Authors at Third Place Books this week - coffee table book with world photos

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Third Place Books author presentations this week lead off with a photo version of a popular travel book: 1,000 places to see before you die: Deluxe Edition.

TPB is on the upper level to Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE, Lake Forest Park. Call 206-366-3333 for more information or to purchase one of the books.

Monday, November 18 at 7pm
Patricia Schultz
1,000 Places to See Before You Die: Deluxe Edition

The first-ever photo-driven edition of the world’s #1 bestselling travel book is the must-have gift book of the holiday season. Iconic and oversize, with over 1,000 color photographs and 544 pages, this book is designed to be a mesmerizing showcase of the best the world has to offer, inspiring joy, curiosity, and awe in every traveler and in any dreamer whose Instagram feed is filled with pictures of places near and far.

Tuesday, November 19 at 7pm
Carol Lopez

Muck Off: The Starting Point to Your Happily Ever After

From the opening story when her father threatens to kill her, through her own battles with alcohol, and dealing with her loved ones' drug additions, Carol Lopez reveals how changing her perspective and getting straight about her values and dreams allowed her to rise out of the muck into a new life filled with sanity and happiness.

Friday, November 22 at 6pm
Contributors to For the Love of Orcas: An Anthology

After the Southern Resident orca Tahlequah swam with her newly born dead calf for 17 days, scientists, poets, and writers responded to her grief and the plight of the endangered orcas in this moving anthology. Edited by poets Andrew Shattuck McBride and Jill McCabe Johnson, this anthology features poetry, essays, and environmental writing from more than ninety esteemed authors.

Saturday, November 23 at 6pm
Ace Atkins

Angel Eyes (a Robert B. Parker Spenser Novel)

In the latest thriller featuring the legendary Boston PI, Spenser heads to the City of Angels to meet old friends and new enemies in a baffling missing person case that might shake Tinseltown to its core.

Sunday, November 24 at 6pm
Janiva Magness

Weeds Like Us: A Memoir

The Grammy-nominated artist Janiva Magness has been given the highest Blues honors. Now comes her miraculous and deeply moving story about a life worth living.


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