Hallie Ephron is the New York Times best selling author of suspense novels that she hopes keep readers up nights. She is a four-time finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award, and her books have also been nominated for Edgar and Anthony awards. She is a much sought-after speaker and writing teacher. More about Hallie…
Night Night, Sleep Tight
Richmond Times-Dispatch: “Hooray for Hollywood, hooray for homicide, and hooray for Hallie Ephron…” — Jay Strafford
InStyle Magazine: Night Night, Sleep Tight #1 page-turning pick for April
“The plotting and character development read as if they could have been transplanted from an unpublished Raymond Chandler novel.” — Joe Hartlaub, Bookreporter
What happened before NIGHT NIGHT, SLEEP TIGHT …
“Understudy in Scarlet” in Echoes of Sherlock: Stories Inspired by the Holmes Canon (edited by Leslie S. Klinger and Laurie R. King)
Read Hallie’s Holmes-inspired short story in this stellar volume along with tales from fourteen other authors. Kirkus calls her story (“Understudy in Scarlet”) “a delight from beginning to end.” PW names the anthology a “TOP 10 MYSTERY” for fall 2016.
Hallie on her hair in Me, My Hair and I: Twenty-seven Women Untangle an Obsession
Elizabeth Benedict Editor
Hallie’s “Remembering Sandra Dee” appears this fantastic book of essays that’s gotten rave reviews.
It’s 1958 and I’m ten years old, a skinny kid, all elbows and knees, a long face with big eyes under furry caterpillar eyebrows, sitting on a stack of telephone books in the chair at Mr. Latour’s Beauty Salon, where my mother gets her hair done once a week. I’ve come here often with her, but this is the first time Mr. Latour is cutting my hair.
2016 Edgar Awards
Nominated for the 4th time for the Mary Higgins Clark Award
Book launch for Night Night, Sleep Tight
Hallie with Anne Perry at the 2015 Surrey International Writers Conference
Photo by Sandra Vander Schaaf
Jungle Red Writers take Malice!
SRO “game” panel at Malice Domestic with help from Charlaine Harris and a lot of our friends…Hallie Ephron, Rhys Bowen, Charlaine Harris, Lucy Burdette, and Hank Phillippi Ryan with the courageous souls who stepped up to play 50 Shades of Red with us