Episode 191: Cara Black

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Occupied Paris, 1940 and Kate Rees—an Oregonian sharpshooter by way of England—has been given a rifle and an assassination assignment in Three Hours in Paris, Cara Black’s first stand-alone thriller. The stakes—and the odds against her—couldn’t be higher, but Kate, raised on an Oregon ranch during the depths of the Depression, is descended from pioneers… Read more »

Episode 168: Cara Black

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In Murder in Bel-Air, the 19th installment in Cara Black’s arrondissement-specific series featuring Aimee Leduc, in addition to running her detective business and being a mom to Chloe, her infant daughter, Aimee is juggling a missing mother and the pursuit of a man from Cote d’ivoirie, the former French colony in Africa, who possibly holds… Read more »

Episode 90: Cara Black

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Because it’s a prequel, Murder on the Quai—the sixteenth installment in Cara Black’s series of mysteries—is the perfect place to meet her protagonist, Parisian private investigator Aimee Leduc   Cara is undertaking a marathon book tour in support of Murder on the Quai—as well as the other 15 Aimee Leduc novels—with stops from Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore in San… Read more »

Episode 3: Interviews with Peter James and Cara Black

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At the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Les Klinger and I spoke first to Peter James and later to Cara Black. Peter James talks about his character Roy Grace’s missing wife, how he found the inspiration for his most recent Grace novel, Dead Man’s Time, his research methods and gives us a preview of… Read more »