Author urban waite joins lit fest

A HELL OF A GOOD NOVEL, RELENTLESSLY PACED AND BEAUTIFULLY NARRATED. THERE’S JUST NO LET-UP. AN AUSPICIOUS DEBUT.
— Stephen King
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Seattle author, Urban Waite, is a good guy who writes evil things (or maybe vice versa.) He is the author of The Terror of Living, named a Best Book of the Year by Esquire, The Boston Globe, and Booklist. His second novel is The Carrion Birds, a finalist for the New Mexico and Arizona Book Award, and was called "a candidate for best crime book of 2013" by the New York Journal of Books. His short fiction has appeared in the Best of the West anthology, the Southern Review, and many other journals. His work has been translated into nine languages and is available in more than twenty countries worldwide.

His third novel, Sometimes the Wolf, released by William Morrow/HarperCollins, was picked as a Best Book of the Year in The Sun Sentinel and LitReactor. 

Ayn Gailey