Author Events at Third Place Books December 2-10, 2011

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Author Events at Third Place Books
Lake Forest Park Towne Centre
December 2-10, 2011

Terry Thomas 
Religion to Reality (BPN) 
Friday, December 2 at 6:30pm

Religion to Reality follows Dr. Terry Thomas’s spiritual quest across the United States and around the world in search of purpose and truth outside of a religious framework. Dr. Thomas asks and answers difficult questions and shows his readers how to find deep, abiding spiritual consciousness leading to purpose and happiness. 

Erik Korhel 
Kid with the Red Juice Moustache 
Sunday, December 4 at 5:30pm 

Seattle artist Erik Korhel’s new collection is full of great poems about life as a kid, ice cream trucks, haircuts, and mischief-making of every kind! Erik says he likes snowshoeing and beatboxing but practices neither since he already has too many hobbies. 

Robert Goolrick in conversation with Garth Stein 
A Reliable Wife (Algonquin) 
Thursday, December 8 at 7pm 

Join Garth Stein, author of The Art of Racing in the Rain, for an interview with Robert Goolrick, author of reader favorite A Reliable Wife. This riveting historical story of love, madness, and obsession tells the story of Ralph Truitt, a wealthy businessman who advertises for “a reliable wife,” and Catherine Land, the deceptive woman who responds. Lushly romantic, yet dark and mysterious, this story is full of twists and surprises that immediately pull the reader in. 

John Lowrie 
Dancing With Eternity 
Friday, December 9 at 6:30pm

What would happen if Odysseus met Captain Ahab in the Fortieth Century? Except Captain Ahab is a beautiful woman named Steel who owns her own starship, and Odysseus is an unemployed actor named Mohandas. Steel, Mo, and the crew of the starship Lightdancer embark on an incredible voyage of adventure and self-discovery.

Mary Daheim 
The Alpine Winter 
Saturday, December 10 at 6:30pm 

Editor and publisher Emma Lord is fretting over how her brother and her son--both priests--will react when she confesses her passionate affair with Sheriff Milo Dodge; "House & Home" editor Vida Runkel realizes that her spoiled grandson has gone off the rails; and Emma's star reporter goes AWOL after learning that his son has escaped from prison. But the most disturbing holiday dilemma is the body found in the cave on Mount Sawyer. 


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