Big D’s Book Boy

I'm always jealous of people with alliterated names: Tina Turner, Katie Couric, Lindsey Lohan. With a name like that you're destined for either an anchor chair or stardom. And Highland Park mystery writer Harry Hunsicker is no exception. His debut novel, Still River, tells the story of a Dallas private eye named Lee Henry Oswald—and you can imagine what a character with that name might encounter working in this city. It was so successful St. Martin's Press asked Hunsicker to do another. His second book, The Next Time You Die, another Lee Henry Oswald mystery, is racking up even more rave reviews for the local writer. On Saturday at 2 p.m., Hunsicker will sign copies of The Next Time You Die at Borders, 5500 Greenville Ave. (214-739-1166), as well as at 2 p.m. Sunday at Borders Chapel Hill, 4601 W. Freeway in Fort Worth (817-737-0444).
Sat., Aug. 12, 2 p.m.
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Stephanie Morris