Michael Koryta: Live at the Library!

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Downtown Library

Event Details

Michael Koryta will be discussing his latest book, Lost Man's Lane, written under the pseudonym Scott Carson. Michael Koryta is a New York Times bestselling author whose work has been translated into more than 20 languages, adapted into major motion pictures, and won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. A former private investigator and reporter, his writing has been praised by Stephen King, Michael Connelly, and Dean Koontz, among many others. Raised in Bloomington, Indiana, he now lives in Indiana and Maine. Age 16 and up. This event is free and no tickets are required.

Summary for Lost Man's Lane:
For a 16-year-old, a summer internship working for a private investigator seems like a dream come true—particularly since the PI is investigating the most shocking crime to hit Bloomington, Indiana, in decades. A local woman has vanished, and the last time anyone saw her, she was in the backseat of a police car driven by a man impersonating an officer. Marshall Miller’s internship puts him at the center of the action, a position he relishes until a terrifying moment that turns public praise for his sharp observations and uncanny memory into accusations of lying and imperiling the case.

Event Type(s): Adult Program
Presenter: Michael Koryta
Emily Bedwell
(812) 349-3050