Book Club Questions for TELL NO LIES

Readers wrote to me requesting questions for their book club, which are reading Tell No Lies. So here’s a list I wrote up. Happy reading! 1. What is the nature of deception? Is it worse to lie to others or lie to yourself? How do the characters, especially Daniel, hide the truth from themselves? 2…. Read more »

Tim Rackley Foreword

So I have this tattered yellow notebook of the spiral variety from high school, the kind which sheds chads of paper at the faintest rustling. As an aspiring author, I used to write down snatches of dialogue, plot ideas, and my first clunky attempts at scenes. There might be a few opinions in there as… Read more »

Taking the Lord's Name in Vain, Damnit!

From time to time, I get emails or letters from readers taking issue with the language I use in my books. Usually it’s holy-than-thou nonsense claiming that my use of this word or that offended their pure eyes to such an extent that never again shall they check a Gregg Hurwitz book out of the… Read more »

YOU'RE NEXT – Pre-Order Contest – Win a Gregg Hurwitz Library

After nearly five months on the international bestseller charts, YOU’RE NEXT is finally coming home! To celebrate, I’m hosting a giant pre-order contest, a giveaway of all my previous books — that’s 10 signed, personalized first-edition hardcovers! To enter, simply pre-order the book from one of these vendors:  Amazon – B&N – IndieBound   Send your… Read more »

Reading Internationally

One of my favorite things about attending book festivals and touring in different countries is that there’s always a good amount of overlap with other authors. Books, for me, are one of the best ways to gain entry to a new culture, to understand a country and its quirks and history. I leave in a… Read more »

My Trust No One interview with Robert Crais

Finally posted to YouTube – a really fun talk with Crais about pacing, characters, plotting, and inspiration. This is one of my favorite interviews I’ve ever done.