The Nightforce Security series, on #LisaBurtonRadio

Check this out, folks! You’ll love it. “Today, on Lisa Burton Radio, Danny Caruso (head of Nightforce Security Series and leading man in Password) pays her a visit. And bonus—Noah Crawford, the hero of Gamble, calls in for a bit.” A very fun interview with some of Staci Troilo’s . . . erm . . . friends, shall we say. I’m going to have to find time to tune in for more of Lisa’s interviews. I can see I’ve been missing out on a really good thing.

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Don’t touch that dial. You’ve landed on Lisa Burton Radio, coming at you with 1.21 jigawatts of power all across the cosmos and beyond the veil. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, bringing you characters from the books you love.

Today we’re going to have a little chat with Danny Caruso, owner of Nightforce Security, a new-ish company in headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania whose employees have rather impressive skillsets.

“Welcome to the show, Danny.”

“Thank you, ma’am.”

“Ma’am! Such formality. Call me Lisa.”

“Sorry. Old habits die hard. Thanks, Lisa. Uh, glad to be here.”

“Don’t sound so enthused. This is supposed to be fun.”

“I know. I’m just not much of a showboat. I do my best work out of the limelight.”

“Then why’d you agree to come on the show today?”

“Because my employees insist I need to do more publicity. We haven’t been taking on the…

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9 thoughts on “The Nightforce Security series, on #LisaBurtonRadio

  1. Lisa’s interviews are always fun (you should have her interview some of the Painter boys, or Rabbit, Marcia) and Password and Gamble are fabulous reads with great characters. I’ve read them both and am looking forward to more in the series!

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    • Oh, my. Can you imagine Forrest bumbling through an interview? Or Rabbit, goggling over the equipment, and stopping now and then to try to figure out what’s going on inside Lisa? Hahahaha. Oh, and I have Staci’s books, including these two, but like always, finding reading time is so difficult. I’ll get there at some point, hopefully sooner rather than later. 😀

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