Tuesday, 4 November 2008
Michelle Gagnon's thriller, Boneyard, has been praised from the likes of Jeffery Deaver, Douglas Preston, James Rollins and Cornelia Read (to name a few). This novel follows her highly sucessful debut, The Tunnels.
'A mass gravesite unearthed on the Appalachian Trail puts FBI Agent Kelly Jones at the head of an investigation that crosses the line—from Massachusetts to Vermont, from wealthy vacationers to poor transients, from a serial killer to a copycat nemesis. As darkness falls, another victim is taken. Kelly must race to save him before he joins the rest…in the boneyard.'
Michelle has kindly agreed to join us and answer five quick questions.
What's one thing we may not know about Michelle Gagnon?
I have dual citizenship: US and Ireland.
What television show would you like to make a guest appearance on?
Burn Notice, no question. There are “better” shows, but BN seems like it would be the most fun.
What's your greatest sporting moment?
I set the JV State High Jump record in RI my freshman year of high school, and it was only the third time I did the event. Apparently the record still stands, although if it doesn’t I don’t want to know about it.
What's your ideal holiday destination?
Hawaii, either the Big Island or Kauai.
How many comments to this blog post would I need to have you read and comment on my first thriller, The Interrogator?
Depends on the quality of the comments and the moral fabric of the commentors. Kidding. Not many, just depends on my own time constraints.
Thanks, Michelle. Please check Michelle's website for all of the details of Boneyard and The Tunnels.
If you enjoyed this interview, why not have a look at my other interviews with Will Lavender, Kelly Curtis, Lisa Unger, JA Konrath, Laura Benedict, Ed Lynskey, Luke Devenish and Karen Dionne.