THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

No mystery about these authors' goals

By Jessica Brilliant Keener
Globe Correspondent / June 8, 2005

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Christopher Keane, a Boston-based thriller writer who has 14 novels and writing guides to his name, has a complaint about his craft. ''It's a genre that for too long has been shunted aside or shrouded in mystery's clothes," he says. ''Not that the two genres, mystery and suspense, don't overlap, but ultimately, they're different animals." (Full article: 759 words)

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