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Cozy Spies, Tech Thrillers and More with Anne Louise Bannon

Cozy Spies, Tech Thrillers and More with Anne Louise Bannon

Anne Louise Bannon is a freelance journalist, wine blogger, and author of four books in the Old Los Angeles series, including Death of an Heiress. She and her husband live in Southern California with an assortment of critters. She writes a variety of genres, including cozy spy mysteries, traditional historical fiction, and tech thrillers.

Bannon’s new thriller Running Away to Boston follows Janny Miller, a tech-oriented person hired by her ex-boyfriend to find Tanya Coleman, a person of interest in a murder. Janny's mother shows up and tells her to stop looking for Tanya, as she needs to stay hidden from Janny's abusive father. The story follows Janny and her mother as they try to bring down a corporation that is up to no good and planning to bring down the American economy with a virus.

Also discussed:

  • the use of biometrics, AI, and more in her fiction

  • her background in theater and journalism

  • her upcoming book, Death of the Drunkards, which will be released around Christmas.



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