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Join us at One More Page for the release of DOPE, book two in the Colin Marsh Trilogy, with Thierry Sagnier.
In the summer of 2016, many addicts are dying in the Washington, D.C. area. Their obituaries advertise a major change in the addiction community.
They die quietly, as most addicts do. Among them are a right-wing radio personality, a local politician who overdosed in a hotel suite with a 14-year-old prostitute, and Willie B., a celebrated local street musician. There is no obvious connection among these deaths.
Colin Marsh, ex-reporter, has attended more funerals than he can count, but the loss of Willie B. nags at him. Why so many addict deaths? Why Willie B. who was a smart user? Having worked together to defeat a major drug dealer in Thirst, Colin Marsh and Mamadou Dioh team up again in Dope to combat an even greater threat—a plot to distribute poisoned drugs in the Washington area targeting untold thousands of users.
“Sagnier builds characters as solid, gritty, and as broken as a D.C. street, with prose that lights up like monuments on a starry night.” — Michael J. Sullivan, best-selling author of The Riyria Revelations
Thierry Sagnier is a writer and Pushcart Prize Nominee whose works have been published in the United States and abroad. He is the author of The IFO Report, (Avon Books), Bike! Motorcycles and the People who Ride Them (Harper & Row) and Washington by Night (Washingtonian Books). His short story Lunch with the General, published in Chrysalis Reader, was nominated for a 2013 Pushcart Prize, an American literary prize that honors the best “poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published in the small presses.” He is also the author of two online works published by Pigasus Books: Thirst, a thriller based in Washington, DC’s mean streets, and Writing about People, Places and Things, a collection of essays chronicling Sagnier’s thoughts on writing, family and friendships, and his bout with cancer.
Sagnier was born in France and came to the United States in his early teens. He has worked and written for The Washington Post and several other newspapers and magazines, produced videos and short films for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and was a columnist for Canada’s Le Devoir and Switzerland’s Le Journal de Genève. He resides in Virginia.