The local author reads from and signs her new thriller, I'd Know You Anywhere.
We love Laura Lippman, but not in ways that would be stalkerish and probably already covered somewhere in her series of Tess Monaghan books. She’s loyal to Baltimore—bet she wanted to buy Mount Vernon’s Brass Elephant when it went up for sale last year—and she consistently weaves a mystery like it’s a potholder at her umpteenth summer camp. Her latest, I’d Know You Anywhere, creeps deep under the skin. Eliza Benedict spent six weeks held hostage by a rapist/killer when she was only 15. Now with children of her own and the murderer contacting her from death row, she is seriously fucked up. As always, Lippman creates 3D characters with layered motives in a thriller almost genreless in its just plain goodness. (Wendy Ward)
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
We are in the process of making some sweeping changes to our calendar system. Our crack team of internet imagineers are hard at work to make our site better and easier for our users to find exactally what they want in and around baltimore.
Don't have an account?
Have a Facebook account? Login using your Facebook account to share your activities with friends.