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451. More Earl Had to Die: Victoria Helen Stone’s The Last One Home


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Victoria Helen Stone has a new book out! The Last One Home is a dual-timeline domestic thriller in the genre of “Earl Had to Die.” In this conversation, we discuss her moving from writing romance as Victoria Dahl to writing domestic suspense and thrillers, growing up in poverty, and the power of nostalgia. Then Victoria figures out a key reason why “Earl Had to Die” books about revenge are so very satisfying.

There are some spoilers for Jane Doe and Problem Child herein, so be ye warned!

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You can find Victoria Helen Stone at her website, VictoriaHelenStone.com, and on Twitter @VictoriaDahl.

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