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Literature Lovers' Night Out
Join us for a glass of wine, some yummy snacks and four fabulous author talks.
Meet authors Cynthia Swanson THE GLASS FOREST
Richly atmospheric and beautifully detailed, The Glass Forest is a suspenseful literary tale of love and betrayal, marriage and motherhood that unfolds from the perspectives of three very different women during a unique time in history, which is as much about the secrets these women kept from each other, as it is about the truths they kept from themselves." (Kimberly McCreight, New York Times bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia and Where They Found Her)
David Housewright DARKNESS, SING ME A SONG
"Housewright resurrects an appealingly troubled, self-tormenting hero who assures himself, “you’re the most pathetic human being alive,” even as he’s dodging bullets, decking assailants, making nice to his neighbor’s 11-year-old daughter, and coming up with a solution as dark as the mystery."
Mira T. Lee EVERYTHING HERE IS BEAUTIFUL
"Everything Here Is Beautiful is a tender but unflinching portrayal of the bond between two sisters--one that's frayed by mental illness and stretched across continents, yet still endures. With ventriloquistic skill, Mira T. Lee explores the heartache of loving someone deeply troubled and the unbearable tightrope-walk between holding on and letting go."
— Celeste Ng, New York Times bestselling author of Little Fires Everywhere and Everything I Never Told You
Gregory Blake Smith THE MAZE AT WINDERMERE
“The Maze at Windermere is thrilling. This novel restored my faith and made me laugh out loud. It’s rare that a novel comes along that is broad ranging, so very funny, profound, provocative, literary, and page-turning, and also word perfect. I went right back to the beginning when I’d finished, marveling again at the radiant mind of Gregory Blake Smith.”
—Jane Hamilton, author of A Map of the World and The Excellent Lombards
Tickets are $11.00 and we have some seats still available.
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