Authors in town this week to talk about Keto cooking, dancing with the Hopi, and crashing the A-List

Monday, July 15, 2019

Authors coming to town this week will read from their books and sign the copies you have purchased. Call the bookstore to reserve your copy 206-366-3333.

Third Place Books in Town Center at the intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE.

Tuesday, July 16 at 7pm
Kyndra Holley

Dairy-Free Keto Cooking

Kyndra Holley is back again with another crave-worthy cookbook, but this time she is showing you that transitioning to dairy-free keto is anything but boring. 

Dairy-Free Keto Cooking is packed with Kyndra's signature mouthwatering and flavorful recipes that will leave you feeling satisfied and feeling your best.

Friday, July 19 at 6pm
Louis A. Heib

The Doctor Danced with Us: Jerimiah Sullivan and the Hopi, 1881-1888 and Other Essays

In 1880, a young Indiana doctor arrived in Arizona to be the physician at the Moqui [Hopi] Pueblo Indian Agency. 

From early in 1881 until the summer of 1888, he lived on the Hopi First Mesa, participating in the social and ceremonial life of the community, and recording songs and narratives. 

Based on over thirty years of archival and field research, here for the first time is the story of "Jere Sullivan, M.D." and biographies of his contemporaries. Louis A. Hieb has written and edited over twenty articles and books on the Hopi, Navajo, Zuni, and Hispanic peoples of the Southwest.

Saturday, July 20 at 6pm
Summer Heacock

Crashing the A List

After months of unemployment, former editor Clara Montgomery is just desperate enough to take on a temporary gig clearing out abandoned storage units.

Then she comes across a unit that was once owned by an escort service, and finds the brothel "résumé" of a younger Caspian Tiddleswich, an astonishingly famous actor. 

Her awkward attempts to reassure Caspian that his secret is safe go awry. Now Caspian is convinced that she’s a blackmailer, the tabloids have her pegged as Caspian's girlfriend ... and Clara begins to find the A-lister's charms more irresistible than she expected.


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