as an undergrad, and she’s most taken with novels that address the stickier side of history, place, and society as well as the roles of women, from royals to riffraff. Professionally, Audra has worked in the non-profit sector for the last ten years and is blessed with coworkers who don’t mind hearing about what she’s currently reading.
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Yesterday I reviewed David Morrell's wonderfully grim, deliciously dark Murder as a Fine Art. I'm excited to share my interview with Morrell, who reveals, among other tidbits, that he's working on a sequel to Murder as a Fine Art! (I am so excited.) Read on to learn more about him,…
Title: Murder as a Fine Art Author: David Morrell Genre: Fiction (Historical / 19th Century / London / Thomas DeQuincy / Laudanum / Serial Killer) Publisher/Publication Date: Mulholland Books (5/7/2013) Source: Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours Rating: Loved -- will likely make my top ten of 2013. Did I finish?:…
Just two giveaways this weekend! The winner of The Golem and the Jinni is ... Leah! The winner of Fear in the Sunlight ... Nadia! Congrats to the winners! I've emailed folks who have until end of day Tuesday to respond. If you didn't win, be sure to check out…