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INKWELL NEWSWATCH (IN)
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ON THE COVER December, 2012

ON THE COVER
Mark Horner Recreates Real Crime
MarkA level of trust must certainly be developed with victims and perps before they truly start opening up to a new crime writer.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
September Sacrifice (Excerpt)
"In winter, the thick forest surrounding the castle bent beneath the weight of snow in a storybook setting in the Rockies."
By Mark Horner


ON THE COVER
Paul Quarrington Opens The Window
PaulCanadian novelist/crossover king Paul Quarrington talks about what it took to get where he is and how he stays there.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Galveston (Excerpt)
"Dampier Cay was a narrow strip of land, a few miles long, that nature had pushed forth from the water for no good reason."
By Paul Quarrington


ON THE COVER
Catherine Ryan Hyde Gets Hot
CatherineRyanHydeNowadays Catherine Ryan Hyde is still dealing with the fallout from the critically acclaimed film of her novel Pay It Forward.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Walter's Purple Heart (Excerpt)
"You see, there's an upshot to being found dead at the opening credits. There's also a price tag. But I'm holding back the story."
By Catherine Ryan Hyde


ON THE COVER
Lisa Lenard-Cook Gets Cookin'
LisaLenardCookNovelist Lisa Lenard-Cook may have started publishing books at an advanced stage of her career, but by golly she's done it.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London



ON THE COVER
Coyote Morning
"Natalie carried the handset back to the dark living room, where she could look out toward where the mountain was."
By Lisa Lenard-Cook


ON THE COVER
A.L. Kennedy Kicks It
Scottish sensation A.L. Kennedy talks some tender trash and let's writers in on a few pertinent, if painful, secrets.
By Diego X. Jesus and Mark London


ON THE COVER
Paradise by A.L. Kennedy
"Then I remember, with aching clarity, an air steward blocking the aisle and dancing his arms through the usual safety drill."
By A.L. Kennedy





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