Crime and Mystery Guru Carl Brookins — LIVE ON THE AIR

Carl Brookins wrote the book on radio interviews for authors..and I do mean he actually wrote the book. He writes so many books, features, stories and book reviews that to recount his career would take more space than Typepad can muster. Sooooooo….we're having him as our special guest this coming Saturday 2pm PDT on TRUE CRIME AND on Outlaw Radio! WOOO HOOOO.

AUTHOR OF BLOODY HALLS, THE CASE OF THE GREEDY LAWYERS, OLD SILVER, A SUPERIOR MYSTERY and INNER PASSAGES

Carl BrookinsBefore he became a mystery writer and reviewer, Brookins was a freelance photographer, a Public Television program director, a Cable TV administrator, and a counselor and faculty member at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He has reviewed mystery fiction for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press and for Mystery Scene Magazine. His reviews also appear on his web site, and on Internet sites, including Books n' Bytes and ReviewingtheEvidence. Brookins is an avid recreational sailor. With his wife and friends he has sailed in many locations across the world. He is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime. He can frequently be found touring bookstores and libraries with his companions-in-crime, The Minnesota Crime Wave. He writes the sailing adventure series featuring Michael Tanner and Mary Whitney. The third novel is Old Silver. His new private investigator series features Sean NMI Sean. The first is titled The Case of the Greedy Lawyers. Brookins received a liberal arts degree from the University of Minnesota and studied for a MA in Communications at Michigan State University.

 One of Carl's recent releases is THE CASE OF THE GREEDY LAWYERS. Wow: talk about an abundance of suspects!  I'm sure co-host Don Woldman will have pointed questions — after all, Don might be considered a suspect if he were not so kind and generous (for a lawyer).

Join us LIVE this Saturday  2pm PDT 

And check out our show-specific web site: http://www.outlawcrime.com





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