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Mar 7, 2018

Author of Closer Than You Know

Interview starts at 9:29 and ends at 43:09

“I look at certain authors that are greatly esteemed in the moment as literature. But I think, frankly, a lot of what passes as literature today will not stand the test of time, because there’s no story in the story. You have 350 pages of a character examining his navel and having interior monologue, and that’s just not the stuff that’s going to endure....Though he has not won a National Book Award and probably never will, Stephen King is still going to be read a hundred years from now.”  

News

“Is Amazon Looking to Nation’s Capital For a Second Home?” by Brian Deagon at Investor’s Business Daily - March 5, 2018

“Ripple (XRP) and Amazon Would Be A Match Made in Crypto Heaven” by John P. Njui at Cryptonews - March 4, 2018

Block Zero, Kevin Rose’s new podcast about cryptocurrency.

Block Zero Episode #001 “Bitcoin’s true potential - Andreas M. Antonopoulos”

The Internet of Money by Andreas M. Antonopoulos

Interview with Brad Parks

“Who’s the deranged man in the parking lot?” by Bill Ruehlmann at The Virginian-Pilot - September 7, 2014

Stand-alone books by Brad Parks Closer Than You Know and Say Nothing

Carter Ross mysteries by Brad Parks: 1. Faces of the Gone 2. Eyes of the Innocent 3. The Girl Next Door 4. The Good Cop 5. The Player 6. The Fraud

Also by Brad Parks: The Nightgown: A Carter Ross Story

Mark Twain: A Life  by Ron Powers

Sing, Unburied, Sing: A Novel by Jesmyn Ward (Winner of the 2018 National Book Award)

Content

Website of Kaitlyn Dunnett’s website, author of The Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage Mysteries

Kilt Dead (A Liss MacCrimmon Mystery Book 1) by Kaitlyn Dunnet

“Dog Theme Mysteries: Dogs are Cozy, Too!” at The Cozy Mystery List Blog - August 9, 2007

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