www.movingstories.tv -- JT Ellison is certainly a looker (that smile lit up the whole show floor!) but even more she’s a watcher. How else could she write such a deliciously grisly thriller that gets right into the twisted head of her murdering protagonist *and* her empowered Homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson at the same time? Not content with just one dichotomy, she throws in a lover for TJ with all that that entails -- FBI Profiler John Baldwin (though I gotta tell ya, *I* want a John Baldwin! Every woman should have a John Baldwin!).
ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS demonstrates that Nashville police are a sharing lot, cause there is lots of realistic detail that keeps the reader engaged in this debut novel. It’s another title from Mira, that line out of Harlequin that is expressly devoted to the thriller genre, and so far its a line just as addictive as their brand name would suggest. JT has two more coming down the pike, "14" and "Judas Kiss" and though they may seem far away in time, you can keep on getting JT hits with her columns for Murderati.com every Friday. For more about JT, visit www.jtellison.com.
The music for this interview is a track by PORKBELLY FUTURES called "Lonely Stranger" from their CD called WAY PAST MIDNIGHT availalble at www.porkbellys.com or from Wildflower Records -- many thanks to the band!
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