Mark Pryor in the New York Times!


Mark Pryor is one of our favorite authors, local or otherwise (although he does just so happen to be local), and writes the Hugo Marston novels, starting with The Bookseller, and most recently, the prequel The Button Man. Although Pryor works as a prosecutor in town, giving him plenty of material for crime fiction, he sets his novels in the American embassy in Paris, and his novels are perfect for the armchair traveler.


Pryor was recently the subject of an AP article that landed in the New York Times with MysteryPeople weighing in on our good friend. You can congratulate Mark on the 24th when he joins us here at the store to interview Jamie Mason about her latest book, Monday’s Lie. Click here to read the full New York Times article.


Mark Pryor joins us to interview Jamie Mason about her latest, Monday’s Lie, on Tuesday, February 24, at 7 pm on BookPeople’s second floor. You can find copies of Pryor’s and Mason’s oeuvre on our shelves and via bookpeople.com.

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