Monday, September 01, 2008

J.T. Ellison returns with 14

Killer Year's J.T. Ellison is back in stores with her sophomore thriller, 14 (Mira), the newest book in the Taylor Jackson series. Her debut, All The Pretty Girls, is also now in convenient paperback. Nashville City Paper features J.T. in today's paper: "Local crime author issues series’ sophomore effort."

J.T. is on tour, with several Nashville appearances, plus events in Denver, Phoenix, Houston, Knoxville and Baltimore -- and a stop in Omaha the first week of October for two events with New York Times-bestselling author Alex Kava. Here's a link to all her tour dates.

This week, 14 is launched in style Sep. 3 at Past Perfect Restaurant, 122 3rd Avenue South, Nashville, (615) 736-7727. There will be copies of the book for sale courtesy of Barnes and Noble, music from Richard Stooksbury and John Crowder, and a silent auction benefiting Nashville's literacy charity, Book 'Em. The event kicks off at 7 p.m.

The next night, J.T. discusses and signs her books at Davis-Kidd Booksellers, 2121 Green Hills Drive. That starts at 6 p.m.

Related links:
KILLER Q&A: J.T. ELLISON (All The Pretty Girls)
KILLER YEAR: Class of 2007
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