Monday, May 31, 2010

9th Annual Murder Goes South Featured Guest Writer Announced: David Hunter

The Friends of Smyrna Library and the Sisters in Crime: Atlanta Chapter announce David Hunter as a featured Guest Writer for the 9th Annual Murder Goes South... A Festival for Readers and Writers of the Southern Mystery. Mr. Hunter will present during the Saturday January 29, 2011 program.

BIOGRAPHY: David Hunter is a decorated former police officer, a 20-year editorial columnist for the Knoxville News-Sentinel and author of 15 books/novels and memoirs.

His first novel The Jigsaw Man, was nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award. His novel The Archangel Caper received a nomination for the Appalachian Writers Best Book Award. His other works include the novel The Dancing Savior and the short fiction collection titled Things to Do in Knoxville When You're Dead.

His latest novel Tempest at the Sunsphere is the first in a series set in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife, Cheryl.

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