Mary Kubica Book Launch

  • Dates: February 18, 2020
  • Venue: Page 158 Books
  • Location: Wake Forest
  • Address: 415 Brooks St., Wake Forest, NC 27587
  • Times: 7:00 PM
  • Admission: Free

About

Page 158 Books welcomes New York Times bestselling author Mary Kubica to celebrate the launch of her new book The Other Mrs.

Set on a remote island off the coast of Maine, The Other Mrs. follows Sadie and Will Faust as they move from Chicago following a series of personal and professional mishaps, including an affair that nearly destroyed their marriage with a woman named Camille. The move is meant to be a fresh start of sorts, but shortly after their arrival, a female neighbor is found murdered in her home. The murder rocks the tiny coastal island, but no one is more shaken than Sadie. This was not the new beginning she envisioned, and not just because of the murder. As the eyes of suspicion turn toward the new family in town, Sadie is drawn deeper into the mystery and with every passing day grows more paranoid and suspicious. As the killer moves closer, Sadie questions everyone, including herself.

Mary Kubica is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of five novels, including The Good Girl, Pretty Baby, Don't You Cry, Every Last Lie and When the Lights Go Out. A former high school history teacher, Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in History and American Literature. She lives outside of Chicago with her husband and two children. Her first novel The Good Girl was an Indie Next pick in August of 2014, received a Strand Critics Nomination for Best First Novel and was a nominee in the Goodreads Choice Awards in Debut Goodreads Author and in Mystery & Thriller for 2014. Mary’s novels have been translated into over thirty languages and have sold over two million copies worldwide. She’s been described as “a helluva storyteller,” (Kirkus Reviews) and “a writer of vice-like control,” (Chicago Tribune) and her novels have been praised as “hypnotic” (People) and “thrilling and illuminating” (Los Angeles Times).