Events

A Gentleman in Moscow: Book Tour

I’m sorry if I’ve missed you in Albuquerque, Ann Arbor, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Cape Cod, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Darien, DC, Denver, Greenwich, Grosse Pointe, Hickory, Houston, Hunstville, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Nantucket, Nashville, New Canaan, Oxford, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Portsmouth, San Antonio, St. Louis, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Fe, Seattle, Steamboat Springs, Tampa, Toledo, Toronto, and Wichita. Although, you never know: I may  circle back. So please join my author page on Facebook for updates on my travel.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Tuesday October 24 Brooklyn, NY 7:00
With John Grisham and Emma Straub
St. Ann’s Warehouse
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Thursday November 2, New Canaan, CT, 11:00 am
New Canaan Library Literary Lunch
At the Woodway Country Club
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Monday November 6, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA, 6:30 pm
Sponsored by the BHHS
At the Mark Hotel (admission by ticket only)
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Tuesday November 7, Pasadena, CA, 7:00 pm
Pasadena Public Library/Literary Alliance
Pasadena Library Great Hall
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Tues & Thurs January 23 & 25, Rancho Mirage, CA, tbd
Rancho Mirage Writers Festival
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Monday January 29, Sanibel Island, FL, 7:00 pm
Sanibel Public Library Author Series
Sanibel Community House
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Tuesday February 13, New York, NY, afternoon
With Lee Childs
New York University
Info to follow

Thursday & Saturday February 15 & 17 Naples, FL, 10:00 am
Artis-Naples
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Tuesday February 20 Boca Grande, FL, 4:30 pm
JF Library Foundation Annual Benefit
Community Center Auditorium
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Wednesday March 7, Newnan, GA, 7:00 pm
Sponsored by the Coweta County School System
Nixon Centre

Fri & Sat April 20 & 21, Shrevesport, LA, tbd
Info to follow

Sunday April 22, Wilmette, IL, tbd
Info to follow

Monday April 23, Des Moines, IA, 7:00 pm
Authors Visiting in Des Moines
Central Library