Hilary Davidson signs The Next One to Fall in San Diego.
Hilary Davidson’s The Damage Done – called a “razor sharp mystery debut” by Publishers Weekly – won the 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel and the Crimespree Award for Best First Novel. The Next One to Fall takes place three months after the events of The Damage Done, as travel writer Lily Moore (who shares that job experience with Hilary) journeys to Peru with her photographer friend, only to hear a dying woman’s accusation of her murderer at the foot of an ancient stone staircase.
Also signing at the Noir at the Bar offsite event in Los Angeles on March 25th.
DescriptionDavidson's new mystery takes place three months after the events of The Damage Done, as travel writer Lily Moore has been persuaded by her closest friend, photographer Jesse Robb, to visit Peru. Then, just after they arrive at the Inca fortress of Machu Picchu, a tourist falls and dies. Lily becomes increasingly convinced that the death was no accident.
About the Author
Hilary Davidson won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done. The book also earned a Crimespree Award and was a finalist for the Arthur Ellis and Macavity awards. Hilary’s widely acclaimed short stories have been featured in publications from Ellery Queen to Thuglit, and in many anthologies. A Toronto-born travel journalist and the author of 18 nonfiction books, she has lived in New York City since October 2001.