THE PRINCESS IS FAKE. THE MURDERS ARE REAL. From the New York Times bestselling author of The Flight Attendant and The Lioness, a Princess Diana impersonator and her estranged sister find themselves drawn into a dangerous game of money and murder in this twisting tale of organized crime, cryptocurrency, and family secrets on the Las Vegas strip.
Look for the beautiful new edition of the historical thriller set in Hollywood and the Serengeti in 1964 — in development now for a TV series.
The Lioness — A luxurious African safari turns deadly for a Hollywood star and her entourage in this riveting historical thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Flight Attendant.
“Bohjalian, one of our finest storytellers, weaves his spellbinding magic.” — The Boston Globe
“Wildly entertaining.” — The New York Times
Already in development for a TV series from eOne and Marsh Entertainment!
It’s called Sin City for a reason. Dark secrets emerge when a young bartender meets a stranger on a hot streak in this gritty short story.
The Hour of the Witch— It’s 1662 Boston, a world where Satan is as real as your next-door neighbor. A young Puritan woman — faithful, resourceful, but afraid of the demons that dog her soul — plots her escape from a violent marriage. Can she divorce her husband and avoid being hanged as a witch? Dive into this propulsive historical thriller.
Everyone wants to belong to the club, but what will it cost you? Three married couples collide in a suburban living room one autumn Sunday in 1968 – what they think is a refuge from the rock ‘n roll turbulence outside their neighborhood – only to discover there’s no escape from the era’s cultural upheaval. This is Chris’s third play, after Wingspan and Midwives.
The Flight Attendant — a #1 national bestseller in paperback and a New York Times bestseller in hardcover — is now a critically-acclaimed, Emmy-winning TV series on MAX. The Emmy-nominated Kaley Cuoco stars as beleaguered flight attendant Cassie Bowden. Cassie is among Chris's favorites of all his heroines. Yes, she’s a mess, but he always felt her childhood pain and childhood scars when he was writing the novel. Fasten your seatbelts and tune in!