prairie plum press
Author of the Jack Chastain / National Park Mysteries
Jerry Fabyanic, host of Writer's Talk on clearcreekradio.com, interviews author J.M. Mitchell about his writing, his long career with the National Park Service, and his latest novel, Killing Godiva's Horse.
Sunlit Interview: "From a dream job that was not without its risks came the inspiration for outdoor thrillers. Author J.M. Mitchell's career with the National Park Service informs his writing. But he needed extra research on how his Kenyan counterparts did their job."
J.M. Mitchell, author of the novel, Killing Godiva's Horse, answers question from Deborah Kalb, writer, editor and book blogger.
Sunlit Book Excerpts: "Rhinos, wild horses, politics--and dead bodies--set a frenetic pace from D.C. to Kenya. The first chapter of Killing Godivas's Horse plants the seeds of eventually converging storylines in author J.M. Mitchell's thriller."