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Big Library Read Interview with Julie McElwain, author of A Murder in Time

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Today's podcast is a special episode related to the second Big Library Read pick of 2016. A couple of times a year, OverDrive offers users an opportunity to take part in a global book club through their library. Readers vote on the title and the winner for this round is A Murder in Time by Julie McElwain a mystery that involves an FBI agent sent back in time 200 years where she has to solve a murder.

Big Library Read officially kicks off June 23rd and in anticipation of the event, Adam sat down with Julie McElwain to talk about her debut novel A Murder in Time. When not writing fiction she works as the West Coast Editor for Soaps in Depth, a national soap opera magazine.

For more information about Big Library Read visit www.BigLibraryRead.com

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