A few years have gone by since I was required to read this biography for a high school English class, but the images that Elie Wiesel painted in my mind are still vivid. The firsthand account of Wiesel’s life in a concentration camp is both heartbreaking and eye-opening.
Literaries Who Lunch presents Tana French reading from and signing The Likeness
08/06/2008 12:00 pm
695 E. Colorado Blvd
Detective Cassie Maddox, who first appeared in French's book In the Woods, returns when a woman bearing a striking resemblance and her old undercover name is found dead. Cassie's old boss creates an extreme undercover opportunity and soon she finds herself immersed in this mysterious woman's old life, with no leads, no suspects and no clue as to the dead girl's real identity. The Likeness is an exciting read with many twists and turns all leading up to an explosive conclusion. This event is free and open to the public.
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