Independent blogger, PI and crime writer Pamela Stewart has been kind enough to interview Patrick H. Moore for Arrest Records.com. http://blog.arrestrecords.com/. In the interview, Patrick and Pamela focus on true crime, Sentencing Mitigation work and crime fiction.

Take a moment and check out the interview! Pamela is our newest contributor and we are grateful for all her help.

It’s been 42 years since Patrick’s last arrest so hopefully he won’t be showing up on Arrest Records.Com as a statistic! :-)

 

4 Responses to Patrick H. Moore Has been Interviewed on Arrest Records.Com. Check It Out!

  1. Mark Saha says:

    Congratulations Patrick,

    Fascinating and impressive. Thanks for the heads up on this. I am very much an admirer of your work.

    • PatrickHMoore says:

      Wow! Thank you, Mark. I don’t hear this everyday. :-) What I’m really pleased about is the fact that Pamela Stewart, who interviewed me, is now contributing to ATCB. Did you see her “Calling Rob Ford” post today? PLS take a look if you haven’t.

  2. Lori says:

    Great interview Patrick! You are a truly talented writer and I look forward to getting your books as they become available, keep us all updated. I love this site so much and am in awe of all the extraordinarily fine authors you have posting here! The other day while scrolling through my Kindle looking for something new I found I have 2 books by Darcia! I almost dropped the thing, who knew? I am now going to check and see what some of your other regular contributors may have out there.

    Some people are star-struck by big screen celebrities but it’s always been authors for me. Don’t worry, I’m not a stalker, I’ve never even been to a book signing! I did take an extra long look at Anne Rice’s house during a Garden District tour in New Orleans years back but I think she lived in LA at the time.

    The wonderful way you have with words and your clear compassion for people is a beautiful thing, thank you for all you do.

    • PatrickHMoore says:

      Lori, I truly appreciate your kind words and have no fear, it never crossed my mind that you might be a stalker. In fact, I know you are not. My PI radar would have picked it up. :-)

      By the way, when I was a grad student at SF State we had a creative writing teacher named Stan Rice who just happened to be married to Anne Rice. Stan was a hardworking and earnest creative writing teacher; Anne Rice received an $800,000 advance for “Interwiew with a Vampire.” I was always struck by the contrast between the two!

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