DARIEN, Conn. -- Go undercover with Chris Pavone and his world of international intrigue while sipping on some wine as he discusses his new thriller, "The Traveler," on Wednesday, March 9 at the Darien Library.
In "The Traveler" Will Rhodes is an international correspondent for Travelers magazine, hopping around the world to write about food and wine, foreign cultures, glamorous parties, local celebrities and adventurous expats. He meets a lot of people; harmless flirtation is part of his job. But the sexy Australian who appears at his Argentinean hotel is not at all harmless, and she pulls Will into a complex and dangerous game.
Chloe, Will’s wife and former employee of Travelers, is now working freelance on a few select problematic assignments but is growing increasingly worried that her husband is becoming a problem in his own right. Will has found himself at the center of a dangerous web, completely in the dark, and he can’t figure out what’s going on until it’s nearly too late: his marriage threatened, his career in jeopardy, his life in peril.
Pavone is author of the New York Times bestsellers, "The Accident" and "The Expats," winner of the Edgar and Anthony Awards for best first novel. He was a book editor for nearly two decades and lives in New York City with his family.
The talk will be held at 7 p.m. Following the presentation, Nicholas Roberts Fine Wine will host an informal wine tasting.
The Darien Library is located at 1441 Post Road. For more information, click here for their website.
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