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Title
Judith A. Jance interview, 2003 August
Creator
Jance, Judith A
Contributor
Martinson, Connie
Date Created and/or Issued
2003-08
Publication Information
The Drucker Institute
Contributing Institution
Claremont Colleges Library
Collection
Connie Martinson Talks Books
Rights Information
All rights are retained by The Drucker Institute. For permission to use this item, contact The Drucker Institute, https://www.drucker.institute/about/drucker-archives/
Description
J.A. Jance discusses her novel, “Exit Wounds.” She begins by explaining that this book continues the series that follows characters Sherriff Joanna Brady and her husband Butch. She talks about how Joanna investigates the death of a woman who hoards animals. Jance discusses how her sister works in animal control, which gave her the idea to write a book about humans and animals. She talks about how many illegal immigrants die in the desert from Mexico to Arizona. She describes her writing process and that she can write about one book a year. She ends the interview by talking about how she based a character in the book off her mother.
Type
moving image
Format
video/f4v
00:14:09
Identifier
cmt00827_0001
http://ccdl.claremont.edu/cdm/ref/collection/cmt/id/1006
Language
English
Subject
Brady, Joanna (Fictitious character) - Fiction
Fourth of July celebrations - Fiction
Policewomen - Fiction
Sheriffs - Fiction
Cochise County (Ariz.) - Fiction
Arizona - Fiction
Source
Betacam tape: Excerpt of show with Martinson interviewing Judith A. Jance before the break and Paula L. Woods after. Date on case front cover: 7-14-03.
Relation
Connie Martinson Talks Books - https://ccdl.claremont.edu/digital/collection/cmt

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