The labyrinth astonishes Theodore’s books

Book review: The labyrinth Marvel at Theodore’s books

In October, Nelson DeMille released his new thriller John Corey, The Labyrinth. Nelson will sign copies at a Theodore’s Books event at the LIU Post in Greenvale at 6 p.m. on November 3.

One of the benefits of owning a bookstore receives advance copies of new releases, and I can tell you, if you like a good detective thriller, you will love it The labyrinth. It’s based on real events involving the murders of sex workers on Gilgo Beach on Long Island. So, yes, it is a range reading. In October.

Nelson Demille’s Plum Island

DeMille is Long Island’s gift to the spy thriller. He has the gift of doing Long Island a central character in his stories but elevating the plot and tension at the level of John le Carré or Ken Follett. Here, DeMille build a fast-paced story pulled from local headlines.

At the Nov. 3 event, Nelson was joined by another Long Island icon, Susan Lucci, for a wine reception, discussion and signature of The labyrinth. The event was co-hosted by LIU Post and was held at the Roosevelt School in the White House Press Room.

Steve Israel is the owner of Theodore’s Books and was a congressman who represented the North Shore of West Long Island from 2001 to 2017. Register for Theodore’s books updates to Theodoresbooks.com.

Angela C. Hale