Here’s something for you: a look at the paperback edition of Into the Black Nowhere. It will be published June 25 in the US and Canada.
If you have any questions about how/when/where/how often to pick up copies, here’s advice from Stephen King:
“Meg Gardiner. INTO THE BLACK NOWHERE. Excellent. You know the drill, bookstore near you. Buy now, thank me later.”
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I have a number of events coming up in the next few months. Here’s a preview:
Left Coast Crime
March 28-31, 2019
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Texas Writes at the Sterling City Public Library
April 11, 2019 10:00AM to 1:00PM
Sterling City Public Library
301 Main St.
Sterling City, TX 76951
April 24, 2019
Grand Hyatt New York
New York City
Oklahoma Writers’ Federation: Turning the Page Conference 2019
May 3 & 4, 2019
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
Meg will be the 2019 conference Keynote Speaker
July 10-13, 2019
New York City
October 31 — November 3, 2019
Hope to see some of you along the way!
Every now and then, readers ask how many books I’ve written, and what the titles are. Here’s the list as of February 2019. Into the Black Nowhere is the most recent. Click on each cover to learn more about each title.
And if you want to know the order in which they’ve been published, here you go. From first to fourteenth:
Evan Delaney novels:
Jo Beckett novels:
The Dirty Secrets Club
The Memory Collector
The Liar’s Lullaby
The Nightmare Thief
Stand alone novels:
The Shadow Tracer
Into the Black Nowhere
Happy reading, y’all.
Posted in Books, China Lake, Into the Black Nowhere, Kill Chain, Phantom Instinct, Ransom River, The Dirty Secrets Club, The Liar's Lullaby, The Memory Collector, The Nightmare Thief, The Shadow Tracer, UNSUB
Tagged Books, Thrillers
I’m delighted that Into the Black Nowhere is getting so much book love. It’s my baby, and I’m proud of it. So I get a warm feeling when others add it to their Best-Of lists.
Novel Gossip: BEST SERIES OF 2018 #BESTOF2018
“If you’re looking for a book that feels like watching an awesome episode of Criminal Minds, Into the Black Nowhere is the perfect choice!”
Mystery People: TOP FIVE TEXAS CRIME NOVELS 2018
“Gardiner’s second book to feature Caitlin Hendrix has the newly minted FBI agent chasing down a charming, Ted Bundy-type killer who operates along I-35. Meg truly brings the creepy to this one.”
Aw, thanks. I try.
I’m absolutely delighted that The Real Book Spy has included Into the Black Nowhere on his list of the Best Thrillers of 2018: “Meg Gardiner continued her scary-good series (after last year’s UNSUB), a must-read for those craving nail-biting suspense.”
Click over to see the entire list, which is packed with great novels. The holidays are upon us, and you can never give, or receive, too many fantastic books.
How absolutely wonderful to see both UNSUB and Into the Black Nowhere on the list of Oklahoma’s Top Ten Best-sellers. Thanks once again to my home state for reading the heck out of my novels.
And thanks to Best of Books for the photo. They may still have some signed copies of my books in stock, if you’re itching to grab one, or a few.
This weekend I’ll be at one of Austin’s biggest annual events: the Texas Book Festival. They’re expecting 40,000 people at the festival over the weekend, which is a whole lot of book love.
If you’re anywhere nearby, I hope you’ll stop by and say hello.
Texas Book Festival
October 27-28, 2018
Noir at the Bar at Lit Crawl Austin
Saturday, October 27, 8 PM
Stay Gold, 1910 E. Cesar Chavez Street
MysteryPeople presents a round of hip, hard-boiled, nitty-gritty noir readings with crime fiction authors. With Meg Gardiner, Lou Berney, and more.
A Trio of Texas Crime Writers
Sunday, October 28, 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM
Texas Tent (Congress and 8th Street)
Serial killers, psychological thrills, and page-turning mystery spin from the pens of three of Texas’s most talked about crime fiction writers. Join them for a big conversation about writing the dark side. With Jeff Abbott, Meg Gardiner, and Julia Heaberlin
Come on down, y’all!