The stage is set…for murder.
Today’s guest has been on the show before, way back in 2017. John Gaspard writes the Eli Marks mysteries, but today he’s here to talk about his new series the Como Lake Players mysteries.
In the interview, John explains why he’s writing under the pseudonym Bobbie Raymond, what called him to write these books, and why he chose community theatre for his setting. (Hint: he’s got experience with theatre and film.)
John himself has a podcast where he talks to magicians about their work and also reads a chapter from an Eli Marks book. You can find that here.
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This week’s mystery author
John is author of the Eli Marks mystery series as well as four other stand-alone novels, The Greyhound of the Baskervilles, The Sword & Mr. Stone, A Christmas Carl, and The Ripperologists. He also writes the Como Lake Players mystery series, under the pen name Bobbie Raymond.
In real life, John’s not a magician, but he has directed six low-budget features that cost very little and made even less – that’s no small trick. He’s also written multiple books on the subject of low-budget filmmaking. Ironically, they’ve made more than the films.
John lives in Minnesota and shares his home with his lovely wife, several dogs, a few cats and a handful of pet allergies.
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