THE IMPERSONATOR doesn’t win the literary award . . .

. . . but we have a great time at the presentation dinner at the Library of Virginia!

On Saturday night, Oct. 18, the Library of Virginia literary award winners were announced by Virginia author Adriana Trigiani. There were 5 finalists in my category (The Impersonator is far right on this screen).

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The winner (drumroll) was David Baldacci for KING AND MAXWELL. Here we are, post award.  image1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But I had a very nice consolation prize–the following day, Sunday’s New York Times book review section reviewed SILENT MURDERS, which just came out last month. (If you click on the newspaper, I think you can make it large enough to read.)

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