Join bestselling author Joanne Fluke for a delectable evening at Frisco Public Library on March 2, from 6:15-8 pm. Fans of the Hannah Swensen mysteries are hungry for details about Banana Cream Pie Murder. Those who attend the private reception and author presentation can get the inside scoop on this latest title and all things Joanne Fluke.
The private author reception, hosted by the Friends of the Frisco Public Library, gets cooking at 6:15 pm. Attendees will receive an autographed copy of Banana Cream Pie Murder and get to mix and mingle with Fluke while enjoying light refreshments. Tickets are $35 and are available at friscolibrary.com/authors.
“We’re so excited to welcome Joanne back to the Library,” says Donna Schmittler, president of the Friends of Frisco Public Library. “An evening spent learning about her inspiration and writing process is a treat on many levels!”
Fluke will whet fans’ appetites with a brief presentation at 7 pm, then open the floor to questions. This open to the public portion of the evening will take place in Council Chambers, City Hall. The evening’s final course is a book-signing and tasty treat. Fans can purchase Banana Cream Pie Murder at the event and enjoy a banana cream tart while waiting to have their book signed.
Find more information about Joanne Fluke at JoanneFluke.com. Learn more about Frisco Public Library at friscolibrary.com.