Louise Penny - Three Pines Mysteries
The author of the beloved Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery series visits Raleigh on June 26 to discuss the next novel in the series, A Better Man (coming late August), and the most recent, Kingdom of the Blind (new in paperback on June 25).
Ticket sales are not through our store, but through Eventbrite. You may choose from three ticket options:
- $33.95 - One seat at the event and a pre-signed copy of Kingdom of the Blind in hardcover.
- $20.95 - One seat at the event and a pre-signed copy of Kingdom of the Blind in paperback.
- $33.95 - One seat at the event, and a copy of A Better Man upon release in late August.
We suggest ordering soon as we expect tickets to sell out quickly. Louise Penny will not have a signing line at the event. If your ticket is for the paperback or hardcover of Kingdom of the Blind, you will pick up your pre-signed book when you arrive at the event. If your ticket is for a copy of A Better Man you can pick up your book at Quail Ridge Books beginning August 27, or call us to have your book shipped via Media Mail for $3.95 plus tax. Copies of A Better Man will not be signed.
The McKimmon Center is at 1101 Gorman St, Raleigh NC 27606. Click here for directions. Will Call opens at 5:30 PM and auditorium doors open at 6:30 PM. Seating will be general, not assigned.
Find all the event FAQs, and details on McKimmon Center location and parking, and purchase your tickets on the Eventbrite page.
We can't wait to see you there!
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