Presented by The Vancouver Writers Fest
Hart Hanson, Ausma Zehnat Khan, Ruth Ware
Moderator: Ian Weir
Say “thriller” and goosebumps, terror, nightmares, suspense and violence are sure to follow. But there’s lots of ways to get your thrills—and tonight these writers show us three. Ruth Ware’s debut, In a Dark, Dark Wood, put her on the charts as master of the psychological thriller. Her new novel is equally full of psychological suspense, a slow unravelling of tension and fear. Hart Hanson’s debut thriller takes the action-packed route to scaring our socks off, filled with nasty violence, dirty cops and torture. And Ausma Zehanat Khan gives us murder in the midst of Iran’s tumultuous politics. The body’s already been found, but tracking the killer and getting out of Iran alive? Now you’ve got a political thriller. Three ways to make the back of your neck tingle.
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