Mother of Five Kills for A Living: It’s Okay, It’s Her Job

An Interview with Thriller Author Allison Brennan

If I Should Die byAllison Brennen

She’s a mother of five who adores her children, but at night she plots and plans the demise of innocent victims in the most heinous of ways. That’s right, we’re talking to bestselling thriller author Allison Brennan about her new thriller series staring heroine Lucy Kincaid.

New York Times Bestselling author Heather Graham catches up with Allison during the ThrillerFest event in New York City and the two talk about writing, raising children and writer’s block. It’s funny, insightful and educational to listen to these two ladies talk work and family. Join us for a unique and inspiring interview.



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