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Join us as we team up with The King's English and One More Page to host Joe Hill in conversation with Richard Osman about The Bullet That Missed!
Richard Osman is an author, producer, and television presenter. His first novel, The Thursday Murder Club, was a #1 million-copy international bestseller and a New York Times bestseller; The Man Who Died Twice was also a #1 international bestseller and a New York Times bestseller. Critics have already described The Man Who Died Twice as “his second novel,” and his third novel, The Bullet That Missed, is forthcoming. He lives in London with his partner, and Liesl the cat.
Joe Hill is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fireman and Heart-Shaped Box. The Black Phone, a film based on his short story and starring Ethan Hawke, was a global smash. Much of Hill's fiction has been adapted for the movies and television, including the hit Netflix series, Locke & Key, based on his long-running comic book, and AMC's NOS4A2, adapted from his third novel. He lives in New England with his wife and sons.
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INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
A new mystery is afoot in the third book in the Thursday Murder Club series from million-copy bestselling author Richard Osman.
“The quartet of aging amateur sleuths…remain wonderful company,” —the New York Times Book Review
An instant New York Times bestseller!
The second gripping novel in the New York Times bestselling Thursday Murder Club series, soon to be a major motion picture from Steven Spielberg at Amblin Entertainment
A New York Times bestseller | Soon to be a major motion picture from Steven Spielberg at Amblin Entertainment
“Witty, endearing and greatly entertaining.” —Wall Street Journal
Joe Hill’s award-winning story collection, originally published as 20th Century Ghosts, featuring “The Black Phone,” soon to be a major motion picture from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions