Title: Bioprints (O’Rourke Crime Novels Book 1)
Synopsis: Cutting edge technology meets classic detective fiction in this thrilling, often humorous escapade. Ryan and his team are drawn into a web of murder, mystery and suspense. While they investigate the death of Ryan’s best friend, the danger of 3D technology is exposed as a scientist goes rogue and pulls out all the stops to cover his tracks.
Synopsis: This entertaining, suspenseful and often humorous novel will keep you turning the pages to see what happens next. The O’Rourke team is brought in to investigate a theft from a high end jewelry store and an alarming disappearance of narcotics at a local hospital. It’s a fast paced, action packed story. Follow the team through hair raising twists and turns as they outwit the Chicago Mob.
Synopsis: This high octane thriller has it all; murder, Mob revenge, political intrigue, a little romance, strong male & female characters with a storyline that could be tomorrow’s headline news. The O’Rourke team is called in to help solve a nationwide plot involving the assassinations of several US Senators.
Will they succeed?
CH: Today’s Guests are Co-Authors, R. C. and J. P. Carter. They love paranormal investigating and writing. Welcome to my blog, R. C. and J. P.
CH: How did you come up with the premise for this series?
RCC/JPC: When we first conceived the series, 3D printing was in its infancy. We had read in journals that it was possible to print human body parts. This was a fascinating concept. Having the minds of mystery writers, we thought someone could use this technology in a nefarious way.
CH: Did you have to do any special research to write these books or is it all imagination?
RCC/JPC: Yes, we researched 3D printing, how fraud investigators work and how the FBI actually conducts investigations. At the time, we wrote Clone Drones, no one in the private sector had weaponized drones. That was purely imagination.
CH: What is different and exciting that you bring to your readers through your writing style?
RCC/JPC: We combine the classic detective style with high tech crime. We also have an ensemble cast of both intelligent and strong female and male characters with integrity.
CH: Was it hard creating believable situations and issues or did you take them from real life and elaborate?
RCC/JPC: Some of the situations are taken from real life and we elaborated on them. Other situations are entirely from our imaginations. We would have to say they were more fun than difficult.
CH: As co-authors, do you each write a chapter or section or do you write together?
RCC/JPC: We write it together.
CH: Of the three books, which character was hardest to write? And develop?
RCC/JPC: The criminal brothers in Flash Zombies were the most difficult to write and develop.
CH: Of the three books, which character was your favorite to write?
RCC/JPC: We actually have three favorite characters in the series. They are Ryan, Siobhan and Rachel.
CH: Is there a message that you want the readers to grasp in any of the books?
RCC/JPC: O’Rourke crime novels were written purely for entertainment in the classic detective style. However, we are working on a children’s series and a young adult series both of which have a definite message.
CH: What kind of feedback are you getting from readers of this series?
RCC/JPC: People enjoy the fast-paced action and attention to geographic details.
CH: Is one book more popular with readers than the others?
RCC/JPC: Clone Drones is the most popular.
CH: What is your next writing project?
RCC/JPC: We are working on several at this time. A children’s series of different animal friends with diverse personalities, who learn to get along together. Also, a young adult novel about the early life of Jezebel. Several other projects are on the drawing board along with a major rewrite for Bioprints.
CH: How to Find R. C. and J. P. Carter:
- C. and J. P.’s Website: http://www.CarterNovels.com
- C. and J. P.’s Amazon Link: http://tiny.cc/4mtery
- C. and J. P.’s Author Page: http://tiny.cc/yktery
CH: Can you tell my audience where these books are sold?
RCC/JPC: Currently, all 3 books are available on Amazon and the paperbacks are available through CreateSpace.
CH: Any closing remarks?
RCC/JPC: Yes, actually two things. First, we would like to thank you for this interview opportunity, Cheryl. If anyone has any further questions, please email us at CarterNovels@aol.com.
Secondly, we want to make sure everyone is aware of Indie Book Source. This is a part of our website that is dedicated to supporting indie authors. Currently, we showcase and promote over 90 indie authors.
CH: Thank you so much, R. C. and J. P. Carter, for taking time out of your very busy writing schedule to join me and my blog followers. It has been a real pleasure discussing your books with my audience. And readers, if you’re like me and would enjoy this series. I suggest you pick up a copy at your earliest convenience.
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