Join us on Tuesday, November 15 at 12 Noon for a multi-Independent Bookstore event to discuss Anthony Horowitz's new book, The Twist of a Knife, with Shari Lapena.
This event is hosted by Politics & Prose and in partnership with the following Bookstores: An Unlikely Story, Bank Square Books, Belmont Books, Books & Books, Brookline Booksmith, Book Cellar, BookHampton, Book Stall, Boulder Bookstore, Browseabout Books, Copperfields, Doylestown Bookshop, Gibson's Bookstore, Harvard Bookstore, King's English Bookshop, Literati Bookstore, Main Point Books, Malaprop's, Mystery To Me, Northshire, Novel., Oblong Books, Parnassus, Porter Square Books, R.J. Julia, Raven Bookstore, Schuler Books, Third Place Books, Warwick's, Wellesley Books, Wesleyan R.J. Julia
1. EVENT & BOOK for $29.99 (plus applicable tax and shipping).
♦ a hardcover copy of The Twist of a Knife
♦ a bookplate signed by Anthony Horowitz
♦ the link to access the live event on Zoom
Ticket sales end at 10 AM ET on November 15. Please make sure you submit the correct email address with your ticket purchase or registration and that your email filters will allow messages from addresses @malaprops.com. The link required to attend will be emailed to you prior to the event.
NOTE: Books bundled with event tickets may be shipped ONLY to United States addresses. Books will be shipped on or after publication date, November 15 2022. Postal delivery times vary.
The Twist of a Knife
Thrown into prison and fearing for both his personal future and his writing career, Anthony is the prime suspect and when a second theatre critic is found to have died in mysterious circumstances, the net closes in. Ever more desperate, he realizes that only one man can help him. But will Hawthorne take the call? With a cast of characters that all have a motive, The Twist of a Knife has distinct echoes of Agatha Christie, which will delight Anthony Horowitz fans and new readers alike.
One of the world’s most prolific and successful writers, Anthony Horowitz may have committed more (fictional) murders than any other living author, working across so many media, from books, to TV, film, plays and journalism. Several of his previous novels were instant New York Times bestsellers. His bestselling Alex Rider series for Young Adults has sold more than 19 million copies worldwide. As a TV screenwriter he created both Midsomer Murders and the BAFTA-winning Foyle’s War on PBS; other TV work includes Poirot and the widely acclaimed mini-series Collision and Injustice. His award-winning novel Magpie Murders has been adapted into a six-part miniseries that’s now on BritBox, written by Horowitz himself and staring Lesley Manville. It will be on PBS Masterpiece this fall 2022. He lives in London.
Horowitz will be in conversation with Shari Lapena, the author of six internationally bestselling thrillers, including The Couple Next Door and Not A Happy Family. All of her books have been NY Times and UK Sunday Times bestsellers; three have been Richard and Judy Book Club picks. Her books have been sold into 38 territories. She lives in Canada.