Enjoy reading mysteries?
Award winning mystery/suspense author Brendan DuBois, a former newspaper reporter and a lifelong resident of New Hampshire, will be at the Kensington Public Library on Tuesday, May 7th at 6:30 pm to talk about writing and publishing mysteries. He will also read an excerpt from a new book he is working on.
DuBois’ first novel, Dead Sand, a murder mystery set in Seacoast New Hampshire, was published in 1994. DuBois has written seven novels featuring Lewis Cole; the most recent is Deadly Cove. His most widely-published suspense-thriller, Resurrection Day, has received world-wide acclaim. First published in 1999, it takes place in October 1972, ten years after the Cuban Missile Crisis erupted into a full-scale atomic war, destroying the Soviet Union and decimating the United States. Called “one of the most inventive novels of alternative history since Robert Harris’ Fatherland”, Resurrection Day is a chilling tale of what might have been. Resurrection Day was called “brilliant” in a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly, which also said it was “what-if thriller fiction at its finest.”
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