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April Henry, June Hur, L.E. Flynn in Conversation With Miranda Doyle
August 31 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
When Savannah disappears soon after arguing with her mom’s boyfriend, everyone assumes she’s run away. The truth is much worse. She’s been kidnapped by a man in a white van who locks her in an old trailer home, far from prying eyes. Master mystery writer April Henry weaves another heart-stopping YA thriller with The Girl in the White Van (Henry Holt).
Set in Joseon Dynasty-era Korea, June Hur’s evocative YA debut, The Silence of Bones (Feiwel & Friends), follows a 16-year-old indentured servant within the police bureau who becomes entangled in the politically charged investigation into the murder of a noblewoman.
Seventeen-year-old Tabby went into the woods with her boyfriend, but she came out alone. Originally praised as a survivor, Tabby is now widely suspected to be her boyfriend’s killer. L. E. Flynn’s All Eyes on Her (Imprint) is a vivid, evocative thriller told from the point of view of six people in Tabby’s life — everyone except Tabby herself.
Henry, Hur, and Flynn will be joined in conversation by teacher and librarian Miranda Doyle.