New Releases for Tuesday, May 27
The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair: A Novel by Joel Dicker is released today and is an IndieNext pick for June. The #1 international bestseller in France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and the Netherlands is making it’s U.S. debut. Dicker is active on Twitter and his official website is dual language and features an extensive bio and great author photos, including the one above. (Photo credit: Jeremy Spierer)
I Am Pilgrim: A Thriller by Terry Hayes received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was named as one of their most highly anticipated books of Spring 2014. It’s also an IndieNext pick for June. The official website has an interactive “Where is Pilgrim?” map and Q & A with Terry Hayes.
Fourth of July Creek: A Novel by Smith Henderson is also an IndieNext pick for June and was an Indies Introduces title. Henderson is active on Twitter and has an interesting bio:
Born and raised in Montana, Henderson has worked as a prison guard and social worker. After earning his MFA from the University of Texas Michener Center for Writers, he joined the prestigious advertising firm Widen + Kennedy in Portland, Oregon (accounts include Nike, Coca-Cola, Chrysler) where he wrote the Emmy-nominated Super Bowl commercial “Halftime in America” featuring Clint Eastwood.