Episode 28: A Time to Thrill – Conversation with Aime Austin – featuring Natasha Marsiguerra

August 01, 2022 01:07:05
Episode 28: A Time to Thrill – Conversation with Aime Austin – featuring Natasha Marsiguerra
A Time to Thrill - Conversation with Aime Austin Crime Fiction Author
Episode 28: A Time to Thrill – Conversation with Aime Austin – featuring Natasha Marsiguerra
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This month my guest is co-author Natasha Marsiguerra. Natasha is the co-author of the Tommy Keane crime fiction series. She writes with her brother Travis Meyers. You can find Natasha: Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/20179509.Natasha_Myers_Marsiguerra Twitter: https://twitter.com/NMarsiguerra Show Notes: Authors and books mentioned in the podcast: Outcry Witness by Aime Austin Major Crimes by Aime Austin Tommy Keane Series by Travis Meyers Author Maeve Binchy Author Tana French Author Philipa Gregory Author Gillian Flynn Author Nora Roberts/JD Robb Author Dennis Lehane

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