Five days - five authors at Third Place Books

Saturday, June 14, 2014

In the five days between Tuesday and Saturday, Third Place Books will host five different authors in personal appearances at the store, in the upper level of Town Center, intersection of Ballinger Way and Bothell Way.

William Wyckoff
How to Read the American West (University of Washington Press) 
Tuesday, June 17 at 7pm

A geographer and an accomplished photographer, Wyckoff offers a fresh perspective on the natural and human history of the American West and encourages readers to discover that history has shaped the places where people live, work, and visit.

Tyler McMahon
Kilometer 99 (St. Martin's Griffin)
Wednesday, June 18 at 7pm

In Kilometer 99, days become weeks; documents go missing; money gets tight. Caught between bizarre real estate offers, suspect drug deals, and internal jealousies, this unlikely band of surfers, aid-workers, and opportunists all struggle to find their way through a fallen world.

Susan Jane Gilman
The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street (Grand Central)
Thursday, June 19 at 7pm 

Nonfiction writer Gilman parlays her craft into a fiction debut, which follows an abrasive, unscrupulous protagonist from the 1910s to the early 1980s. With its vivid depictions of old New York City tenement life, this rags-to-riches saga will appeal to readers of American historical novels.

Django Wexler
The Forbidden Library (Kathy Dawson Books)
Friday, June 20 at 6:30pm

Local young adult author Django Wexler kicks off a new classic fantasy series. When her father is lost at sea, Alice must leave her home to live with an "uncle" whose estate includes a massive and mysterious library that holds much more than books. 

Jeffrey Marks
Afterlife Interviews (Arago Press)
Saturday, June 21 at 6:30pm

What is life really like on the Other Side? What could possibly be waiting for us when our time on earth is over? Spiritual medium and researcher Jeffrey Marks set out to find the answers.


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