TOM BOUMAN is a former book editor and musician who lives with his wife and daughter in Pennsylvania, where he studies law. He is the author of the novel Dry Bones in the Valley, which won a Los Angeles Times Book Prize and an Edgar Allan Poe Award.
Residency plans: “Dry Bones in the Valley is the first novel in the Henry Farrell series of mysteries set in rural Pennsylvania. I have two more in the series under contract, and with any luck I’ll be working on the third book by the time I arrive in Aspen. I may take that month to get reacquainted with short fiction as well.”
CATCH & RELEASE BOOKS
Free copies of Dry Bones in the Valley will be available in advance of the event in an effort to familiarize the community with his work. Starting June 1, stop by the Red Brick Building in Aspen or the Woody Creek Community Center to pick up your free copy. Read it, pass it along to a friend, and join us on June 14!