The High Point Public Library is hosting a virtual event with USA Today Bestselling Author Anna Lee Huber.
The discussion, which can be viewed via Zoom and Facebook and will be held on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 p.m., will be focused on Huber’s new book: “A Certain Darkness,” the sixth installment in a Huber series.
The event, which is free and open to everyone, will take place just after the publication of the book in late August.
Huber is the Daphne Award-winning author of the national bestselling Lady Darby mystery series and the Verity Kent mystery series.
She’s a summa cum laude graduate of Lipscomb University in Nashville, where she majored in music and minored in psychology before later turning her attention to writing.
Currently, she’s already hard at work on her next novel.
Another bestselling author, Susanna Kearsley, will lead the September 1 discussion.
“A Certain Darkness” is a new historical mystery by Huber in a series about a female British Intelligence agent named Verity Kent. Set after World War I, the new book tells the story of Verity and her husband Sidney as they attempt to solve two wartime-related mysteries.
Those who wish to participate can attend using Zoom after registering beforehand at https://bit.ly/AnnaLeeHuberSept1.
The discussion will also be livestreamed on the High Point Library’s Facebook page, where it can be viewed without prior registration.
Sunrise Books of High Point is partnering with the library and selling copies of the book, which can be ordered in advance at the store’s website, https://sunrisebookshp.indielite.org/.
For more information on the discussion, you can contact Julie Raynor at 336-883-3093 or at email@example.com.
If she is a mystery writer then how do we know her name? !!! lol