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12-17-12: Sherban Young is Bringing Capers Back
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"I call my books mystery capers. You don't hear the term 'caper' that much, but I'm trying to resurrect it" -Sherban Young
Sherban Young is a mystery author and resident of Ellicott City, which is known more for its' haunted tales, than mysteries. Still, Young finds plenty of inspiration to write books that feature clues, intricate plots and loads of one-liners.
His knack for this style of writing, which Maryland Morning host Sheilah Kast compared to "1930s wisecrack [books]" attracted the attention of Kirkus Reviews, which named Young's "Fleeting Memory" one of their best of 2011 in the quick-witted indie category.
Joining Sheilah in the studio, Young tells us more about crafting his books and drops a few hints about his recently released caper "Fleeting Glance."