Up All Night- A Thrillers Tour

Wednesday, July 18th

7 pm -- Please register online -- just click here

Moderated by Doug Moe

Meet a wonderful foursome of thriller writers! All Thillers. All The Time!  

Authors and Books Introduced:

Sandra Block (author page) - What Happened That Night

Sandra Block is an International Thriller Award finalist and the author of Little Black Lies, The Girl Without a Name, and The Secret Room. She graduated from Harvard, then returned to her native land of Buffalo, New York for medical training and never left. She is a practicing neurologist and proud Sabres fan, and lives at home with her husband, two children, and her cute but untrainable yellow lab, Delilah.

 

 

 

Jenny Milchman (author page) – Wicked River

Jenny Milchman is an award-winning, critically acclaimed novelist from the Hudson River Valley of New York State. Her debut novel, Cover of Snow(Ballantine/Random House), won the Mary Higgins Clark Award for best suspense novel of 2013, and her followup novels, Ruin Falls and As Night Falls(Ballantine/Random House), were both Indie Next picks. Jenny is vice president of author programming for International Thriller Writers, a member of the Sisters in Crime speakers bureau, and the founder and organizer of Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day, which is celebrated in all fifty states.
 
 

Randall Silvis (author page) – Walking the Bones

Randall Silvis is the internationally acclaimed author of more than a dozen novels, one story collection, and one book of narrative nonfiction. His essays, articles, poems, and short stories have appeared in various online and print magazines. His work has been translated into ten languages. He lives in Pennsylvania.

 

 

 

Carter Wilson (author page) – Mister Tender’s Girl

Carter Wilson is the USA Today-bestselling author of THE COMFORT OF BLACK, which won the Colorado Book Award, the Interncarterational Book Award, and the National Indie Excellence Award. His thrillers have received critical acclaim, including multiplestarred reviews from Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. He resides outside of Boulder, Colorado.