Interview with Landis Wade - DEADLY DECLARATIONS

Interview with Landis Wade - DEADLY DECLARATIONS

In this interview, Landis and I discuss Deadly Declarations, the Mecklenberg Declaration of Independence, setting the series in a retirement community, his Charlotte Readers Podcast, using letters written between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, crafting an Author's Note, and much more.


In this interview, Landis and I discuss Deadly Declarations, the Mecklenberg Declaration of Independence, setting the series in a retirement community, his Charlotte Readers Podcast, using letters written between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, crafting an Author's Note, and much more.

Landis’s recommended reads are:

  1. The Cicada Tree by Robert Gwaltney
  2. Shadow Reel by C.J. Box
  3. ArtCurious by Jennifer Dasal
  4. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
  5. Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley
  6. The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman
  7. A Beginner's Guide to Murder by Rosalind Stopps

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Landis Wade

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Landis Wade is a recovering trial lawyer (35 years in law practice handling civil cases) and host of the popular Charlotte Readers Podcast (where he has conducted more than 300 author interviews), whose third book—The Christmas Redemption—won the Holiday category of the 12th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards. He lives in Charlotte, Durham, and Watauga County, North Carolina, where he writes and podcasts, visits his grandchild, and fly-fishes. His love of history led to his recent novel, Deadly Declarations.