Monday, March 14, 2016

Hallie Ephron to Speak at Bridgewater Public Library on April 5th

Inspired by Hollywood and Hitchcock, Hallie Ephron comes to the Bridgewater Public Library on April 5 to talk about her new suspense novel, Night Night, Sleep Tight.

The New York Times bestselling author will talk about growing up in Beverly Hills in a family of writers. Her new book is inspired by an infamous murder that took place around the corner from her childhood home.

Set in 1960s Hollywood, her book draws on her parents’ experience in the movie business. Henry and Phoebe Ephron, wrote screenplays for classic movies like Carousel and Daddy Long Legs. Hallie was the last of their four daughters (Nora, Delia, Hallie, Amy) to start writing or, as she calls it, succumb to her genes.

Hallie is the author of nine novels. Night Night, Sleep Tight is her fourth novel to be named a finalist for the prestigious Mary Higgins Clark Award. It received a starred review in Publishers Weekly (“Old Hollywood glamour, scandals and lies infuse this captivating thriller”). Christina Baker Kline (The Orphan Train) calls it “Taut, tart and absorbing.”

Visit Hallie online at on Twitter @HallieEphron and on Facebook at

The event, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Bridgewater Public Library, is free and open to the public will include a book signing.

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