Stuart Turton introduces Joseph Knox and his #1 international bestselling novel True Crime Story in this special launch event.
Sourcebooks Landmark in partnership with 19 bookstores welcomes international bestselling authors Joseph Knox and Stuart Turton in conversation about Joseph's new book, True Crime Story, available on December 7, 2021.
***AN EMAIL WITH A LINK TO THE ZOOM WEBINAR WILL BE SENT TWO DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT.***
ABOUT TRUE CRIME STORY:
What happens to all the girls who go missing?
The thrilling story of a university student's sudden disappearance, the woman who became obsessed with her case, and the crime writer who uncovered the chilling truth about what happened...
In 2011, Zoe Nolan walked out of her dormitory in Manchester and was never seen or heard from again. Her case went cold. Her story was sad, certainly, but hardly sensational, crime writer Joseph Knox thought. He wouldn't have given her any more thought were it not for his friend, Evelyn Mitchell. Another writer struggling to come up with a new idea, Evelyn was wondering just what happens to all the girls who go missing. What happens to the Zoe Nolans of the world?
Evelyn began investigating herself, interviewing Zoe's family and friends, and emailing Joseph with chapters of the book she was writing with her findings. Uneasy with the corkscrew twists and turns, Joseph Knox embedded himself in the case, ultimately discovering a truth more tragic and shocking than he could have possibly imagined...
Just remember: Everything you read is fiction.
About Joseph Knox: Joseph Knox was born and raised in and around Manchester, England, where he worked in bars and bookshops before moving to London. His debut novel, Sirens, the first in the Aidan Waits trilogy, was a bestseller and has been translated into eighteen languages. True Crime Story is his first stand-alone novel, and a #1 Sunday Times bestseller.
About Stuart Turton: Stuart Turton is a freelance journalist who lives in England with his wife and daughter. He is the author of the international bestsellers The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, which is being adapted into a 7-part series by Netflix, and The Devil and the Dark Water. Stuart is not to be trusted—in the nicest possible way.