Edna Buchanan

Author of Naked Came the Manatee

Includes the names: Edna Buchanan, Edna Buchanon, Edna Buchannan

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An interview with Edna Buchanan
Charlie Rose, Monday, February 19, 1996
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A conversation with author Edna Buchanan about the fourth installment in her Britt Montero series, (timspalding)

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Edna Buchanan, born in NJ, visited Miami in the 1960s and decided that's where she wanted to live. As a reporter, she covered Miami's police beat for 18 years. By her count, she reported more than 5,000 violent deaths, 3,000 of them murders, plus kidnappings, riots, fatal fires, major plane crashes and other disasters. She asks, what better background to write crime fiction?
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