Goodrich-Royce who will be discussing Reef Road, her latest psychological thriller that publishes in January and explores the psychology of criminals and their victims, while drawing from real-life events that happened before she was born.
Deborah Goodrich Royce is the author of the widely praised psychological thrillers Ruby Falls (2021) and Finding Mrs. Ford (2019). A former film and television actress, she is remembered by soap opera fans for her role of Silver Kane, sister of the legendary Erica Kane, on ABC-TV’s All My Children. She later worked as a story editor for Miramax Films and was instrumental in the development of such films as Emma and A Wrinkle in Time. With her husband, Chuck, she restored the Avon Theatre in Stamford, Conn., which now operates as a not-for-profit dedicated to independent, classic, foreign, and documentary films and hosts lectures from film luminaries including Mira Nair, Richard Gere, and Chloe Sevigny.
The ticket price of $50.00 includes luncheon with dessert and beverage, and an autographed copy of Reef Road. This event will be held in Molloy University’s Larini Room in the Public Square Building.