Women of Mystery and Thriller

Women of Mystery and Thriller

Jun 02, 2018, 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM

Location: 1E10
Language:
English

There’s a long history of women in mystery from Agatha Christie onward, but the thriller world has tended to be more male-dominated.  Come hear these fierce women writers talk about how that is changing and how their work crosses genre and convention.  The authors on this panel have a broad range of experiences writing male and female detectives and P.I.’s, creating characters for novels as well as television, and keeping a series character going over a number of books.  In this panel, they’ll discuss their inspirations, research, and writing habits, all of which contribute to the sometimes dark, twisty, and even sexy paths they lead their readers down.

Contributors

  • Megan Abbott

    Speaker

    MEGAN ABBOTT is the award-winning author of nine novels, including You Will Know Me, The Fever, Dare Me, and The End of Everything. She received her...

  • Sara Blaedel

    Speaker

    Sara Blaedel is the author of the #1 international bestselling series featuring Detective Louise Rick. Her books are published in thirty-seven...

  • Sandra Brown

    Speaker

    Sandra Brown is the author of over sixty-eight New York Times bestsellers, including, most recently, Mean Streak; Low Pressure; Lethal; Rainwater;...

  • Karen Ellis

    Speaker

    Novelist Karen Ellis lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her family. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers.

  • Kate Kessler

    Speaker

    As a child Kate Kessler seemed to have a knack for finding trouble, and for it finding her. Kate now prefers to write about trouble rather than cause...

  • Mackenzie Dawson

    Moderator

    Mackenzie Dawson is the Books Editor of the New York Post

Categories

  1. Category
    Fiction
    Mystery
  2. Type of Event
    Panels
  3. Cost 0

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