Charlotte Readers Podcast

Phillip Lewis

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Phillip Lewis

“The Barrowfields” – Literary Fiction In today’s episode, we meet author Phillip Lewis, who reads and discusses his novel, The Barrowfields. Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Listen to this EpisodeLearn More About This EpisodeLearn More About This Episode In today’s episode, we meet author Phillip Lewis, who…
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Charles Oldham

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Charles Oldham

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“The Senator’s Son” – True Crime at the Outer Banks In today’s episode, we meet Charles Oldham, author of “The Senator’s Son,” a turn-of-the-century true crime mystery set on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Listen to this EpisodeLearn More About…
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Tim Reinhardt

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Tim Reinhardt

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“Jesus’s Brother James” – Dramatic Comedy In today’s episode, we meet Tim Reinhardt, author of “Jesus’s Brother James.” No, this is not a book about Jesus’s real brother James, but there is a character in the book who is a down-and-out priest who befriends a man who could look the…
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Frank Morelli

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Frank Morelli

“No Sad Songs” – Young Adult Author In today’s episode, we meet author Frank Morelli, a middle school teacher whose writing talent led him to write his well-received debut novel, “No Sad Songs,” about a teenager forced by the death of his parents to look after a grandfather suffering severe…
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Jon Buchan

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Jon Buchan

“Code of the Forest” – Political Thriller In today’s episode, we meet Jon Buchan, author of “Code of the Forest,” where we find ourselves at the intersection of good old boy politics and an attack on the free press. Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Listen to…
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Scott Huler

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Scott Huler

– LIVE – “A Delicious Country” In today’s LIVE episode at the Charlotte Museum of History, we meet Scott Huler, author of “A Delicious Country: Rediscovering the Carolinas along the Route of John Lawson’s 1700 Expedition.” And who is John Lawson, you might ask? Well, he was a young English…
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Amber Smith

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Amber Smith

“Something Like Gravity” In today’s episode, we meet local New York Times best-selling author Amber Smith who writes stories about teenagers whose experiences reflect her own personal struggles while growing up. Amber’s two previous novels earned her wide acclaim. Her first book, “The Way I Used to Be” was a…
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Philip Gerard

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Philip Gerard

“Cape Fear Rising” – Historical Fiction In today’s episode, we meet Philip Gerard, author of “Cape Fear Rising,” the historical fiction book which was re-released this year on the 25thanniversary of its publication, because the truth in it remains a story that needs to be told, especially in a time…
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