Food, fear, and hot button issues at Third Place Books

Monday, April 24, 2017

Third Place Books Managing Partner Robert Sindelar makes an appearance at the author event on Tuesday, 7pm at Third Place Books on the upper level, Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way in Lake Forest Park.

Sindelar will be in conversation with author Laird Hunt about Hunt's book The Evening Road.

The next evening, author Rebekah Denn will be talking to MOHAI Executive Director, Leonard Garfield. On Thursday, Jean Korelitz presents her new novel, set on a college campus.

Laird Hunt 
in conversation with Managing Partner Robert Sindelar
The Evening Road (Little Brown)
Tuesday, April 25th at 7pm
The Evening Road is the story of two remarkable women on the move through an America riven by fear and hatred, and eager to flee the secrets they have left behind.
“Hunt brings to mind Flannery O’Connor’s grotesques and Barry Hannah’s bracingly inventive prose and cranks. He is strange, challenging, and a joy to read.” - Kirkus

Rebekah Denn
Edible City : A Delicious Journey
in partnership with MOHAI
Wednesday, April 26 at 7pm
Edible City: A Delicious Journey serves up the story of how people eat in Seattle, and how urban palates have developed over the years. Join two time James Beard Award winner and exhibit curator, Rebekah Denn in conversation with MOHAI Executive Director, Leonard Garfield.

Jean Korelitz
The Devil and Webster (Grand Central)
Friday, April 28th at 6:30pm
From the New York Times bestselling author of You Should Have Known and Admission, a twisty new novel about a college president, a baffling student protest, and some of the most hot-button issues on today's college campuses.




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