Spring Book Club Social -- Now Online!
Due to the ongoing health crisis, this event will now be held virtually. Purchasing a ticket will still include all of the below. A link will be sent to you to join the meeting and a code will be given to you to purchase all the recommended titles at a 20% discount. All event attendees will receive a tote bag and free advanced reading copies courtesy of HarperCollins.
Don't miss Spring Book Club Social with HarperCollins Publishers!
Register to attend at bpt.me/4489041.
Join Bookmarks for our quarterly book club gathering to learn about new books coming out soon, new releases, and older book club favorites with HarperCollins representative Eric Svenson.
You will also hear from Steven Wright, author of COYOTES OF CARTHAGE, a blistering and thrilling debut--a biting exploration of American politics, set in a small South Carolina town, about a political operative running a dark money campaign for his corporate clients.
A piercing portrait of our fragile democracy and one man's unraveling, The Coyotes of Carthage paints a disturbingly real portrait of the American experiment in action. Steven Wright is a clinical associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, where he co-directs the Wisconsin Innocence Project. From 2007 to 2012 he served as a trial attorney in the Voting Section of the United States Department of Justice. He has written numerous essays about race, criminal justice, and election law for the New York Review of Books.
All HarperCollins titles discussed at the event will be available for purchase or pre-order at the book club 20% discount.
The Spring Book Club Social is sponsored by our friends at HarperCollins Publishers. https://www.harpercollins.com/
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“With this splendid debut, Steven Wright announces his arrival as a major new voice in the world of political thrillers. I enjoyed it immensely.” —John Grisham