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April 28, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We've all heard of shuttle diplomacy, but how about shuttle collaboration? That's what June Triglia Casey calls her writing partnership with her cousin Joan Triglia. Casey lives in Santa Ana; Triglia lives in Pittsburgh, and in 1985 they teamed up to write a novel. Thousands of miles of commuting back and forth and hundreds of hours on the telephone later, they've produced "Bound By Blood" (Onyx; $4.95), an Italian family saga spanning more than two decades and two continents.
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April 28, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We've all heard of shuttle diplomacy, but how about shuttle collaboration? That's what June Triglia Casey calls her writing partnership with her cousin Joan Triglia. Casey lives in Santa Ana; Triglia lives in Pittsburgh, and in 1985 they teamed up to write a novel. Thousands of miles of commuting back and forth and hundreds of hours on the telephone later, they've produced "Bound By Blood" (Onyx; $4.95), an Italian family saga spanning more than two decades and two continents.
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May 23, 1991 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A self-described "newspaper addict" who needs her "daily fix," Costa Mesa author Jean Femling says a story about a Los Angeles scam involving false automobile accident injuries inspired her latest Orange County mystery. "It was a ring that was broken by the insurance people, an undercover investigation," said Femling. "It's the kind of thing Moz would be doing." In "Getting Mine" (St. Martin's Press; $18.
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