Hallie Ephron: An award-winning suspense writer and book reviewer, Hallie writes books she hopes will keep readers up nights. Her new book, "There Was an Old Woman," is being published by Wm. Morrow in April 2013. Both of her last novels, "Come and Find Me" and "Never Tell a Lie," were finalists for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. "Never Tell a Lie" was turned into the film "And Baby Will Fall" for the Lifetime Movie Network. Hallie is also the author of the Edgar-nominated "Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock 'Em Dead with Style" and teaches writing across the country at writing conferences.
Never Tell a Lie - This psychological suspense novels tells the story of a young couple, about to have their first child. A woman from their past shows up at their yard sale, goes inside their house, and she never comes out. Relentessly fast-pacced and disturbingly creepy, it asks how well we know the people we love, and how far we are willing to go to protect the secrets of our past.The novel received a STARRE. . .
William Morrow - 2009-01-06
Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock 'Em Dead With Style - This step-by-step guide takes you from coming up with ideas, through planning, and on through writing, revising and selling your mystery novel. The book is designed to be interactive, and is loaded with examples to be read and analyzed and exercises to be completed.This book was nominated for Edgar and Anthony Awards, and remains one of the most popular how-to books on mystery writing.
Writers Digest Books - 2005-09-01
Come and Find Me - A recluse who works and lives online must brave the "real world" when her sister goes missing. "Wow! Another unputdownable book... I kept thinking--just one more chapter." -- Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha-award winning author of "Drive Time"Computer security expert and reformed hacker Diana Highsmith has not ventured beyond her home for over a year – not since . . .
Wm. Morrow - 2011-03-23