Oct 4, 2012 at 6 pm Libba Bray at MPL!

divinerscover.jpgTrouble is brewing, you can feel it on the wind! Speaking of trouble, seventeen-year-old spitfire Evie O'Neill proves to be too much for small-town Ohio - after a mysterious, scandalous incident Evie's parents send her to live in New York City (how could life in Manhattan in the Roaring Twenties be a punishment?) with her uncle Will. He runs The Museum of American Folklore, Superstition, and the Occult--also known as "The Museum of the Creepy Crawlies." Evie soon finds herself helping her uncle try to catch a serial killer, but in her quest to bring media attention to the museum (and, of course, herself) seems destined to fall into the crosshairs of some powerful forces. The stories of many other characters and themes of the age wind through this dense and intense introduction to the Diviners series.

Author Libba Bray is coming to MPL! Meet the award-winning author and hear her discuss this new series in Centennial Hall's Loos Room on Thursday, October 4. Doors open at 6; presentation at 6:30, book sale and signing to follow. Program in conjunction with Boswell Books. Come in your best 1920s costume, there will be a contest with prizes!

Mandy @ Central Youth & Community Outreach Services

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