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Richard Doetsch and
The Thieves of Darkness

Richard Doetsch and
The Thieves of Darkness

Well before gaining recognition for his clever, backward tale of The 13th Hour, Richard Doetsch had established a reputation for inspired writing with The Thieves of Heaven and The Thieves of Faith — both featuring reformed thief Michael St. Pierre. And, in the author’s latest thriller, The Thieves of Darkness, this unique anti-hero returns — not necessarily to save the world — but to save those he loves. As with any genre, there are thrillers and then there are quality…

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Guest Richard Doetsch on
The One Thing a Writer Needs to Do Every Day

Guest Richard Doetsch on
The One Thing a Writer Needs to Do Every Day

[Internationally bestselling author Richard Doetsch (The Thieves of Darkness, The 13th Hour, The Thieves of Heaven, The Thieves of Faith) writes thrillers filled with action packed storylines, foreign locations, and characters a reader needs to care about about and root for. How does he, as a writer, keep up with this fast-paced need for new ideas? In today’s guest post, Richard explains what he does on a daily basis as well as what he believes every writer needs to do…

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The Revealing of Richard Doetsch

The Revealing of Richard Doetsch

Richard Doetsch, bestselling author of The Thieves of Heaven, The Thieves of Faith, and, of course, The 13th Hour, offers readers/fans a new thriller, The Thieves of Darkness. In a brief sentence — to avoid any *spoilers* — the author describes the novel as: Filled with history, mystery, and the breakneck pace of The 13th Hour, I think it is my best novel yet. And Booklist more than agrees: “*Starred Review* The plot offers an agreeable blend of heist drama…

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Richard Doetsch: What Makes This Author Tick?

Richard Doetsch: What Makes This Author Tick?

After a month in bookstores and — two months since the late November post, Richard Doetsch’s The 13th Hour, appeared here — the thriller is doing well. And the author of The Thieves of Heaven, The Thieves of Faith asked for the opportunity to revisit The Divining Wand to say: “Thanks to those initial readers of The 13th Hour, to pick up a book and take a chance is not an easy thing. The promise of a cover or inner…

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Richard Doetsch’s The 13th Hour

Richard Doetsch’s The 13th Hour

Hear the clock ticking? Unlike Jack Bauer and company, who always have 24 hours to find the evil mastermind and save the world, Richard Doetsch (The Thieves of Heaven, The Thieves of Faith) only gives his main character 12 hours to prevent a horrific crime from destroying his personal life in The 13th Hour to be released on December 29, 2009. Billed as “A THRILLER,” this novel takes the reader on a unique race against time by posing the question,…

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