Mark your calendars and save the date! On Monday, March 16, at 7pm, British author Lynne Truss is joining us all the way from England to read from her new novel, Cat Out of Hell, answer audience questions, and sign copies of her books.
You probably know Lynne Truss from her earlier books, Talk to the Hand (about manners) and Eats, Shoots & Leaves (about grammar, or pandas, depending how you punctuate the title). If you’ve read these books, you know the author is clever and funny, and now she’s taken that cleverness and funniness and put them in a novel – specifically, a novel about a talking cat called Roger, and an old widower called Alec, and a rather twisty mystery involving Beelzebub himself (suffice to say that fans of Sherlock Homes – and Watson – will be pleased).
It’s very exciting that Lynne will be visiting our library in person. This event is free and open to the public; arrive on the early side to make sure you get a seat. Porter Square books will be selling books, and Lynne will be signing after the reading and Q&A.
Cat Out of Hell will be published in March, but you can get on the waitlist for a library copy now.