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POSTPONED: Adrian McKinty, The Chain

*This event has been postponed -- please check back for updates on a rescheduled date!*

“You have never read anything quite like THE CHAIN and you will never be able to forget it. This book is Jaws for parents. It belongs in the elite company of world class thrillers like Gone Girl and The Silence of the Lambs.”--Don Winslow

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ISBN: 9780316531269
Availability: Available at Warehouse
Published: Mulholland Books - July 9th, 2019

Paul Doiron, Almost Midnight

Edgar Award finalist Paul Doiron reads from the latest thrilling entry in bestselling his series, Almost Midnight, in which a deadly attack on one of Maine's last wild wolves leads Game Warden Mike Bowditch to an even bigger criminal conspiracy.

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ISBN: 9781250102416
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Minotaur Books - July 2nd, 2019

J. Ryan Stradal, The Lager Queen of Minnesota

Join us to hear J. Ryan Stradal read from his newest book, The Lager Queen of Minnesota, and try sample pourings of Bow Market local brewery Remnant Brewing's special rhubarb sour beer for the occasion!

 A novel of family, Midwestern values, hard work, fate and the secrets of making a world-class beer, from the bestselling author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest.

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ISBN: 9780399563058
Availability: Available at Warehouse
Published: Pamela Dorman Books - July 23rd, 2019

Marjan Kamali, The Stationery Shop

Marjan Kamali, award-winning author of Together Tea—a debut novel hailed as “compassionate, funny, and wise” by Jill Davis, bestselling author of Girls’ Poker Night—launches her new novel The Stationery Shop, a powerful love story exploring loss, reconciliation, and the quirks of fate

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ISBN: 9781982107482
Availability: Available at Warehouse
Published: Gallery Books - June 18th, 2019

Luke Salisbury, No Common War

Join author Luke Salisbury as he reads from his newest novel, No Common War, a fictionalized history of his own family's participation in the abolition movement and the Civil War.

In 1835, two Salisbury brothers journey to Washington City from Sandy Creek, New York to promote their town. In Washington, they witness a slave being whipped. Mason Salisbury tries to intervene and is struck across the face with the whip.

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ISBN: 9781936364299
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Black Heron Press - June 14th, 2019


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