This month, the Bloomington author publishes his latest book, How It Happened. Like all of his New York Times best-sellers, it’s a mystery. As the writer explains here, however, this novel draws its inspiration from a local event that has dogged him his entire career: the disappearance of Jill Behrman, and the confession that promised closure.
As one of the city’s most successful real estate developers, Ozdemir oversees a billion-dollar portfolio and rubs shoulders with the city’s elite. But he’s losing his shirt as he pursues his quest to bring a Major League Soccer team to Indianapolis. For perhaps the first time in his life, will the Indy Eleven owner end up short of the goal?
The Elton John–approved chocolate cake is just the beginning. This snowglobe of a patisserie offers a magical experience, from the moment you swing open the white cottage door until the last crumb is devoured.
Critics worry the world’s leading sexperts are neglecting the cold, hard science of its revolutionary founder for something more touchy feely. Turns out, the dirtiest four-letter word in sexology might be “love.”