Minnesota author, Brian Freeman, to visit Cambridge Public Library
Brian Freeman, international bestselling author of psychological suspense novels, will be speaking at the Cambridge Public Library on Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 20 languages. His fifth novel The Burying Place was a finalist for Best Novel of 2010 in the International Thriller Writer Awards. His debut thriller Immoral won the Macavity Award and was a nominee for the Edgar®, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry awards for best first novel.
Immoral was chosen as International Book of the Month by book clubs around the world, a distinction shared by bestselling authors such as Harlan Coben and Karin Slaughter. Freeman published his second novel Stripped to widespread critical acclaim in 2006. Stripped was named one of the top 10 mysteries of the year by the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
The Library Journal review of his third novel, Stalked, noted that “Freeman just keeps outdoing himself with each book.” Publishers Weekly gave his fourth book, In The Dark, a starred review, calling it Freeman’s best book yet, “harrowing and heartrending.”
When his fifth novel, The Burying Place, was released in the U.K., London’s Daily Mail called Freeman the discovery of the year in crime fiction.
His newest novel, and his first stand-alone, is The Bone House.