Spend a Suspenseful Hour with Ruth Ware

October 182:00 pm - 3:00 pm
TOMS RIVER – Ruth Ware’s spine-tingling mysteries keep readers on the edge of their seats and coming back for more. Get to know this best-selling writer as she discusses the power packed “Zero Days” in the Ocean County Library’s Virtual Author Talk series, 2 PM Wednesday, October 18.

“Zero Days,” available at the Ocean County Library, centers on Jack and her husband Gabe, talented security hackers in high demand in the corporate world. After an assignment goes sideways, Jack finds Gabe dead and becomes a prime suspect. On the run, Jack must decide who to trust while tightening the screws on the real killer.

As she explains on her website, Ruth Ware began writing as a young girl in her native England. Prior to writing full time, she served as a waitress, book seller, teacher, and press officer. She maintains a robust following on Twitter.

The OCL catalog includes Ware’s other spellbinders in print, audiobook and eBook formats, including “In a Dark, Dark Wood,” “The Woman in Cabin 10,” “The Death of Mrs. Westaway,” “The It Girl,” “The Turn of the Key” and “The Lying Game.”

Please register at https://libraryc.org/theoceancountylibrary to attend this free program, to view the upcoming schedule, and to view previous talks. Registrants will receive links to the program by email and may submit questions for the author when signing up.

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