David Morrell

David Morrell will sign and discuss his latest book, Ruler of the Night (Mulholland; $27).
 
David Morrell (born April 24, 1943 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a Canadian-American novelist, best known for his debut 1972 novel First Blood, which would later become the successful Rambo film franchise starring Sylvester Stallone. He has written 28 novels, and his work has been translated into 26 languages. He also wrote the 2007-2008 Captain America comic book miniseries The Chosen.
 
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Event date: 

Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 6:30pm

Event address: 

2342 Bissonnet St
Houston, TX 77005
Ruler of the Night (Thomas and Emily De Quincey #3) Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780316307901
Availability: Hard to Find
Published: Mulholland Books - November 15th, 2016

The notorious Opium-Eater returns in the sensational climax to David Morrell's acclaimed Victorian mystery trilogy.

1855. The railway has irrevocably altered English society, effectively changing geography and fueling the industrial revolution by shortening distances between cities: a whole day's journey can now be covered in a matter of hours. People marvel at their new freedom.


Inspector of the Dead (Thomas and Emily De Quincey #2) Cover Image
$15.99
ISBN: 9780316323956
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Published: Mulholland Books - October 11th, 2016

"A masterful work."--Associated Press

The year is 1855. The Crimean War is raging. The incompetence of British commanders causes the fall of the English government. The Empire teeters.


Murder as a Fine Art (Thomas and Emily De Quincey #1) Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780316216791
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Published: Mulholland Books - May 7th, 2013

ALA Reading List Award for Best Mystery

GASLIT LONDON IS BROUGHT TO ITS KNEES IN DAVID MORRELL'S BRILLIANT HISTORICAL THRILLER.

Thomas De Quincey, infamous for his memoir Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, is the major suspect in a series of ferocious mass murders identical to ones that terrorized London forty-three years earlier.