This author is hot, hot, hot, racking up 14 New York Times bestsellers before an automobile accident nearly took him out in 2011. Although he lost part of his right leg, Greg Iles surprised his medical team by not only surviving, but getting back on the writing horse with newfound zeal. His Natchez trilogy began with Natchez Burning and The Bone Tree and now Iles is ready to complete the story of Penn Cage, his father Tom Cage and the tragic story of Viola Turner with the release of Mississippi Blood. Here's a fun fact: While attending Ole Miss, Iles lived in the cabin where William Faulkner and his brothers listened to stories told by their beloved nanny, Mammy Callie. Iles will be on hand this Wednesday to discuss and sign copies of this deep South thriller.