‘Condor’ lands in Brooklyn


Movie fans: Mark Aug. 7 on your calendar. Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn will host a special screening of the 1975 thriller Three Days of the Condor. After the screening, I’ll be conducting a Q&A with Six Days of the Condor author James Grady. Both of us will have books for sale from The Mysterious Bookshop, and we’ll stick around to sign them.

Condor is one of the books that inspired my newest novel, The Woman from Prague. So I’m thrilled to be doing this event. And Jim is one of my favorite people in publishing—real smart and real generous, on top of being a fantastic writer.

Tickets will be available in early July, so keep an eye on my social media. I’m hoping to blast the link out a little early so fans get first crack. Besides working with Jim, I’m really excited to be doing this at Alamo. It’s the only place I’ll see movies anymore—the food is great, the no texting/no talking policy is awesome, and their customer service is terrific.

Plus, the ladies-only screenings of Wonder Woman are pretty cool and for the life of me I can not understand the psychology of the guys who are complaining—it’s just too sad.

More soon!

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