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Best Selling Author Signing at Auntie's

SPOKANE, Wash. - J.A. Jance spent several years teaching and living on the Tohono O'odham reservation west of Tucson.  It was here that her life changed forever when she and her first husband became the targets of a serial killer. Living in seclusion, seven miles from their nearest neighbor, they were unknowingly the killer's next victim.  A police investigation led to his apprehension just before he struck.  This experience provided the inspiration for the fictional story in Hour of the Hunter, her first Walker novel.  She continues to weave the culture and history of the Tohono O'odham people and use the stark and striking beauty of the desert as the backdrop for her Walker novels, including QUEEN OF THE NIGHT.

 
In QUEEN OF THE NIGHT (William Morrow; One Day Laydown: July 27, 2010; ISBN: 9780061239243; Price: $25.99) Jance returns to the story of the Walker Family in which the horrors of two grisly murders threaten to destroy three families. 
 
For a review copy of QUEEN OF THE NIGHT or to arrange an interview with Ms. Jance please contact me at danielle.bartlett@harpercollins.com or 212-207-7011.
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