Join New York Magazine senior editor Carolyn Murnick and culture editor Adam Sternbergh for a discussion about true and fictionalized stories of murder and crime with Vulture books editor Boris Kachka. Carolyn Murnick's debut memoir The Hot One is a captivating murder mystery and an affecting portrait of female friendship. In 2001 at the age of 22, Carolyn’s childhood best friend Ashley was found murdered in her Hollywood home – the man charged with her murder is an alleged serial killer currently awaiting trial in LA. In The Blinds, Adam Sternbergh imagines a dusty Texas town populated by criminals—people plucked from their lives, with their memories altered, who’ve been granted new identities and a second chance.
Please join us for a free conversation with these two New York magazine editors and authors. Stay after the conversation for an opportunity to meet the authors and get a signed book! Copies of The Hot One or The Blinds are available for purchase and signing; reserve yours on our website strandbooks.com.