Fairy Dogfather and other authors in person at Third Place Books

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Self-healing, Tuscan cooking, murders, and, yes, Fairy Dogfathers are on the program at Third Place Books as authors tour to promote their books. From the newly published to multiple best-sellers, they are all creative and interesting people, and they'll be at Lake Forest Park Towne Centre. Here's the line-up through the weekend.

Marie Manuchehri
Intuitive Self-Healing: Achieve Balance and Wellness Through the Body's Energy Centers
Wednesday, March 7 at 7pm

Even doctors and the most sophisticated tests can't always find the source of a health issue, but there is one authority that always knows--your own body. With Intuitive Self-Healing, registered nurse and renowned energy healer Marie Manuchehri provides accessible instruction for helping readers tune into their health at a deeper level.

Pamela Sheldon Johns
Cucina Povera : Tuscan Peasant Cooking (Andrews McMeel)
Thursday, March 8 at 7pm

Italian cookbook authority Pamela Sheldon Johns presents more than sixty peasant-inspired dishes from the heart of Tuscany. La cucina povera is a philosophy of not wasting anything edible and making every bite as tasty as possible. Budget-conscious dishes utilizing local and seasonal fruits and vegetables create everything from savory sauces and slow-roasted meats to flavorful vegetables and end-of-meal sweets.

Alexandra Day
Fairy Dogfather
Friday, March 9 at 10am

Young Hector has trouble with the letters D and G. Thus when he writes a request to the universe that he needs a fairy godfather, well, the Fairy Dogfather arrives instead. In Day's capable and witty hands the Fairy Dogfather turns out to be a forceful and enigmatic figure who manages, with subtle wit, to grant all of Hector's wishes.

Keith McCafferty
The Royal Wulff Murders (Vintage)
Saturday, March 10 at 6:30pm

A clever, fast-paced murder mystery full of wit, suspense, and fly fishing. When a fishing guide reels in the body of a young man from the river, Sheriff Martha Ettinger suspects foul play. It's not just the stick jammed into the man's eye that draws her attention; it's the Royal Wulff trout fly stuck in his lip. Following her instincts, Ettinger soon finds herself crossing paths with Montana newcomer Sean Stranahan.


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