Marple: A Celebration - Virtual Event

Together with Good Housekeeping U.S. and U.K., William Morrow and HarperCollins UK present MARPLE: Twelve New Mysteries.

Books editor for Good Housekeeping U.S., Lizz Schumer, moderates a discussion between three of the twelve contributors:

Alyssa Cole is an award-winning, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author and her books have received critical acclaim from Library Journal, BuzzFeed, Kirkus, Booklist, Jezebel, Vulture, Book Riot, Entertainment Weekly, and various other outlets. 

Lucy Foley studied English Literature at Durham and UCL universities. She then worked for several years as a fiction editor in the publishing industry. Her crime novels The Hunting Party and The Guest List  received widespread critical acclaim and her newest novel, The Paris Apartment took the number one spot on The New York Times bestseller list.

Jean Kwok is the New York Times and international bestselling author of Girl in Translation and Mambo in Chinatown. Her work has been published in twenty countries and is taught in universities, colleges, and high schools across the world. She received her bachelor's degree from Harvard University and earned an MFA from Columbia University. She is fluent in Chinese, Dutch, and English, and currently lives in the Netherlands.

Join these acclaimed writers as the discuss they process of stepping into Agatha Christie's shoes and giving her legendary sleuth, Jane Marple, new mysteries to solve.

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Event date: 

Thursday, September 15, 2022 - 2:00pm

Event address: 

2342 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005


"Each author captures Christie—and Marple—perfectly, while also displaying just a bit of her own unique touch. . . . This new and entertaining collection by some of our favorite writers will hook a new group of readers to the formidable Miss Marple." — Rhys Bowen, Washington Post