THE COPPER BRACELET is On Sale Now
THE COPPER BRACELET, the sequel to the Audiobook of the Year Winner THE CHOPIN MANUSCRIPT, is on sale now!
Former war crimes investigator Harold Middleton must once again crack a secretive global conspiracy in this new international thriller. I contributed a chapter along with 15 other top thriller writers, including Jeffery Deaver, Lisa Scottoline, and Lee Child.
Download the complete, unabridged audiobook today.
Free Bonus Content: THE COPPER BRACELET
I contributed a chapter to the serial thriller THE COPPER BRACELET, which will be available as an audiobook on October 29.Two new audio clips are now available: Authors Roundtable – a conversation among contributing writers Jeffery Deaver, Lee Child, David Hewson and Jim Fusilli – and interview with narrator Alfred Molina.
Boston Book Festival this Weekend
I’ll be at the Boston Book Festival this Saturday and presenting on a "Thrillers and Killers" panel. Here’s a nice piece from the Tufts Daily about the event. Also, found out how you can win a Sony Reader Pocket Edition with a tweet or becoming a Facebook fan.
Another Serial Thriller
You may remember that a couple of years ago, I was part of a groundbreaking storytelling experiment: THE CHOPIN MANUSCRIPT, a serial thriller written by 15 of the world’s bestselling authors of crime fiction and available only as an audiobook narrated by Alfred Molina. Well, on October 29, the sequel to this book – THE COPPER BRACELET, written by 16 top thriller writers, including me, and once again narrated by Alfred Molina – will be available on Audible and iTunes.
And the Earphones Award Goes to…VANISHED!
The VANISHED audiobook, read by Holter Graham, has won an AudioFile Earphones Award!
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Who Would Play Nick Heller in the Movie?
My thoughts on that and more in this new interview with the Provincetown Banner.
Meet Me in Boston
The Inaugural Boston Book Festival will be held October 24. I’ll be on the panel "Spies, operatives and terrorists: what makes them tick and why do they fascinate us?" at 4:00pm with Stephen Carter and Andre Dubus III. If you’ll be in town, stop by the Boston Public Library Popular Reading Room and say hello!