Brian Freeman is a New York Times bestselling author of psychological thrillers, including the Jonathan Stride and Frost Easton series. He has also been selected by the Robert Ludlum estate to take over Ludlum’s Jason Bourne series in a new book due in 2020.
Since 2005, Freeman has sold books in 46 countries and 22 languages. His stand-alone novel SPILLED BLOOD won the award for Best Hardcover Novel in the International Thriller Writers Awards, and his novel THE BURYING PLACE was a finalist for the same award. His thriller THE NIGHT BIRD was one of the top 20 Kindle bestsellers of 2017, and his audiobook mystery THE DEEP, DEEP SNOW was a #1 Audible and Amazon Audio bestseller.
Freeman’s debut novel, IMMORAL, won the Macavity Award and was a finalist for the Edgar, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry awards for Best First Novel. IMMORAL was also chosen as International Book of the Month by book clubs around the world. His novels THE BONE HOUSE and SEASON OF FEAR were both named finalists for the Audie Award for Best Audiobook in Thriller/Suspense. He won the Minnesota Book Award for his novel THE VOICE INSIDE and has been a finalist for the award four other times.
Freeman’s writing has been praised by critics and bestselling authors alike, including Michael Connelly, Nelson DeMille, Jeffery Deaver, and Lisa Gardner. “A master of psychological suspense,” Gardner said of Freeman. London’s Daily Mail called Freeman “up there with Harlan Coben in the psychological crime stratosphere.” Freeman has lived in Minnesota with his wife, Marcia, for more than 30 years.
2020 Tour stops:
- March 24 – Lanesboro Public Library
- March 26 – Preston Public Library
- March 31 – Albert Lea Public Library
- April 1 – West Concord Public Library
- April 2 – Dodge Center Public Library
- April 6 – Zumbrota Public Library
- April 7 – Lake City Public Library
- April 9 – Rochester Public Library
- April 14 – Cannon Falls Public Library
- April 29 – St Charles Public Library
- April 30 – Caledonia Public Library
- May 6 – Blooming Prairie Public Library
- May 7 – Wabasha Public Library
- May 11 – Le Roy Public Library
- May 12 – Kasson Public Library