Brian Freeman author of The Cold Nowhere
Author Talk & Book Signing
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 7:00p.m.
Books & Company
The Cold Nowhere: Lieutenant Stride goes home to his cottage on the shore of Lake Superior, where he discovers Cat Mateo, scared and dripping wet. She is the daughter of a woman he tried and failed to protect from a violent husband years ago. When Cat asks Stride for protection from a mysterious person she claims is trying to kill her, Stride is driven by guilt to help her.
Stride’s police partner Maggie Bei doubts Cat and marvels at how easily she has won Stride’s trust. As Stride investigates Cat’s case off the record, Maggie questions should Stride be afraid for—or of—this damaged girl?
Brian Freeman: Brian Freeman is an internationally bestselling author of psychological suspense novels. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 20 languages. The Cold Nowhere is his second novel for Quercus.
POEM IN YOUR POCKET!
Celebrate National Poem in Your Pocket Day!
Thursday, April 24
Read a poem, share a poem, keep a poem in your pocket to recite at a moment's notice!
PAJAMA TIME! STORY HOUR!
Join Miss Lisa N. for storytime about Imaginary Friends! We'll get to make our own fun friends to take home with us. We might use our imaginations with our snack, but it will be real enough to eat! We'll be reading The adventures of Beekle and Dream Friends.
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