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A Lethal Legacy Interview

P.C. Zick: “A Lethal Legacy” (via http://www.christophfischerbooks.com)

“A Lethal Legacy” by P.C.Zick was a real surprise-find and treat for me. Knowing this superb author from her award nominated environmental novel “Trails in the Sand” I was not prepared for a psychological thriller so incredibly well written…

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  1. “I lived in Florida for thirty years before marrying my husband in 2010. Then I moved to Pittsburgh,”
    Well, sounds like a long distance courtship, would love to know more…
    Will definitely read A Legal Legacy – several points sound very similar to my family-in-love. Great interview. I’m so jealous of the newly married!

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  2. Ooops, LETHAL not legal. Sorry!

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  3. Staci Troilo says:

    I wondered about this book when I saw it recently in your sidebar. It seems to be a departure from your usual Siddons-esque work, but it sounds great. Can’t wait to read it!

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    • P. C. Zick says:

      It really is different. I was experimenting in this book. I was almost afraid to reread it, but I still liked the story. It wasn’t as difficult writing from a man’s mind as I thought it might be.

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