Join us over lunch as Erica Spindler the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, discusses and signs her newest book, The Look-Alike, a fast-paced, twisty thriller that's due for release on January 28th.
This is a luncheon event. A light lunch, prepared by our staff, is included with your signing line number when you purchase The Look-Alike. Food will be ready at 11:30 if you'd like to get something to eat before the author begins her talk.
Erica has published more than twenty novels. Her titles have been published all over the world and Red was turned into both a wildly popular graphic novel and daytime drama in Japan. Critics have dubbed her stories as “thrill-packed, page turners, white knuckle rides, and edge-of-your-seat whodunits. Erica and her husband — a man she describes as funny, handsome and way too sassy — met in art school and have been together ever since. They have two sons, born nine and a half years apart. Erica makes her home in the New Orleans area, although she originally hailed from Illinois.
**For signings, numbers will start being handed out on the day the event is announced, with attendees lining up for the signing in groups of ten. Line numbers are given out with the purchase of the author's new book. If you preorder a book, we'll pull a number for you the day you order it. Luncheon is included with the purchase of The Wives.
FINE PRINT: The authors' featured book(s) must be purchased from KBB in order for it to be signed. Please hold on to your receipt if purchased ahead of time. Older titles may be brought in as well, and may be signed (with author's permission) along with the new book.
If you are unable to attend, you may purchase your book ahead of time (in person or by phone) and we will have your book signed for you. Please specify if the book is to be picked up or shipped.
From the NYT bestselling author comes suspenseful new novel about a ten-year-old unsolved murder, and the woman who remains haunted by it.
Late one night, trudging back to her dorm, Sienna Scott comes upon a murdered classmate, her white coat and the snow-covered ground around her stained red. The police in Tranquility Bluffs, Wisconsin do their best to find out who killed her, but the case is never solved. In order to get some space from her small town and the murder, Sienna moves to London.
Ten years later, Sienna moves back to town to care for her mother, who suffers from paranoid personality disorder. She’s been in and out of treatment facilities, always convinced she’s being watched and plotted against. Sienna’s biggest fear in life is becoming like her mother. She monitors her own thoughts, constantly on the look-out for signs she has inherited her mother’s mental illness.
Sienna’s arrival sparks questions from the locals and reminders of the old murder. Then Sienna begins to receive threatening phone calls from an anonymous number, and she notices a white van slowly passing by her house multiple times a day. There’s also the fact that Sienna was wearing the same exact white coat as the victim that night, and has never been able to shake the fear that maybe she was the one meant to die.
The more time Sienna spends in Tranquility Bluffs, the more she wants to know what really happened. As the threats continue, Sienna gets more and more paranoid. Is she going crazy like her mother? Or has her mother been the sane one all along?