2017 Authors

 

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We are happy to announce that the now recovered Honorable Martin Clark will join us once again as the emcee for our April 28, 2017 Book & Author Dinner. Martin Clark is the author of several books including THE MANY ASPECTS OF MOBILE HOME LIVING, THE LEGAL LIMIT, and THE JEZEBEL REMEDY which was released to rave reviews. The New York Times magazine called MANY ASPECTS “arguably the funniest legal thriller ever written,” and declared Martin to be “not only the thinking man’s John Grisham, but, maybe better, the drinking man’s John Grisham.”  

Please visit Martin on his website and on his Facebook page 

See his full bio here.

 

 

Over the last three decades, Sandra Brown has dominated the thriller market, publishing 65 NYT bestselling titles with over 80 million copies of her books in print worldwide. Her seductive, heart-pounding plot lines mixed with her developed relatable characters have made Sandra one of the best writers in the genre. Her work has been translated into thirty-four languages. In a field dominated by men, Sandra is one of the few highly decorated and best selling female writers. Her August 2016 release, STING, is no different, keeping readers on the edge of their seats till the final pages. In 2008, Brown was named Thriller Master by the International Thriller Writer’s Association, the organization’s top honor. Brown was also the 2012 president of the Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Texas. 

Visit Sandra at: www.SandraBrown.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter

See her full bio here.

 

 

William Geroux wrote for the Richmond Times-Dispatch for twenty-five years. In his first book, THE MATHEWS MEN, he turns his attention to an untold story of an epic World War II sea battle—just off the coast of America. Mathews County, Virginia, sent one of the largest concentrations of sea captains and merchant mariners of any American community to fight in World War II. The Mathews Men tells that heroic story through the experiences of the Hodges family and their seven sons who found themselves facing off U-boats in coastal waters of the United States in 1942. The Mathews Men is a riveting, unforgettable history of a little known group of American heroes told by a gifted reporter and writer. William’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Associated Press, and various regional magazines. He lives in Virginia.      

Visit William at: www.WilliamGeroux.com and on Facebook.

See his full bio here.

 

 

Sally Cabot Gunning came to writing at a young age, driven to it in desperation one rainy day when she ran out of books. Today Gunning focuses on digging out the back- story to the history that we thought we knew but didn’t, and giving it a human face. She is the author of three historical novels set in New England during the tempestuous years that led up to the American Revolution: WIDOW’S WAR, BOUND, and THE REBELLION OF JANE CLARK. Her latest novel, MONTICELLO, is another masterful work of literary historical fiction. Sally lives with her husband in Brewster on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where her roots go back over three centuries.

Visit Sally at sallycabotgunning.com and on Facebook.

See her full bio here.