I’m pleased to announce news that I will be writing four more DIAGNOSIS MURDER books, which will bring me to eight titles in the series by early 2006. The third book in the series, THE SHOOTING SCRIPT, comes out on August 3. The fourth, THE WAKING NIGHTMARE, the one I wrote with two broken arms, comes out in January 2005. I’m starting work on the fifth book, THE PAST TENSE, today…
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Those are very very good news!!! Congrats to you! I am looking forward to all the books, wether you marry Jesse and Susan or anybody else off or not. I for myself like the way you put Susan into the story, who else could handle Jesse’s boyish ideas (i.e. the naked waitresses) as good as her? 😉
Next time Stuart Woods gets uppity on a panel, ask him if he’s ever written with two broken arms. (OK, now I know I’m in trouble at Bouchercon.)
I don’t know how he could name his hero “Stone Barrington” and not break out laughing every time he has to type the name. Sounds like a porn star name, doesn’t it?
Congratulations! Seems obvious that you’re keeping the fans happy to get the contract extended.
So, when are you going to start on “Missing”?
I can’t write books based on MISSING… because the series itself is already based on a series of books: “1-800-Where Are You?” by Meg Cabot, author of “The Princess Diaries” (and who, incidentally, gave me a wonderful blurb on the next DM book).
I see. BTW, you asked on DorothyL about a guy swallowing a chip with a jpeg file on it. (I’m at work, so I don’t have the post at hand).
Anyway, check this article out:
In which memory chips from cameras are subjected to some heavy duty abuse, yet survive. And judging by the picture, they’re small enough to swallow.
(Credit be to Instapundit for the link)