The ad appears about 2 minutes in (around -52:25 if you are using the player above), but I suggest you listen to the whole episode, as it’s excellent. I wasn’t aware of Jasper Fforde before this interview, but I surely do now and am better for it.
COVID may be with us for the foreseeable future, but book readings must go on! Big thanks to Odyssey Bookstore in Ithaca, NY for hosting me.
Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 7 PM – 8 PM ET
Big thanks to the kind folks at CrimeReads for highlighting Skin Deep in their July roundup!
Here’s more evidence that the private detective is enjoying a very welcomed resurgence in the crime fiction world. Sung J. Woo’s new novel features an inimitable PI, Siobhan O’Brien, a Korean adoptee who has somewhat haphazardly inherited her old boss’s agency and finds herself at a crossroads, unsure if she should continue down the line. The proverbial last job comes through, dragging Siobhan upstate to a seemingly idyllic liberal arts college with a girl gone missing from her dorm. The college is a hotbed of subcultures, and Siobhan has to learn each of their quirks and rivalries to keep the case moving forward. Skin Deep manages to be an entertaining, wickedly clever mystery and also a thoughtful meditation on adoption, culture, and identity. –DMCrimeReads
The lovely review that appeared in Library Journal now makes an appearance on Smithsonian’s BookDragon. Never a bad thing to have multiple outlets highlighting your book!