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Sweet Sixteen – Cover Reveal for UNDER MY SKIN!

I’m over the moon to share the gorgeous, spectacular cover for my new novel UNDER MY SKIN (Oct 2, 2018.) This feels like an auspicious year, as it marks my “sweet sixteen” as a novelist. Sixteen books published over the past sixteen years! In addition to the stellar cover, it’s always such a thrill when…

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Hurricane Relief – Top Thriller Writers Contribute a Flurry of Books!

Hurricane Relief – Top Thriller Writers Contribute a Flurry of Books! It’s no joke, of course. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have done deadly damage in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean. We in the Tampa Bay area were braced for a direct hit when the storm shifted and we were spared the worst of it.…

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Women of Mystery

Lisa Unger, Lisa Gardner & Alafair Burke Women of Mystery Thursday February 11th, 2016 at 6:30 pm Carlouel Yacht Club Clearwater Beach, Florida Women of Mystery — Join us for an evening of lively conversation between New York Times bestselling authors Alafair Burke, Lisa Gardner and Lisa Unger, as they chat about their most recent…

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FRAGILE has been optioned for film by TNT!

TNT has optioned FRAGILE to be part of its new Mystery Movie Night!  On November 29th, Scott Turow’s Innocent will launch a series of contemporary crime dramas that will include Lisa Gardner’s Hide, Sandra Brown’s Ricochet, Richard North Patterson’s Silent Witness, April Smith’s Good Morning, Killer, and Mary & Carol Higgins Clark Deck the Halls.…

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Read Women

Before writers are anything, we are readers. Those early books we held in our hands, the ones our parents read to us, they formed us.  And I often think about that as my husband and I, both readers, read each night to our daughter.  Books are such a gift, doorways into other worlds, other minds. …

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Authors and Friends

I was recently interviewed for a major magazine and one of the questions concerned my favorite authors. Space being what it is in these things, this part of my answer didn’t make the final cut: Some of my favorite contemporary writers in the genre are Tess Gerritsen, Harlan Coben, John Connolly, Lee Child, Lisa Gardner,…

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