Do you like your thriller/mysteries/crime fiction novels closer to home? How about rural, upstate New York?
Check out Julia’s WEBSITE for more info. I had the pleasure of meeting her once, at a librarian’s convention in Boston I attended with a friend from Alabama who was also one of the speakers. She has won a ton of awards, too many to list here. And I love her books.
The newest book in the series just came out a few weeks ago, so guess what I will be reading on the flight from Providence to Austin in a couple of weeks!!!
Because I am not one of those people who knows “who did it” halfway through the book, I am in awe of mystery writers and their intricate plotting and machinations meant to fool the reader. I never know who committed the murder unless the author tells me. I am easy to fool, easy to manipulate with red herring clues and plot twists.
Don’t you love a good plot twist? A great villain? A mystery that keeps you turning the pages when you should be sleeping or cooking or working or cleaning something?
Let it snow, baby. Let it snow.