Erin Young in conversation with Ace Atkins

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Erin Young in conversation with Ace Atkins

February 18 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Prairie Lights Virtual – Zoom

Please join us for a reading and conversation with Erin Young to celebrate the release of her new novel The Fields. She will be joined in conversation by Ace Atkins.

To join this virtual event, register here.

Cristina Alger, New York Times bestselling author of Girls Like Us, says of the book “The Fields is my favorite sort of novel: the sharp prose and explosive plot immediately drew me in, but the richly textured exploration of life in rural America stayed with me long after I finished. I hope to see more of Sergeant Riley Fisher, the novel’s dynamic female protagonist. This is a classic crime series in the making.”

The Fields is Erin Young’s debut crime thriller, featuring Sergeant Riley Fisher of Black Hawk County, in the first of a planned series. Young lives and writes in Brighton, England

Ace Atkins is the award-winning, New York Times Bestselling author of almost thirty novels. Atkins, a former SEC football player, started his career as a crime beat reporter in Florida before becoming a full time novelist. Since then he’s written eleven books in the Quinn Colson series and several true crime novels based on infamous crooks and killers. He was also chosen by Robert B. Parker’s family to continue the Spenser series in 2010, adding ten novels to that iconic franchise. He lives and works in Oxford, Mississippi.

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February 18
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6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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