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Shers on Irish FM radio - Death By Chopstick


Doing a radio interview with CRY 104 FM in County Cork, Ireland was great fun. I'd done another a few years ago when plugging Murder On The Rocks!, my murder mystery set in Youghal, Ireland. This time I spoke about a return to China that inspired Death By Chopstick, its sequel.

I truly appreciated all the airtime this County Cork DJ - Stan Notte - gave me on this last interview. His limited interruptions were used to graciously guide me into talking about my experiences in China as well as mention some of the elements involved in the process of writing this sequel that has been based, for the most part, in Beijing, China. 

Have a listen to the live broadcast, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did having been asked to do it primarily for an Irish audience...

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  1. Your book series sounds really interesting! I love the title of that second one, too :)

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  2. What a great interview. So interesting! I want to read 'Death By Chopstick' now!

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