THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Monday Jun 2 CHARLIE LOVETT MONDAY, JUNE 2; 7 PM CHARLIE LOVETT, playwright and former antiquarian bookseller, will introduce the softcover edition of his debut literary mystery, The Bookman’s Tale: A Novel of Obsession. It combines the excitement of a centuries-old literary conspiracy with the...
  2. Wednesday Jun 4 JOSEPH FINDER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4; 7 PM JOSEPH FINDER will introduce his new standalone thriller in over three years, Suspicion. We meet Danny, a single father and regular guy, whose ex-wife has succumbed to cancer and their teenage daughter, who is devastated...
  3. Thursday Jun 5 JEAN REAGAN THURSDAY, JUNE 5; 7 PM JEAN REAGAN will introduce her charming picture book, How to Babysit a Grandma. It’s a lucky kid who gets to babysit her grandma! But you need to know a lot of things....like showing her how...
  4. Saturday Jun 7 KHALED HOSSEINI SATURDAY, JUNE 7; 2 PM KHALED HOSSEINI will introduce the softcover edition of And the Mountains Echoed. Line numbers will be given out at 1 pm. Please show your books&co receipt for the softcover edition of And the Mountains Echoed...
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CHARLIE LOVETT

MONDAY, JUNE 2; 7 PM

CHARLIE LOVETT, playwright and former antiquarian bookseller, will introduce the softcover edition of his debut literary mystery, The Bookman’s Tale: A Novel of Obsession. It combines the excitement of a centuries-old literary conspiracy with the touching love story of a shy bookseller named Peter Byerly. We meet him in his dusty bookshop in Hay-on-Wye, Wales when he stumbles across a miniature portrait of his dead wife—but his wife died in 1994 and the portrait is clearly Victorian. When he tries to learn more about the watercolor, Peter is swept up in a web of mystery and intrigue and uncovers what could be the most important and valuable artifact in the history of English literature—a book that appears to have marginalia written by William Shakespeare-- positively proving the identity of the great playwright.