Celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Library, Washington Centerville Library will kick off with a visit from New York Times bestselling romance and suspense author Tami Hoag. With thirteen consecutive Times bestsellers to her credit, including The Alibi Man, Prior Bad Acts, Dark Horse, and Kill The Messenger, Hoag has more than 22 million books in print, published in more than twenty languages worldwide.
Hoag began her career writing a line of romance novels, penning sixteen titles in five years. Never wanting to be pigeonholed, the novels ranged from romantic comedy to romantic suspense, with richly drawn characters and sharply written dialogue the hallmarks of Hoag’s style. These traits carry through to her thrillers, along with fast-paced plots and dead-on police procedure.
An avid competitive equestrian in the Olympic discipline of dressage, Tami divides her time between Los Angeles and Palm Beach County, Florida where she competes her horses on the prestigious winter circuit.
The reception at the Centerville Library will be at 2pm on Friday, Jan 8th with a book signing of Hoag’s newest book Deeper Than the Dead. Ms. Hoag will also appear at the Books & Co at the Greene that same evening at 7 PM.