Louise Penny: Reading at the Bing!
Auntie's Bookstore presents mystery lit star Louise Penny, coming to Spokane, WA for the very first time! Penny is the author of the award-winning Chief Inspector Gamache murder mystery series, one that has stolen the hearts of millions across the globe. Her work has been translated into over 25 languages, garnering five Agatha Awards and multiple other literary recognitions. On August 30th, Penny will bring the quaint Three Pines village to the Bing Crosby Theater, introducing Glass Houses (Pub. August 29, 2017; ISBN: 978-1-2500-6619-0; Hardcover $28.99; 400 pages; Macmillan), the 13th installment of the Inspector Gamache series.
Glass Houses begins with the appearance of a mysterious figure in Three Pines Village on a chilly November morning. At first Gamache and the other villagers are curious, but as the figure continues its lurking, immobile presence, a thick cloak of trepidation descends upon the small town. When the figure vanishes, Gamache, now Chief Superintendent, knows it's up to him to discover who--or what--the figures is, and what his presence means in the months to come.
Tickets to see Louise Penny at the Bing Crosby Theater will be on sale for $5 on July 1st at 9am until the day of the event, August 30th, at 1pm. Tickets at Auntie's Bookstore are only available for customers who buy a copy of Glass Houses, and are free with the book. Customers who choose not to pre-order the book at Auntie's can still purchase tickets by clicking here, or visiting one of the various TicketsWest outlets in Spokane. These can be located by going to www.ticketswest.com/outlets. Customers who change their mind and wish to purchase the book at the event will receive a $5 discount.
Thanks so much for supporting Auntie's Bookstore, and we hope to see you at the Bing on August 30!
An instant New York Times Bestseller and August 2017 LibraryReads pick!
“Penny’s absorbing, intricately plotted 13th Gamache novel proves she only gets better at pursuing dark truths with compassion and grace.” —PEOPLE
“Louise Penny wrote the book on escapist mysteries.” —The New York Times Book Review