People talks STRANGE BUT TRUE
By People Magazine
John Searles wrote the book Strange But True in 2004 — and now it's been made into a film starring Greg Kinnear and Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood breakout Margaret Qualley…
By Corrie Pikul
Part thriller, part mystery, part coming-of-age fable, this story of a high-school quarterback's tragic death -- and a most unlikely pregnancy -- will hold you transfixed.
By Carol Memmott
Nancy Bolchalk surprised fellow members of the Roosevelt Book Club in Hubbard, Ohio, when she arranged for author John Searles to talk with them by phone at one of their meetings.
The best writers of noir fiction slip the dark and unseemly details of life into their novels in the most unlikely places...
Algonquin Books Blog
An interview with John Searles.
"How did you, the son of a truck driver, end up becoming an Editor-at-Large for Cosmo? How long have you been working there...?"
The New York Times
By Janet Maslin
"Strange but True" belongs to the That Terrible Night storytelling genre...
By David S. Hirschman
Writing novels by night, editing Cosmo's book excerpts by day, and navigating between the two.