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    A Few Words With: Suspense Master R.G. Belsky

    If there is one thing longtime New York City journalist and suspense master R.G. "Dick" Belsky knows, it's how to produce a real page turner. Many of those have starred intrepid reporter Gil Malloy, a hard driving newspaper guy with a penchant for breaking the biggest stories...and a lot of the rules along the way. In his brand new book, "Yesterday's News," Belsky introduces a new reporter/hero, Clare Carlson. I caught up with him recently to talk about the new series, the challenges of moving from daily news to the book world and the lasting mystery of the Kennedy assassination.

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    A Few Words With: Suspense Master R.G. Belsky

    If there is one thing longtime New York City journalist and suspense master R.G. "Dick" Belsky knows, it's how to produce a real page turner. Many of those have starred intrepid reporter Gil Malloy, a hard driving newspaper guy with a penchant for breaking the biggest stories...and a lot of the rules along the way. In his brand new book, "Yesterday's News," Belsky introduces a new reporter/hero, Clare Carlson. I caught up with him recently to talk about the new series, the challenges of moving from daily news to the book world and the lasting mystery of the Kennedy assassination.

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    A Few Words With Crime Fiction Author Extraordinaire James L'Etoile

    Author James L’Etoile spent a big chunk of his adult life in prison. Thankfully, he did so on the correct side of the bars as a probation officer, corrections counselor, hostage negotiator and associate warden. Now retired, L’Etoile uses that wealth of experience as a basis for his excellent John Penley mystery series, once of the best out there. The newest in the series, Bury the Past, came out just a few months ago, and he is already working on the next big thing. We sat down with him recently to talk about his work as a writer, life in the gritty California prison system and how sometimes truth is even weirder than fiction.

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