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Saratoga author Nicolas DiDomizio’s debut is "Burn It All Down," a mother/son, crime/revenge thriller Eighteen-year-old aspiring comic Joey Rossi just found out his boyfriend has been cheating on him for the past ten months. Joey was born with an addiction to toxic jerks—something he inherited from his mom (and best friend): 34-year-old Gia Rossi.

When Gia’s latest non-relationship goes up in flames only a day later, the pair’s Bayonne, New Jersey apartment can barely contain their rage. In a misguided attempt at revenge, Joey and Gia inadvertently commit a series of crimes and flee the state, running to the only good man either of them has ever known—Gia’s ex, Marco.

Prior to his career in fiction, Nicolas wrote for the internet for several years while also working in corporate roles at Condé Nast, MTV, and more.

  Tomorrow night at 7 p.m. USA Today bestselling author Alison Gaylin will be at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts for a reading from her new novel, What Remains of Me, a novel of psychological suspense, set in the glamorous, wealthy world of Hollywood a darkly imaginative and atmospheric tale of revenge and betrayal, presumed guilt and innocence lost, dirty secrets and family ties reminiscent of the bestsellers of Laura Lippman, Gillian Flynn, and Harlan Coben.

The event is presented by The Golden Notebook and New York Times bestselling author Abigail Thomas will interview Gaylin and discuss What Remains of Me.