Daniel Silva, one of the most influential and successful thriller writer of his time, is gearing up to release The Other Woman, the 18th book in his #1 New York Times bestselling Gabriel Allon series, on July 17th.
In a newsletter earlier today, Silva announced his book tour information, giving fans two months to make plans to come see him out on the road.
So, if you live in or around New York City; Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Washington, D.C.; Kansas City, Missouri; Phoenix, Arizona; Houston or Dallas, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Toronto, Ontario; or Watch Hill, Those Island, then you better start making arrangements because Daniel Silvia is coming to town this summer!
Silva’s impressive ten-city tour kicks off in New York Cty, where he’ll spend pub day at the Union Square Barnes and Noble before jetting off to New Jersey for an event the following day. After that, he’s off D.C that Thursday, followed by Friday in Kansas City where he’ll be front and center at the Mid-Continent Public Library. Silva will then spend Saturday, July 21st, at the famous Poisoned Pen Bookstore in Arizona, and Sunday at Murder by The Book in Houston.
With no time to rest, Silva continues on the final leg of his tour in Dallas on Monday the 23erd, followed by back-to-back stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, and finally Watch Hill, Those Island.
See detailed tour information below, or click here to visit the appearance page of Silva’s website.
7/17 — New York, NY | Barnes & Noble Union Square
7/18 — Cherry Hill, NJ | Katz JCC*
7/19 — Washington, DC | Sixth & I*
7/20 — Kansas City, MO | Mid-Continent Public Library (presented by Rainy Day Books, registration required)
7/21 — Phoenix, AZ | The Doubletree Hilton (presented by Poisoned Pen)
7/22 — Houston, TX | Murder by the Book
7/23 — Dallas, TX | Congregation Sheareth Israel (presented by the Aaron Family JCC)*
7/24 — Los Angeles, CA | Whizin Center for Continuing Education*
7/25 — Toronto, ON | Holy Blossom Temple*
7/26 — Watch Hill, RI | Watch Hill Chapel (presented by the Literacy Partners of Washington County)*
(*denotes a ticketed event)
If you don’t live close enough to attend any of these signings but would still like a signed or personalized book, call ahead to one of the stores listed above — they should be able to help you and can take orders over the phone. Otherwise, you can pre-order The Other Woman here, or anywhere else books are sold.