THE LAST TIME SHE SAW HIM GOES BACK FOR ANOTHER PRINTING!

Thank you to everyone who bought my latest psychological thriller. I’m incredibly grateful for your support, and I hope it turned out to be the perfect beach, pool, porch, or hammock read for you (by the way, honest Amazon reviews are most welcome!).

The Last Time She Saw Him is a gripping psychological thriller about a woman left reeling when her former fiancé appears to take his own life—and she becomes desperate to prove he was actually murdered. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, you can order by clicking one of the links below.

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THE LAST TIME SHE SAW HIM NAMED “A BOOK TO MAKE YOU TREMBLE” BY ZIBBY OWENS MEDIA

I don’t think there’s a higher compliment for a thriller author, is there?

WHAT YOU TOLD ME ON MY BOOK TOUR

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It’s been great to be out there and meet SO many of you. Thank you for coming to my events, listening, buying The Last Time She Saw Him, sharing your thoughts, and introducing yourself.
I enjoyed every stop on my tour, but an especially memorable evening was at the RJ Julia bookstore in Madison, CT, where I shared some of my favorite tips for writing a thriller. Wow, what a nice crowd. It’s exciting to see how many women are interested in not only reading thrillers and mysteries, but also the idea of possibly penning one in the not-too-distant future.

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While I’ve been at events, I’ve also had a chance to ask you a bit about your own reading and viewing habits, which is incredibly helpful for me as an author. Here are a few takeaways from the tour this year.

  • You’re still as hungry as ever for good thrillers and mysteries, which, thank goodness, means that the genre I write in is safe.
  • You think some thrillers have gotten too crazy lately, and you prefer it when a thriller plot seems like something that could possibly happen in real life.
  • You were a Nancy Drew fan, too, and were heartbroken, like me, when you found out there was no one named Caroline Keene.

WHAT I’M WATCHING

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Have you tuned into the eight-episode remake of “Presumed Innocent,” based on the mega successful legal thriller by Scott Turow? I LOVED the book (you too?), sort of liked the film with Harrison Ford in that awful haircut, and as far this latest version, well, I’m still making my way through it. So far, I’m hooked but not dazzled, and I’m finding it hard to see any emotional connection whatsoever between Rusty and his wife. What do you think? Maybe I’ll just have to live on the memories of devouring the incredible book. If you’ve never read it, you’ve got a real treat in store. The story is not only riveting, but it ends with a twist to end all twists.

WHAT I’M COOKING

[photo: recipe]Are you often on the lookout for easy chicken recipes that are great for everyday meals and also special enough for company? I spotted this one for Chicken Provençal with shallots in the NY Times years ago and finally made it lately for a dinner party of eight thriller authors (talk about fabulous guests!) and then recreated it for my husband several nights later. Very easy, and more importantly, very, very tasty! (I made it with breasts instead of legs and adjusted the cooking time.) Gazpacho turned out to be the perfect first course.

Until next month,

Kate White