T. J. Newman in conversation with Adrian McKinty and Steve Cavanagh

Thursday 10th June 19:30 at Online Events

Join us for what promises to be a brilliant evening with thriller writers T.J. Newman, Adrian McKinty and Steve Cavanagh as we celebrate the publication of T.J. Newman’s debut novel Falling.

The kidnapping of a pilot’s family leaves a plane full of people at the mercy of his conscience in this relentless psychological thriller, soaring with edge-of-your seat suspense. T.J. Newman, a former bookseller turned flight attendant, worked for Virgin America and Alaska Airlines from 2011 to 2021. She wrote much of Falling on cross-country red-eye flights while her passengers were asleep.

T.J. will be in conversation with bestselling crime writers Adrian McKinty, known for his 2020 award-winning thriller The Chain, and Steve Cavanagh, award-winning author of the Eddie Flynn novels and most recently thriller Fifty Fifty.

Don’t miss your chance to put your own questions to these three authors on the night.

Please note that the Ticket & Book option for this event requires a UK postal address. Please do not select this option if you do not have a valid UK postal address as you will not receive the book and may still be charged. Books will be posted after the event and so will arrive a few days later.

This event is on Zoom. Please make sure you have Zoom installed and up to date on the device of your choice.

Waterstones, Online Events
Thursday 10th June 19:30
£18 Signed Book & Ticket (including £3 UK postage)
£5 General Admission

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