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Author Gina Fava

January 13 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Author Gina Fava


Author Gina Fava

Gina Fava is the author of many award winning short stories and her acclaimed novels The Race, Formula and The Sculptor (Best Mystery/Suspense Ebook by Indie Book Awards). Readers compare her stories to those of Harlan Coben, Lisa Gardner, Lee Child, Dan Brown, and Daniel Silva.

Gina also writes feature articles on travel, Italian culture, art, wine, cooking, books, and cinema, and has released a collection of recipes and essays in her latest work, entitled Un Momento: A Taste of Italian-American Pastimes.

Gina is currently writing her next book, a novel rich in historical fiction and family saga.

Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, Gina is a relentlessly loyal Sabres and Bills fan. She graduated the University at Buffalo and later earned a law degree but it was the bomb scares, run-ins with the Italian military intelligence service, and car chases she endured while studying at the American University of Rome that spurred her interest in writing heart-pounding thrillers.

Gina lives with her husband and kids and their dogs, Lupo and Siena, in New England. She loves making pasta with her family, binge-watching James Bond movies, reading other people’s suspense novels, and roaming Italy to hunt down her characters’ favorite wines.



January 13
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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