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Robert Bidinotto
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Author of the bestselling thrillers "HUNTER" and "BAD DEEDS," and award-winning journalist and editor.
Author of the bestselling thrillers "HUNTER" and "BAD DEEDS," and award-winning journalist and editor.

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EXCITING NEWS. I have just partnered with Braveship Entertainment -- an L.A.based multimedia development company - to pursue film and videogame projects for "HUNTER," the first thriller in my Dylan Hunter series. Details at the link.

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A THRILLER WRITER could not get a higher endorsement than the one that I just received for my debut thriller "HUNTER." New York Times bestselling author Gayle Lynds has been called "the queen of espionage thrillers," and for good reason. Her books are ranked among the top 100 spy thrillers ever published. She was a co-author with the late, great Robert Ludlum, and co-founder of International Thriller Writers (ITW), the foremost group for authors working in this genre. That's why her words about my novel bowled me over. Read them for yourself at the link.

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MY LATEST THRILLER-AUTHOR INTERVIEW is with the incomparable spy novelist Gayle Lynds. This brilliant writer has crafted dazzling espionage thrillers with serpentine plots, authentic "tradecraft," and colorful heroes, heroines, and villains. "The Last Spymaster" is one of my favorites; read it and see why "the Queen of Espionage Fiction" was hand-picked by the late Robert Ludlum to co-author his "Covert-One" series. You'll be charmed by the interview, and you'll immediately want to rush out and buy her great novels.


http://www.bidinotto.com/2016/08/interview-with-gayle-lynds-queen-of-espionage-fiction/

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This video was taken with a Canon PowerShot ELPH 160 between 7:30 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Sunday, May 29, 2016. My vantage point was the sliding glass door of our breakfast nook, about 40 feet from the tool shed. The mother -- nicknamed "Red Mama" -- is caring for six kits, which are about 6-7 weeks old, as close as I can tell. I took the first round of still photos in mid-April, including shots of Mama suckling all six of the kits. They've grown rapidly, and in this video, they can be seen playing, being groomed by Mama, running in and out of their den and into the nearby marsh -- and finally going back into hiding when Mama spotted a neighbor's dog. Forgive the camera movement -- I didn't have a base or tripod. But I hope you find this family as charming as we do.

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I'M HAPPY to report that the audiobook edition of my bestselling thriller "HUNTER" has also become the #1 bestseller on Audible.com in the "Espionage Thriller" category. It has also soared onto multiple bestseller lists on Amazon and elsewhere on Audible. If you are interested in audiobooks, please check out the news at the linked post.

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My bestselling debut thriller, HUNTER, has been selected by the Audible editors as a featured audiobook title in its monthly "2-for-1" sales promotion. I've very excited and flattered about this. And if you aren't yet an Audible member, at the link below you'll learn how to get a 30-day trial membership PLUS my audiobook for FREE. Check it out!

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For those who are asking (or wondering) about my next thriller....

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If you're a nature lover and enjoy small critters, I think you'll get a kick out of this 12-minute video I took of baby foxes cavorting with their mother in our backyard.

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MY LATEST INTERVIEW spotlights the insanely prolific NYT bestselling thriller author Russell Blake. This guy's published around 50 books in five years, folks -- and is selling in the millions. Don't know who he is? Check out the interview!

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Okay, so I write vigilante crime thrillers. But that does not mean I indulge in gratuitous language and graphic violence in my storytelling. Yes, you can write about degenerates without being dispiriting and disgusting. My brief thoughts, provoked by a fine piece in the New York Post.
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