Award-Winning Movie Producer Unveils Debut Novel in St. Louis
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR CASH OR CHECK
Doors open at 6pm at Mad Art Gallery, the 1930's Art Deco designed Third District Police Station, in historic Soulard. Guests will get the full station house experience with drinks served from behind the bars of the Sergeant's desk and special seating in jail cells!
At 7pm, Terry Hayes takes the stage to reveal I AM PILGRIM. Called "Simply one of the best suspense novels I've read in a long time," by NY Times best-selling author David Baldacci, Hayes grabs readers with a challenging police investigation that leads to a taut, terrifying race against time and bio-terrorism, sending the former head of a U.S. espionage unit on a climax-building chase across the globe; from the White House to Afghanistan; through a Nazi death camp and the barren wilderness of the Hindu Kush; all in search of a jihadist set on mass murder and destruction.
Hayes is the award-winning writer and producer of numerous big screen films, including Dead Calm, Payback, Flightplan, Road Warrior, and Bangkok Hilton; as well as Emmy-nominated television movies and mini-series. He will be interviewed on stage by St. Louis crime novelist Scott Phillips, author of nine books, including, The Ice Harvest, a feature film directed by Harold Ramis and starring John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton. Phillips' newest novel, Hop Alley, will be published in May and available for purchase at the event.
A portion of proceeds from all tickets to be donated to The BackStoppers.
Event presented by MEET ME ST. LOUIS, the new not-for-profit arts & speaker series bringing exciting personalities to our community and raising funds for area causes.
For more information, visit: www.meetmestlouis.org
Co-Sponsored by: Cinema St. Louis; Left Bank Books; Mad Art Gallery;
Marquee Media & Marketing; Outback Steakhouse; VLAA
Mad Art Gallery (View)
2727 South 12th Street
St. Louis, MO 63118
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