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Stephanie Kane discusses her new book, "Cold Case Story"

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Release Date: 02/23/2021

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Molly interviews Stephanie Kane about her new book, "Cold Case Story".

You can find Stephanie's author page on Amazon at this link:

ww.amazon.com/Stephanie-Kane

Check out Stephanie's social media:

WEBSITE: writerkane.com

COLD CASE STORY BLOG: writerkane.com/blog
FACEBOOK: /AuthorStephanieKane

Cold Case Story is based on a series of blog posts about a 1973
murder in which Stephanie Kane played an unwitting part. More
than a witness but less than an active participant, she was a bit
actor whose role in the crime shaped her life. For the next thirty
years, she hid, distorted or denied the carnage in that suburban
garage. In 2001, she tried to exorcise it by fictionalizing it in a
mystery novel called Quiet Time.
But a bludgeoning for which nobody paid the price demands
answers, and cold cases exert a unique hydraulic force. Instead
of laying the murder to rest, Quiet Time brought that cold case
roaring back to life. And the killer wasn’t the only one to be
brought to account.

A cold case is the tale of a murder told not just once, but twice. A story is shaped by characters, setting and
plot. It changes with each telling but always has a beginning, middle and end. Cold Case Story tries to make
sense of a brutal murder, a cold case and their consequences by viewing them through the lens of storytelling.

In the end, all are punish’d—even the guilty.

 

Stephanie Kane is a lawyer and award-winning author
of four crime novels. Born in Brooklyn, she came to
Colorado as a freshman at CU. She owned and ran a
karate studio in Boulder and is a second-degree black
belt. After graduating from law school, she was a
corporate partner at a top Denver law firm before
becoming a criminal defense attorney. She has lectured
on money laundering and white collar crime in Eastern
Europe, and given workshops throughout the country
on writing technique. She lives in Denver with her
husband and two black cats.