Brown’s novel Lethal is this year’s choice for the annual community reading program sponsored by metro Detroit public libraries in Oakland and Wayne counties.
Royal Oak Public Library cardholders can enter a raffle for 29 pairs of free tickets to see Brown on Thursday, March 22 at 7:00 PM at the Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills. Just visit the library to submit a raffle entry. Entries must be submitted by Thursday, March 15 at 5:00 PM.
In connection with Everyone’s Reading, join us Wednesday, February 29 for “Uncovering Romantic/Suspense Novels” at 7:00 PM in the Friends Auditorium for a librarian-led informal, fun-filled discussion of other authors you might enjoy if you are a fan of Brown’s work.
And on Thursday, March 15, the Third-Thursday Book Discussion Group will talk about Lethal at 7:00 PM in Meeting Rooms C/D.
For further information, call the Adult Reference Desk at 248-246-3727, contact Librarian Rosemary Mirsky at 248-246-3715. For more information about the Everyone’s Reading program, visit www.everyonesreading.info.
Lethal is the latest in a series of thrillers that have made Brown such a popular author. The Texas native has written 77 novels, including 60 New York Times bestsellers. Lethal tells the story of widow Honor Gillette who is taken hostage, along with her four-year-old daughter, by an accused murderer looking for something of value left behind by Honor’s late police officer husband. Set in Louisiana, the novel has the fast pace, plot twists and romantic tension that Brown’s fans have come to enjoy.