Az Murder Goes...professional: Az Murder Goes Professional by Barbara G PetersAz Murder Goes...professional: Az Murder Goes Professional by Barbara G Peters

Az Murder Goes...professional: Az Murder Goes Professional

EditorBarbara G Peters

Paperback | February 1, 2002

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Write what you know. But how?
Who are the people who inhabit the story, who tell the story? How do authors see their characters? Follow five writers--Joanne Dobson, John Dunning, Nicholas Kilmer, Nancy Pickard, and William G. Tapply-- along the professional paths that led to their books and the creation of characters who live on in the mind once the book's covers are closed.
Title:Az Murder Goes...professional: Az Murder Goes ProfessionalFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.62 × 5.6 × 0.4 inPublished:February 1, 2002Publisher:Poisoned Pen Press, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1590580036

ISBN - 13:9781590580035

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"Mystery fans and would-be scribes will welcome two slim but excellent reference works, AZ Murder GoesArtful (Poisoned Pen, $13.95 paper 220p ISBN 1-890208-26-4), revised from its original 1998 appearance, and AZ Murder GoesProfessional ($14.95 paper 127p 1-59058-003-6). In the former, edited by Susan Malling and Barbara Peters, writers such as Nevada Barr and Aaron Elkins reflect, respectively, on the art treasures of national parks and the mystery of forgery; in the latter, edited by Peters, Lee Childs introduces a lineup that includes Nancy Pickard, who considers what it feels like to carry on the tradition of Virginia Rich, and John Dunning, who ponders how his various jobs-as a glass cutter, as a racetrack peon-have informed his writing." -Publishers Weekly