Tag Archives: Philip Gourevich

When My Head is Swimming with Death

Kate Flora here, on a gray and rainy day, thinking about the healing power of getting outdoors. I’ve just come in from a walk through my muddy garden with a trowel in hand, shifting a brown-eyed susan that wanted to … Continue reading

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Remembering Amy St. Laurent

This is how the book begins: It is every parent’s nightmare–your child goes out one Saturday night and vanishes off the face of the earth. It also, sadly, something that happens far too often–a sensible and independent young woman who … Continue reading

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Gerry Boyle interviews Kate Flora

OK, here’s a question I’ve wanted to ask you. You’re a lawyer. Why no courtroom series? Why not go the John Grisham route? Great question, Gerry. I realized early on that if I made my character a lawyer, I’d constantly … Continue reading

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