Interview on NPR’s Weekend Edition

I had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by the great Linda Wertheimer (that’s the truly great Linda Wertheimer — first woman to anchor coverage of an election night, first person to broadcast from Senate chambers, a founding voice of NPR, etc.)...

If you are in a listening mood…

Check out Gena Asher’s excellent interview for WFIU, Bloomington’s NPR affiliate. By excellent I mean Gena, not her source material. She did the best she could with it! http://indianapublicmedia.org/profiles/crime-novelist-michael-koryta/

Event with Brad Meltzer and David Baldacci

As part of the Book Expo festivities, and in recognition of audio books, the following event will be held in two weeks at the Apple store in SoHo. If you’re in town for BEA or live in the NYC area, come by to check it out. Two sensational #1 bestselling authors!...

The Ridge signing dates and options

SIGNING SCHEDULE Due to the fact that this is a two-book year, and I’ve been on the road pretty steadily on domestic and international fronts, the tour for THE RIDGE will be limited. Otherwise, the next novel might not be out until 2025. So, with the exception...
Here comes THE RIDGE

Here comes THE RIDGE

It seems kind of impossible, but publication of THE RIDGE is less than three months away. This novel marks the last of what I’ve considered a very loosely connected trilogy of supernatural stories: SO COLD THE RIVER, THE CYPRESS HOUSE, and THE RIDGE all feature...

Outta the way Oscars, it’s time for the Audies

So Cold the River has been nominated for an “audie” award, granted each year by the Audio Publishers Association. The brilliant reading of Robert Petkoff (he also read The Cypress House, which was recently featured by Starbucks) has garnered marvelous...