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Randy Susan Meyers

Randy Susan Meyers is the bestselling author of The Comfort of Lies and The Murderer’s Daughters and a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award. Her writing is informed by her work with batterers and victims of domestic violence, as well her experience with youth impacted by street violence. She lives with her husband in Boston, where she teaches writing seminars at the Grub Street Writers’ Center.
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THE COMFORT OF LIES by Randy Susan Meyers

From the author of the critically acclaimed The Murderer's Daughters, a compelling novel about three women caught in the aftermath of infidelity.

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Author Appearances

NOV 4
7:00 PM
in person appearance
WORCHESTER JCC
Jewish Book Festival
633 Salisbury Street
Worchester, MA 01609
NOV 13
12:00 PM
in person appearance
DETROIT JCC
Jewish Book Festival
Detroit, MI
NOV 14
12:00 PM
in person appearance
SAN DIEGO JCC
Jewish Book Festival
San Diego, CA

Author Revealed

Randy Susan Meyers
Q. What is your biggest pet peeve?

A. Entitlement--which shows in so many ways: cutting in line, tailgating, etc.

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. "Come Rain or Come Shine" by Ray Charles ('our' song,) "At Last" by Etta James (for my husband,) "Down On My Knees" by Ayo (best heartbreak song,) "She Works Hard for the Money" by Donna Summer (from when I was a bartender,) "Reach Out For Me" by Dionne Warwick (from second date with husband,"

Q. If you could acquire any talent, what would it be?

A. Being handy around the house. I am regrettably unable to use tools without injuring myself and others.

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat, who saved nearly 100,000 Hungarians during the Holocaust--and lost his freedom, and then life in the process. All I could say is "thank you," and "I am in awe of you."

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