Massachusetts, that is. Yes, because I like him so much, we’re getting Rupert Thomson for an event sometime this coming August. I’m ecstatic. I haven’t read his new book Death of a Murderer yet, but a copy is winging its way to me right now. This is the perfect way to end a work week, after such a disastrous day wherein our computer system went down for several hours. Needless to say, I squealed like a girl when Amanda told me and I can’t get the grin off my face. You’d think I had just kissed Clive Owen or something.
You know, I’d squeal like a girl too. Incidentally, I’ll be talking with him for Segundo again. 🙂
crap, that means i actually have to read his novels now.
more things on the tbr pile.
Ah! The joys of imagining what kissing Clive ought to be like….mmmm….oh, by the way, I too love Rupert’s novels and have ordered the British edition of DEATH OF A MURDERER (bookdepository.co.uk). His DIVIDED KINGDOM is one of my favourites; I had often pondered on the feasibility or otherwise of sectioning people under similar temperaments or hormonal dispositions!