Sunday, November 25, 2018

What is Erica Wright reading?

Featured at Writers Read: Erica Wright, author of The Blue Kingfisher (Kat Stone).

Her entry begins:
I started Sara Gran’s Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway on a Megabus from Atlanta to Knoxville. Twizzlers, Coke Zero, and multiple uninterrupted hours of reading time. Minus the questionable bathroom, it was pretty close to a perfect afternoon. Which is to say, I’ve been looking forward to the new Gran novel for five years, and The Infinite Blacktop was worth the wait. The novel follows the world’s best private investigator: the broken, irrepressible, unapologetically unlikable Claire DeWitt. There are three interlaced mysteries, and one gives readers a clearer view of DeWitt’s background, specifically her only...[read on]
About The Blue Kingfisher, from the publisher:
From one of the most acclaimed new mystery writers working today comes a riveting novel of suspense that will have you guessing until the last page is turned. When Kat Stone, master-of-disguise private investigator, spots a dead body atop the Jeffrey’s Point Lighthouse one morning, she recognizes the man as her apartment building’s maintenance man, Tambo Campion, a French expat. Police assume that he tried to kill himself by jumping off the GWB, but Kat’s not so sure – why would he miss the water?
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