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Our interview explores BLIND SPOT...
WHAT YOU DON'T SEE. . .
The crime scene at an Oregon rest stop is brutal beyond belief â€“ a young manâ€™s lifeless body cut to ribbons, and his pregnant girlfriend left alive but comatose. . .
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW. . .
Psychologist Claire Norris is assigned to treat the survivor at a private mental hospital.Â But there are no clues to the identity of the catatonic â€œJane Doe.â€�Â A difficult job only becomes more complicated with the arrival of ex-homicide detective Langdon Stone, who questions Claireâ€™s every move.
CAN KILL YOU
Reluctantly working together, Claire and Lang begin to unravel the chilling truth about a twisted case â€“ one with ties to a killer who is right in their midst, eager to see a mission of evil through to its terrifying end. . .
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Nancy Bush interviewed by Eye On Romance
What is the basic premise of BLIND SPOT?
BLIND SPOT is based in a psychiatric hospital. Why use this unusual setting?
A psychiatric hospital opens up many possibilities for different storylines. Why did you decide to introduce a side plot that involved moving a murderer from the harder side, SIDE B, to the softer side, SIDE A, of the hospital?
Did you deliberately try to redeem Heyward in the eyes of the hospital
Baby stealing is a very emotive issue. How do you think readers will
In BLIND SPOT the baby stealing happens because of one person's overwhelming desire to have a child. It's an obsession, a mental break with reality and doesn't occur because someone profits. The issue ties into the
The Colony has appeared in several stories. Do we discover more about
The mysterious 'cult' known as The Colony which debuted in WICKED GAME, the book I wrote with my sister, Lisa Jackson, definitely gets more play in
Can you tell us more about The Colony?
Starting with WICKED GAME, continuing through my stand alone of last year,
Dr. Claire Norris seems to be the type of person who sees the good in allpeople. Did this quality, or her fears, make it difficult for her to see
Claire is someone who tries to be fair-minded even in the most difficult of
Lang is a man lost. He thinks his life is destroyed and he has a lot
When I was conceiving the characters for BLIND SPOT, I knew I wanted an
Anyone of these characters -- Rita, Tasha, Cade, the doctors, members of
That's really part of the theme of BLIND SPOT. Mental illness, overwhelming
Is it Tasha's unpredictability that ensures the level of tension remains
I would say so. Tasha is a mystery throughout the story, even to herself.
Do you think, at times, you were showing that the patients, in some
Oh, definitely! The inhabitants of Side A and Side B just have a little
Will any of the characters from this story have their own book?
I'd have to say that's TBD, To Be Decided. I want to see some of the
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