THE COPPER ROAD: Seven Questions for Richard Buxton [INTERVIEW]

Richard Buxton reimagines the Civil War in his series, Shire’s Union. (Photo courtesy Canva/Ocoee Publishing/Richard Buxton)

Gone with the Wind. Gods and Generals. Cold Mountain. North and South. There is no shortage of novels about the Civil War. But few capture our imagination like Richard Buxton, one of England’s rising literary stars. With the release of the second volume in his Shire’s Union series, The Copper Road, we sit down with the author to discover why he’s so fascinated with American history and how it compares to events that are taking place today. Enjoy the interview! —J&H

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Dark Desires Permeate Amanda Quick’s ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ [REVIEW]

Runaway bride

A high-priced matchmaker is the unwitting object of a stalker’s deadly desire in Amanda Quick’s TIL DEATH DO US PART. (Photo by Sarah Nichols, Flickr)

Return to Victorian London in Amanda Quick’s latest novel, ‘Til Death Do Us Part, where a high-priced matchmaker becomes the object of someone’s deadly obsession.  Read more of this post