May 13, 2016 at Open Books in Chicago.


Join Zygmunt Miłoszewski, one of the most exciting young voices in the new wave of Polish crime fiction, on his bestselling new book Rage, in conversation with New York Times best-selling detective fiction author Sara Paretsky, best known for her novels with female protagonist V.I. Warshawski, and Laura Caldwell, a former civil trial attorney, director of Life After Innocence, and author of the award-winning Izzy McNeil mystery series. Together with Alison Flowers, an award-winning social justice and criminal justice investigative journalist and author of the forthcoming book, Exoneree Diaries: The Fight for Innocence, Independence and Identity, they will discuss the art of writing suspenseful and layered plot twists, the value of incorporating true-life events and crimes into story lines and creating unforgettable lead characters. Partcipants: Zygmunt Miłoszewski, Sara Paretsky, Laura Caldwell, and Alison Flowers. Book signing to follow. Free and Open to the Public. Books on sale from Open Books.

Address: 651 W Lake St, Chicago
Once Upon a Crime: Zygmunt Miłoszewski, Sara Paretsky, and Laura Caldwell in Conversation with Alison Flowers

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