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August 6 • 3:00 pm$42
Bestselling author Sandra Brown returns with a fast-paced, emotional thriller where the lives of a young mother and a high-rolling consultant collide under devastating circumstances—culminating in a desperate manhunt that will change their futures forever.
In-Person Event: $42 for non-members, $37 for MTH&M Members (please login to access your discount). REGISTER HERE.
Admission includes a signed copy of Out of Nowhere that ticket holders will pick up at the event.
Copies of Out of Nowhere are available for purchase through the Mark Twain Store; proceeds benefit The Mark Twain House & Museum. Books will be shipped after the event. We regret that we are NOT able to ship books outside the United States as it is cost-prohibitive to do so.
About the Author:
Sandra Brown is the author of more than sixty New York Times bestsellers. Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million. Her work has been translated into thirty-three languages. Brown recently was given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University. She was named Thriller Master for 2008, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer’s Association. Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature and the Romance Writers of America’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
About the Moderator:
Knopf has published 18 mystery/thriller novels. The eighteenth, Blood Bank, will be released this fall. Two Time was one of thirteen mysteries listed in Marilyn Stasio’s “Recommended Summer Reading” column in The New York Times Book Review. Head Wounds was cited as a best mystery of the year by Mysterious Reviews and Deadly Pleasures, receiving the Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Mystery. Dead Anyway received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus, and Library Journal, also a Boston Globe Best Crime Novel, and winning the Nero Award. Short story Kill Switch was short-listed for the Derringer Award.
Programs at The Mark Twain House & Museum are made possible in part by support from CT Humanities; the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts; Ensworth Charitable Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee; the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Campaign; The Hartford; The Mark Twain Foundation; The National Endowment for the Humanities; and Travelers.