Chevy Stevens celebrates new novel with virtual Tuesday appearance at Bank Square Books
Stephen King never hesitates when asked (for the six-millionth time) which of his books frightened him the most. It's "Pet Sematary."
When you consider King himself blurbed suspense writer Chevy Stevens's "Those Girls" as "incredibly scary," well, that's high praise indeed. Stevens's first novel, "Still Missing," won the International Thriller Writers Award for Best First Novel, and all six of her bestselling titles have been optioned for film.
Now, her latest, "Dark Roads," hits bookstores Tuesday.
And what could be better than Stevens appearing virtually Tuesday at Bank Square Books in Mystic for a talk/book signing? Not much. But the fact that she'll be in conversation with fellow thriller author Jennifer Hillier, author of "Creep" and "Jar of Hearts," is pretty great.
Chevy Stevens with Jennifer Hillier, virtually, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Bank Square Books, 53 West Main St., Mystic; free, registration required; banksquarebooks.com, (860) 536-3795.
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