Two weeks ago I hosted Eric Beetner and today I’m hosting JB Kohl--the other half of the very talented duo that writes the Dean Fokoli and Ray Ward detective series set in the noir world of 1940s Kansas City and Los Angeles. The most recent book in the series, Borrowed Trouble, was released to terrific reviews this month.
JB Kohl and Eric Beetner also wrote One Too Many Blows to the Head and she’s published another on her own, The Deputy’s Wife. She lives in Virginia with her husband and three children.
Figuring anyone who can create Fokoli can handle the tough questions, I threw this week’s question at her. Here is Fokoli’s intriguing and hardboiled reply.
Imagine you're at your high school reunion. Set the scene. How would you describe what you do? How would you answer the questions about the gruesome aspects of death or the too interested positing about how to kill a spouse?
You come to me on this, the last day of February, and ask me how Dean would handle his high school reunion. What would he do? How would he handle the curious folks who wanna know about offing a spouse?