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Can’t Leave Rachel Out!

Can’t Leave Rachel Out!

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As you might infer, the main character in my Rachel Gold mystery series is named Rachel ...

Pre-Publication Reviews of PLAYED!

Pre-Publication Reviews of PLAYED!

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Here are some excerpts: ". . . brisk, sprightly entertainment." Kirkus Review "Kahn is the author of ...

Bringing Up the Rear: The Literary Mic Drop

Bringing Up the Rear: The Literary Mic Drop

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Many years ago, my agent offered me the following advice: "The most important sentence of your novel ...

Bromance: My Favorite Fictional Couple

Bromance: My Favorite Fictional Couple

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I recently received a question on the Goodreads website asking who was my favorite fictional couple, ...

Meet Me in St. Louis: Toasted Ravioli, Hoosiers, and High School

Meet Me in St. Louis: Toasted Ravioli, Hoosiers, and High School

If asked to name the key elements of their favorite novel, most readers would place at ...

From Sherlock Holmes to Stanley Plotkin to Rachel Gold

From Sherlock Holmes to Stanley Plotkin to Rachel Gold

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For those of us who love to read novels, the Word Nerds blog is a true ...

Enter the Goodreads Giveaway to Win a Free Copy of FACE VALUE

Enter the Goodreads Giveaway to Win a Free Copy of FACE VALUE

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The Goodreads website has just announced a Book Giveaway for my latest Rachel Gold mystery novel, Face ...

A Passover Tale: “The Bread of Affliction”

A Passover Tale: “The Bread of Affliction”

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Just in time for Passover, the editors of Kings River Life have published my mystery short ...

The Art of the Literary Pick-up Line: “Hey, call me, Ishmael”

The Art of the Literary Pick-up Line: “Hey, call me, Ishmael”

For an author, the opening line of a novel is the literary equivalent of the snappy ...

Dead Lawyers, Pet Cemeteries, and First Novels

Dead Lawyers, Pet Cemeteries, and First Novels

The two questions readers most frequently ask me are: 1.  Why are so many legal thrillers written by trial ...