One of the country’s most popular suspense novelists is coming to the Louisville Free Public Library this week as part of its Authors at the Library series.
Sandra Brown has just released a new novel, Rainwater, in which she departs from the thriller genre for a work of historical fiction.
It’s a Depression-era story inspired by her grandfather’s experiences.
Brown will speak to fans and sign books at the library Tuesday evening at 7:00.
“Writing is such a solitary occupation,” Brown said in a WFPL interview. “You spend months at a time alone in a room and then you go out on book tours, you go to an event such as this one in Louisville. That’s really when you get to hear the applause, or the criticism from your audience.”
The Louisville event is free but tickets are required.
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