New York City Thrillers

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Reggie Nadelson, author of Londongrad; Lee Child, author of Gone Tomorrow; and George Dawes Green, author of Ravens talk to us about writing crime thrillers set in New York City. From picking a setting to characters and story development.


Lee Child, George Dawes Green and Reggie Nadelson
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Comments [1]

Ivy from Brooklyn

Listening to you and your guests talk about how crime has disappeared in NYC troubles me. Yes it is different - somewhat. Does no one remember the 15 year old girl shot in the head a few weeks ago, or are these stories that don't register because who it happens to is considered "other".

I lived in NY in the 70's and came back two years ago. I remember what it was like. But crime has not just migrated to the Madoff's and the investment bankers. It is still perilous and physical harm still exists.

Dec. 24 2009 01:46 PM

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