***EVENT UPDATE: Out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to postpone all of our events/story times for the remainder of the month of March.
In lieu of an event, Chris will be signing books for us. Autographed copies will be ready March 17, 2020 and a limited number of personalized copies of The Red Lotus will be ready March 22, 2020. We will fulfill as many personalization requests as possible. Please note your request for personalization in your order. Pre-order today!***
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chris is the author of twenty books, including The Flight Attendant, The Guest Room; Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands; The Sandcastle Girls; Skeletons at the Feast; The Double Bind; and Midwives which was a number one New York Times bestseller and a selection of Oprah’s Book Club. Chris’s work has been translated into more than thirty languages, and three novels have become movies (Secrets of Eden, Midwives, and Past the Bleachers). Chris lives in Vermont and can be found at www.chrisbohjalian.com or on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Litsy, and Goodreads.
ABOUT THE BOOK: From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Midwives and The Flight Attendant comes a twisting story of love and deceit: an American man vanishes on a rural road in Vietnam, and his girlfriend, an emergency room doctor trained to ask questions, follows a path that leads her home to the very hospital where they met.
An “intricately plotted thriller. . .a diabolical plot reminiscent of a Robin Cook thriller. Each character, including secondary players, is carefully drawn, and Bohjalian keeps the tension high all the way to the surprising finale.” — Publishers Weekly
“In this tightly drawn, steadily hair-raising thriller, Bohjalian once again demonstrates his keen affinity for strong, capable female protagonists, while his masterful merging of setting and plot delivers a cerebral and dramatic dive into what happens when love turns to agony.” — Booklist, Carol Haggas
“In Bohjalian’s breathless thriller, the death of an American bicyclist in Vietnam sets off a race to avert further catastrophe. . . Bohjalian manages to keep us guessing and turning pages until the very end.” — Kirkus Reviews