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See you this Friday for Justin Kramon's The Preservationist discussion

From: Alice Osborn, W.
Sent on: Monday, March 24, 2014 1:56 PM

Hi Everyone,

Wonderland Book Club is back this Friday, March 28th from 10-noon at the Center For Excellence. We welcome author Justin Kramon, who will lead us in our discussion of his thriller, The Preservationist. I don't know about you, but I had to stay up late to finish it--it was creepy.

Justin first appeared at Wonderland in Feb 2011, for discussing his debut novel, Finny and it's a joy to have him back--he speaks to book clubs all over the country.

After Book Club, we'll mosey on to Vivace at North Hill's Lassister Mills area for lunch--hope you can join us then, too.

here are the details for Book Club, as well as more info on Justin.

See you on Friday!




Wonderland Book Club, Co-sponsored by the NC Writers’ Network

Presents Author Justin Kramon, The Preservationist

Location: Center for Excellence, 3803-B Computer Dr. Suite 106, Raleigh, NC  

Friday, March 28, 2014    Time:  10:00–noon      

Meet Justin Kramon, of Philadelphia, to discuss his most recent novel, The Preservationist. 
A dark tale of psychological suspense, The Preservationist follows Julia Stilwell and Sam Blount 
in whose unlikely romance at college begins to unravel as a threat of violence approaches 
and the reader becomes less and less sure whom to trust. It is a tense and intelligent novel 
where each of the characters may not be what they seem. Justin's novel is available in stores, 
and on Amazon,, and through IndieBound. The Preservationist is Justin’s second novel; 
the first was Finny (Random House, 2010), which was a Wonderland Book Club selection in 2011. 
  Justin is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, he has published stories in Glimmer Train, Story Quarterly, Boulevard, Fence, TriQuarterly, Alaska Quarterly Review, and others. He has also received honors from the Michener-Copernicus Society of America, Best American Short Stories, the Hawthornden International Writers' Fellowship, and the Bogliasco Foundation.

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