Suspense writer Karin Slaughter
will be our guest on July 11 for the next Bee Book Club. The 2013 winner
of the Edgar Award
for Best Short Story from the Mystery Writers of America
will appear the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria
at the Central Library
at 828 I St.
at 6 p.m..
Slaughter burst onto the scene in 2001 with her debut novel Blindsighted
. She’s gone on to sell 30 million books in 32 languages. Based in Atlanta, her books are set in Georgia, often in the fictional town of Heartsdale. Slaughter has been called “one of the best crime novelists in America” by The Washington Post
and “an absolute master” by the Chicago Tribune.
Her latest novel, Unseen
, is part of the Will Trent Series
. It has the Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent working undercover as a Harley-riding ex-con on the dangerous streets of Macon.
Barnes & Noble will be selling copies of Unseen
for 30 percent off list price after the event, and the author will be available to sign copies.