Reading: Louise Penny

When: Wed., Aug. 30, 7-8 p.m. 2017

A major star of mystery literature is coming to town on the heels of her latest thrilling release. Best-selling, five-time Agatha Award-winning author Louise Penny’s newest novel Glass Houses comes out the day before her Spokane stop, hosted by Auntie’s Bookstore, marking the 13th installment of her popular murder mystery series centered around protagonist Chief Inspector Armand Gamache. Set in the fictitious town of Three Pines, Quebec (the author’s resident province) Penny’s latest has Inspector Gamache investigating the appearance and disappearance of a strange figure that has set Three Pines’ residents on edge. Penny’s fans here won’t want to miss the chance to hear her talk about the new book and her illustrious writing career; the event could be a worthwhile entry into this successful author’s world for curious bookworms, too.

Wed, Aug. 30 at 7 pm • Free with book purchase from Auntie’s; $5 without • Bing Crosby Theater • 901 W. First • auntiesbooks.com • 838-0206

Chey Scott

Price: $5