Tucson Festival of Books

Killers and Thrillers


A thrilling conversation about four books where women solve murders, confront the past, and draw on sisterhood, friends, and family for strength.


Panelists
E.A. Aymar

Anthony Award-nominated E.A. Aymar’s 2023 thriller "No Home for Killers" received praise from The New York Times, Kirkus and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. It was an instant Amazon best-seller....

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Nick Medina

Born in Chicago, Illinois and a member of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana, Nick Medina appreciates local and Native folklore, which, along with research into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) epidemic, inspired his debut novel, "Sisters of the Lost Nation....

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Lauren Muñoz

Lauren Muñoz is a writer, lawyer and former teacher living in Southern California. She received her J.D. from Northwestern University in Chicago, where she frequently skipped class to commune with her sun lamp....

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Ana Reyes

Ana Reyes is The New York Times best-selling author of Reese's Book Club pick "The House in the Pines." She has a Master of Fine Arts from Louisiana State University and teaches creative writing....

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Books:
When She Left
A Thriller
E.A. Aymar
Mystery / Thrillers
Amazon Publishing
February 2024
ISBN 9781662504532
333 pages

No Home for Killers
A Thriller
E.A. Aymar
Mystery / Thrillers
Amazon Publishing
February 2023
ISBN 9781662504563

Sisters of the Lost Nation
Nick Medina
Nuestras Raices
Penguin
March 2024
ISBN 9780593546864
368 pages

Indian Burial Ground
Nick Medina
Nuestras Raices
Penguin
April 2024
ISBN 9780593546888
384 pages

Suddenly a Murder
Lauren Muñoz
Nuestras Raices
Penguin
September 2023
ISBN 9780593617533
320 pages

The House in the Pines
Reese's Book Club (A Novel)
Ana Reyes
Nuestras Raices
Penguin
December 2023
ISBN 9780593186732
336 pages

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