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    A Few Words With: Tracy Clark

    Author Tracy Clark is testament not only to great writing but also the power of determination and persistence. After years of fits and starts, her novel "Broken Places" - the first in the new Chicago Mystery series - debuted this year to rave reviews. I sat down with her recently to talk about the series, the success of the new book and the challenges and opportunities for writers of color in today's publishing world.

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    A Few Words With: Tracy Clark

    Author Tracy Clark is testament not only to great writing but also the power of determination and persistence. After years of fits and starts, her novel "Broken Places" - the first in the new Chicago Mystery series - debuted this year to rave reviews. I sat down with her recently to talk about the series, the success of the new book and the challenges and opportunities for writers of color in today's publishing world.

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    A Few Words With: David Simms

    Horror and thriller writers know a million ways to scare their readers. But rarely is something as frightening as a story based mostly in fact. Such is the case with "Fear the Reaper," a fabulous new historical thriller from author David Simms. A fictionalized story based in the very real practice of eugenics, a social programming policy that sought to rid society of people some deemed undesirable, such as the physically or mentally disabled. Although now most often now associated with the atrocities of Nazi Germany, eugenics was practiced in a number of countries, including the United States. We sat down recently with Simms to talk about his work, the horrors of eugenics and the joys of having the likes of David Morrell and Heather Graham as friends and bandmates.

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