For as long as he could remember, Jack Casey just wanted to be free, his own man to do what he pleased, when he pleased. He too craved action, and when his dream life came calling, he didn’t think he would meet anyone who was his equal, and definitely didn’t think he would ever have difficulty leaving behind the world he loathed and mocked.
Amongst The Killing documents both of their stories, told in their own words, as the moments unfolded when their paths first crossed and their lives intersected. How could two men, with two different philosophies, be so different and yet so connected?
As the ultimate cat and mouse game unfolds, each has to deal separately with the other’s decisions and the effects they have in turning their lives sideways and upside-down. Will one of them crack? Will one of them succeed? Ultimately, the journey may mean more than the game, and show both of them the outcome neither was ever expecting.
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1. What drew you to write crime fiction?
I wanted to write this story, in this world.
2. Bloody modern crime or cozy mystery?
Bloody Modern Crime,,,I like something so honest as this idea. Cozy Mysteries are fun but I often figure them out before they are done, it drives my wife and friends crazy, so without the mystery part it's harder to get into.
3. How do you deal with writers block?
I have a little trick. I find a photo or a news item that really envokes an opinion in me and I write until I feel like I am saying all I want to say. Often that little bit of writing triggers the creative juices and gets me going into what I really wanted to write.
4. Did you always want to be an author?
No, I wanted to be a filmmaker first. I did that for a few years and wasn't very successful in the way you would define success but for me it was the most important aspiration I lived out.
5. Who are your top three authors?
Poe, Shakespeare, and Bradbury