Don Winslow - author of nineteen award-winning, international bestsellers including The Power of the Dog, Savages and The Cartel (which was voted one of the Best Books of the Year in 2015 by more than 60 publications) - will visit Cuyahoga County Public Library's North Olmsted Branch, located at 27403 Lorain Road, to discuss and sign copies of his latest novel, The Force, on Saturday, July 8th at 2PM. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Register online or by calling 440.777.6211.
Winslow's The Force is based on years of research inside the NYPD and tells the story of a corrupt detective in the city's most elite crime-fighting unit. The book has received rave reviews from best-selling authors Stephen King and Lee Child, who called it "probably the best cop novel ever written."
The Force will be made into a film directed by James Mangold. Mangold has directed such films at Cop Land (1997); Girl, Interrupted (1999); The Wolverine and Logan (2017).
In addition to his novels, Winslow has published numerous short stories in anthologies and magazines such as Esquire and the LA Times Magazine. His columns have appeared in the Huffington Post, CNN Online and other outlets. He is the recipient of the Raymond Chandler Award (Italy), the LA Times Book Prize, the Ian Fleming Silver Dagger (UK), The RBA Literary Prize (Spain) and many other prestigious awards.
For a complete listing of award-winning, best-selling authors visiting Cuyahoga County Public Library this summer visit www.beyondbookjackets.com.