Mystery, history, rebels, immigrants, and misfortune at Third Place Books

Monday, April 1, 2019

Authors at Third Place Books this week - Tuesday to Sunday

Town Center, Lake Forest Park, upper level. Intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE.

Tuesday, April 2 at 7pm
Jeffrey Siger
The Mykonos Mob: A Chief Inspector Kaldis Mystery

When a corrupt ex-police colonel is assassinated, Chief Inspector Kaldis battles a potential mob war for control of Mykonos’ vices while his wife undertakes to mentor young girls caught up in the island’s exploitative culture—unaware that her well-intended plans are on a deadly collision course with her husband’s investigation.

Friday, April 5 at 6pm
Heather Mayer

Beyond the Rebel Girl: Women and the Industrial Workers of the World in the Pacific Northwest, 1905-1924

In Beyond the Rebel Girl, historian Heather Mayer questions the well-worn vision of Wobblies as young, single, male, itinerant workers, demonstrating how the IWW supported women in their fight for birth control, sexual emancipation, and better labor conditions, all while facing persecution at the local, state, and federal levels.

Saturday, April 6 at 6pm
Gregory Erich Phillips

The Exile

The Exile takes readers back to 2008 with Leila, a Colombian immigrant and successful mortgage broker living in Phoenix, Arizona. With a seemingly perfect life, it felt like nothing could get in the way of Leila’s happiness…until the mortgage crisis, an ill-timed romance with her boss’ son, and a looming deportation warning threaten to ruin everything.

Sunday, April 7 at 6pm
Stacey Marie Brown

Unlucky Ones

Misfortune. Bad luck. Heartache. Devon Thorpe is no stranger to any of them. She’s found herself in Albuquerque, tending bar to support her mother. Lincoln Kessler, the mysterious owner of the saloon, instantly draws Devon in. She can’t let go of the feeling there is some strange connection between them. But the more Lincoln tries to push her away, the more determined she is to figure out the enigmatic man. When their worlds collide and tragedy strikes, she recognizes they are not each other’s savior, but each other’s misfortune.


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