Under the Covers with Natasha Tynes

Natasha Tynes

“They Called Me Wyatt”

In this Under the Covers episode, we visit with Natasha Tynes, author of “They Called Me Wyatt,” a literary murder mystery that draws on the author’s Jordanian-American heritage

Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

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In this Under the Covers episode, we visit with Natasha Tynes, author of “They Called Me Wyatt,” a literary murder mystery that draws on the author’s Jordanian-American heritage.

Rana F. Sweis, author of “Voices of Jordan,” calls the book “a brilliantly imaginative and riveting tale of cross cultures as well as personal triumph and struggle.”

Gwen Florio, author of “Silent Hearts,” observes that Natasha’s book “starts with an irresistible concept—a murder victim’s soul trapped in a toddler’s body, unable to communicate what happened beyond screams and tantrums—and only gets better from there…it explores the lives of young Jordanians simultaneously bound by the strictures of their home country, and experiencing the freedom—and the bias—of life in the United States. An absorbing read.”

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