No, Mary and I are not writers who kill. Nor am I going to say anything about writers who actually have killed, although I understand that there have been some. Okay. Yeah, I'm thinking of Benvenuto Cellini who brags in his autobiography about how many people he killed. Not to mention being escorted to Heaven to meet God personally. No, I'm referring to the interview at the blog "Writers Who Kill." We (on behalf of Eric Reed!) answer questions about The Guardian Stones, such as why we chose to set a book in WWII Shropshire of all places in the first place. And we also talk a little about how we got started with our writing.