And When She Was Good - Laura Lippman

While the City Sleeps
Award-winning author Laura Lippman reads from and discusses her latest novel about “accidental private eye” Tess Monaghan as part of the 2013 Adult Winter Reading Program, While the City Sleeps.
Monday, February 25, 2013
6:30 pm
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Author Laura Lippman’s appearance at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St. – initially scheduled for this evening, Monday, February 25, 2013 – has been cancelled due to the impending winter storm.

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Laura Lippman author of our 2013 Winter Reading selection, What the Dead Know, discusses her latest novel, And When She Was Good. Lippman was a reporter for twelve years at The Baltimore Sun, home of her "accidental PI" Tess Monaghan. She began writing the Tess Monaghan series while working fulltime and left daily journalism in 2001. Lippman has won almost every award in the crime fiction field: the Edgar®, the Anthony, the Agatha, the Shamus, the Nero Wolfe, Gumshoe and Barry awards.

Her current novel, And When She Was Good, continues Lippman’s track record of bestselling thrillers that emphasize the resourcefulness and intelligence of her heroines.