John Searles, a sweet noontime treat

Join us Wednesday, September 18 at noon for an appearance by exuberant, entertaining author John Searles, whose latest book, “Help for the Haunted,” debuts September 17. You might recognize John from his frequent appearances as a book reviewer on both NBC’s “Today,” and CBS’s “The Early Show;” as Editor-at-large of Cosmopolitan; or as the national bestselling author of “Boy Still Missing” and “Strange but True.”

14-year-old Sylvie Mason was waiting for her parents outside a deserted church when they were brutally murdered on a snowy, winter’s night. Atypical careers as demonologists made them open fodder for gossip and suspicion, and in the wake of their deaths, Sylvie, who is left in the care of her troubled older sister, unravels family secrets that leave readers flipping the pages until the riveting conclusion.

The library hosts a lot of authors, and we can guarantee that John Searles is an author you won’t want to miss. Charming, funny, and sincere, you’re sure to feel that you just found yourself a new best friend. Get a jumpstart and follow him (and his dog, Ruby, @ohmygoditsruby) on Twitter @searlesbooks, and join us on Wednesday! We’ll bring dessert.

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