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Fresh Pick | INDULGENCE IN DEATH by J. D. Robb
Fresh Pick / June 29, 2011

In Death #31 November 2010 On Sale: November 2, 2010 Featuring: Roarke; Eve Dallas ISBN: 0399156879 EAN: 9780399156878 Hardcover $26.95  Add to Wish List Thriller Police Procedural, Romance Suspense Buy at Best Romantic Suspense RITA, everyone agrees a MUST READ Indulgence in Death by J. D. Robb An indulgence for readers: the new Eve Dallas novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author. First it was a limo driver shot through the neck with a crossbow. Then it was a high-priced escort found stabbed through the heart with a bayonet. Random hits, thrill kills, murderers with a taste for the finer things in life – and death – are making NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas angry. And an angry Eve can be just as an efficient and dangerous predator as the killer. As time runs out on another innocent victim’s life, Eve’s investigation will take her into the rarefied circle that her husband, Roarke, travels in – and into the perverted heart of madness… This time, Lt. Eve Dallas is looking into a string of weird murders featuring unusual murder weapons. Previous Picks

Karin Slaughter | My Ideas Come From…
Author Guest / June 29, 2011

A common reader question is “where do you get your ideas?” I’m always at a loss to answer, because writing a book is such an organic process. I’ll see something in the news that makes me think of a tangential scene in the books, or I’ll read a news story and try to incorporate the gist of it into a paragraph or passage. For me, by the time I sit down at my computer, I’ve worked out great big chunks of the plot and have a general idea of how I want my characters will handle it. The surprises come when I realize that everything I planned won’t really work. That’s when the fun starts. So, in answer to where I get my ideas, it’s basically: I don’t know. With FALLEN, my next book, I can definitely point to one single event that gave me the idea for the opening of the story. I had the great pleasure of watching agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation train for a school shooting scenario. To practice for an eventual shooting, they took over an abandoned school building in a rural part of Georgia and set the stage with role players pretending…