Meet author Elizabeth Crook
The Pima Library Foundations Circle of Book Clubs will welcome Elizabeth Crook, author of the 2018 Little, Brown and Company publication, The Which Way Tree, a riveting historical novel about a wild hunt for a panther in 1860s Texas.
Elizabeth Crook has created a book of marvels. Its comedy is steeped in the
hardscrabble tragedies of a wilder old America. You will even catch an echo of Twains wit in the picaresque narration. Luis Alberto Urrea, author of the national bestseller The Hummingbirds Daughter
Elizabeth Crook is the author of four other novels and numerous articles. Among her novels, The Night Journal was awarded the 2007 Spur award for Best Long Novel of the West and the 2007 Willa Literary Award for Historical Fiction. Monday, Monday was awarded the 2015 Jesse H. Jones award for fiction. Crook resides in Austin, TX with her family.
WHEN: Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
WHERE: A lovely home located in the Tanque Verde Valley
ENJOY: Libations, savories and sweets by Appetizing Adventures
A lovely home in Northeast Tucson (View)
Tucson, AZ 85749
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