Mystery Author Video Interviews From Left Coast Crime

Apr 18, 2012 | 2012 Articles, Fantasy & Fangs, Mysteryrat's Maze

by Lorie Lewis Ham

At the end of March, Kings River Life Magazine took part in Left Coast Crime 2012 Mining For Murder in Sacramento. We had the pleasure of meeting old friends and getting to know new ones. I was on a panel for my books, The Musical Mystery Panel, which was a lot of fun, we hung out in the hotel bar and showed off KRL to attendees, and did our first video author interviews, which was a lot of fun! The first two—one with Lee Goldberg and one with Victoria Heckman—have already been posted along with articles/reviews involving them, but here are several more for your enjoyment! The rest will go up in over the next few weeks so keep an eye out, enjoy, and tell your friends! So enjoy our interviews with Janet Rudolph, Cindy Sample, Carola Dunn, Sue Owens Wright, Robert Spiller, Harley Jane Kozak & Peggy Ehrhart.

A Welcome from Left Coast Crime from two of it’s organizers Janet Rudolph & Cindy Sample:

Mystery author Carola Dunn:

Mystery author Sue Owens Wright:

Mystery author Robert Spiller:

Mystery/fantasy author Harley Jane Kozak:

Mystery author Peggy Ehrhart:


  1. What fun! Thanks for being such a great interviewer, Lorie, and taking time to talk with everyone. I really enjoyed watching the videos of everyone. Janet’s writer’s hideaway at Bodega Bay sounds wonderful!

  2. Your interviews are great! Haven’t finished seeing them all yet, but sure enjoying! Wonderful idea and great job, Lorie!




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