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Hallie Ephron Author Talk

There Was An Old Woman by Hallie Ephron

Hallie Ephron

Author Talk

Hanson Public Library
Friday, May 2, 2014
7:00 p.m.

  • Book discussion
  • Book signing
  • Questions & answers
  • Light refreshments

There Was An Old Woman
A novel of psychological suspense, in which a young woman returns to the quirky Bronx riverfront neighborhood where she grew up to find her mother’s house in chaos. As Evie digs into the events of the past few months, a sinister thriller unfolds. A story of trust, betrayal, deception and madness.
Award-winning Author Hank Phillippi Ryan:
“Haunting. Compelling. And beautifully written. This insidiously creepy and eerily sinister tale twists and turns with suspense–and a surprise around every corner. Hallie Ephron is the queen of secrets–and the star of suburban noir.”

  • Books available for purchase at the library.
  • Sponsored by The Hanson Public Library Foundation, Inc.
  • This event is free, but requires registration. Please call 781-293-2151 or email info@hansonlibrary.org.

Library Closed Patriots’ Day

The Library is closed Monday, April 21 for Patriots’ Day. We’ll open again on Tuesday at noon.

Reminder — Puppet Storytime

Leigh Puppet ShowA reminder that we have an exciting drop-in program this Friday, the 18th, from 10:00-10:30 am.

Leigh and friends Phineas & Newton will be here for Puppet Storytime.

No registration is required so stop by with the little ones!

Get Your Bids In!

Online Silent Auction

 

Tomorrow is the last day to submit a bid to have your name appear in the next Hank Phillippi Ryan thriller. Final bids are due by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, April 15. The current high bid is $200. To participate, email your full name, telephone number, and bid to hpl.foundation@gmail.com.

Click on the image to the left for more details!

 

Must-Read Books 2014

The Massachusetts Center for the Book has released their list of Must-Read Books 2014. Every book on the list has a connection to Massachusetts, whether it be the setting for the story or the author’s home state. Click on a book’s cover to go directly to our online catalog where you can read more about the book or order a copy for pickup.

FICTION

Along the WatchtowerThe CelestialsThe Hanging JudgeNews from HeavenTogether TeaVatican Waltz

NONFICTION

Book of AgesBreach of TrustA Fort of Nine TowersThe Last Train to Zona VerdeMargaret FullerMiss Anne in Harlem

CHILDREN’S/YOUNG ADULT

The ExtraThe First DrawingGarden PrincessWhite Fur FlyingJourneyA Place for Turtles