This week's new releases are major! Our wares include MysteryPeople's top pick of the month, titles by author's we'll be hosting virtually throughout the month, and yet another much talked-about memoir about you know who. Plus, check out all the shiny new releases with a brand new paperback look—all of them favorites when they first came out in … Continue reading Oodles of New Books and Events!
The Austin Liti Limits crew sat down with acclaimed thriller writer, Meg Gardiner, for the latest installment in their author interview series. The pair discuss Gardiner's early success with China Lake, the origin of her storytelling bug, and examine The Dark Corners of the Night — the third movement in Gardiner's wildly popular UNSUB series. Catch … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Meg Gardiner
Enjoy a good mystery? Consider joining Murder in the Afternoon, our book club dedicated to crime and thriller fiction. The next meeting is Feb. 19 at 1 p.m. on BookPeople's third floor. Below, Scott shares a bit more about the group. Crimes don't always have to be committed at night. Our Murder in the Afternoon book club meets … Continue reading Book Club Spotlight: Murder in the Afternoon
Last year, bestselling author Sherman Alexie issued a call to arms to authors nationwide: show your support of your local independent bookstore by volunteering to work! And thus was born Indies First, happening for the second consecutive year on Small Business Saturday, November 29. This Saturday, Austin authors Edward Carey, Mark Pryor & Meg Gardiner are … Continue reading Indies First Q&A with Meg Gardiner
On Friday we had a wonderful evening with bestselling thriller writer Meg Gardiner. A great crowd showed up to hear Meg talk about her latest book, The Nightmare Thief (including another bestselling thriller writer, Austin's own Jeff Abbott.) For those of you who couldn't make it, we caught some of Meg's talk on video: In … Continue reading Our Evening with Meg Gardiner
I first met Meg Gardiner at Bouchercon, the big world mystery conference, two years ago. She was sharing a panel with my buddy, Craig Johnson. After the discussion, I made a note to get her to come to the store. It wasn't just because she's a great writer, which she is (just ask Stephen King, … Continue reading MysteryPeople Presents (your new favorite thriller writer) Meg Gardiner