Books by Lisa Lutz
The Passenger is an amazing psychological thriller about defining yourself while you pursue your path to survival.
How to Start a Fire
How to Start a Fire tells a wild, sad, funny story of twenty years in the friendship of three very different women. Thrown together in college, they grow to adulthood united and divided by secrets, lies, and a single night that shaped all of them.
The Spellman Books
The New York Times bestselling series of novels about a family of private investigators. Explore the Overview of the Spellman Books Series, and find-out more about each book:
Document 1: The Spellman Files
Document 2: Curse of the Spellmans
Document 3: Revenge of the Spellmans
Document 4: The Spellmans Strike Again
Document 5: Trail of the Spellmans
E-Book Special: Isabel Spellman's Guide to Etiquette
More Books by Lisa
Straight out of the pages of Trail of the Spellmans, authors David Spellman and Lisa Lutz and illustrator Jaime Temairik show you that it is possible to negotiate for everything. Even an elephant!
From Lisa Lutz and David Hayward comes a hilarious and original tag-team novel that reads like Weeds meets Adaptation.
Writings in Other Books:
A unique, must-have anthology for any fan of the mystery genre, featuring personal essays from 120 of the world's most beloved and renowned crime writers on the mysteries and thrillers that they most admire, edited by two of their own—John Connolly and Declan Burke. Each author pays a deeply personal tribute to one mystery that means the most to them, explaining why that book affects them and how it has influenced their own work. This collection presents a treasure trove of works in the mystery genre by the people who know it best. Find out more | Keep up on Facebook.
This book offers 50 creative writing lesson plans from the imaginative and highly acclaimed 826 National writing labs. Lisa's contribution includes a lesson plan for the collection: "How to Write a Fan Letter Without Getting a Restraining Order." Find out more.
Everyone makes mistakes, but for many women, acknowledging them can feel tantamount to career suicide. In Mistakes I Made at Work, the author interviews women across a variety of fields—from writers to doctors to engineers. They share their worst on-the-job moments, and how they used them as learning experiences to build successful and fascinating careers. Find out more.