Best-selling writer returns to the library
On Saturday, best-selling Minnesota suspense writer Brian Freeman returns to the Superior Public Library to talk about his newest psychological thriller, "Spilled Blood."...
On Saturday, best-selling Minnesota suspense writer Brian Freeman returns to the Superior Public Library to talk about his newest psychological thriller, "Spilled Blood."
The event runs 11 a.m. to noon in the library meeting room. Freeman appeared in Superior a year ago to discuss his just released novel, "Bone House."
The seventh of his highly successful thrillers, "Spilled Blood" is set in a remote part of southern Minnesota, amid dirt roads and ghost towns. Here's what No. 1 bestselling crime fiction author Lisa Gardner has to say about the new book: "Spilled Blood is everything a great suspense novel should be: gripping, shocking and moving. Brian Freeman proves once again he's a master of psychological suspense, as he layers one family's crisis with an entire town's drama, building to an epic crescendo of rage, revenge and redemption."
Freeman's books have been sold in 16 countries and 18 languages and have appeared as main selections in the Literary Guild and the Book of the Month Club. The novels have amassed both awards and critical acclaim. The prominent role the Twin Ports plays in several of his books has enhanced his popularity locally. Fans of his character, Duluth detective Jonathan Stride, will be pleased to learn that a new Stride novel is slated for release in 1213.
The Book Talk is hosted by the Friends of the Library, and is free to the public.