TAB Presents April Henry
It's a new year and Hicklebee's own TAB (Teen Advisory Board) is rearing to go! They will be hosting author April Henry and her new book The Lonely Dead. Also in conversation will be author Parker Peevyhouse, writer of The Echo Room.
The Lonely Dead follows teen Adele whom for her, the dead aren't really dead. She can see them and even talk to them. But she’s spent years denying her gift. When she encounters her ex best friend Tori in a shallow grave in the woods and realizes that Tori is actually dead -- that gift turns into a curse. Without an alibi, Adele becomes the prime suspect in Tori’s murder. She must work with Tori’s ghost to find the real killer. But what if the killer finds Adele first?
Come join us as we delve into the mysteries of this new creepy teen mystery and get your copy of Lonely Dead signed. The first twenty attendees will receive a free pocket journal! We'll also be having a raffle to win an ARC copy of Angie Thomas' (The Hate U Give) new book On the Come Up, along with an enamel pin set.
April Henry is the New York Times bestselling author of many acclaimed mysteries for adults and young adults, including the YA novels Girl, Stolen and The Night She Disappeared and the thriller Face of Betrayal, co-authored with Lis Wiehl. She lives in Oregon. Browse more of her books here.
Update: Previously announced author Alexandra Sirowy will not be able to attend on Saturday; April Henry will be in conversation with Parker Peevyhouse instead.
"Henry’s latest offering is taut and suspenseful, with a hint of the supernatural. Her clear, lucid prose and well-paced action scenes make for a fast, accessible read with high appeal for both the middle- and high-school crowd. Hand to anyone in search of a page-turner."--Booklist
"Henry delivers a compelling thriller that weaves supernatural elements into a topical tapestry of loss, betrayal, and family drama. A thriller that manages to be both creepy and fun."--Kirkus Reviews
From the acclaimed author of "Where Futures End" comes a smart, claustrophobic thriller where two teens escape a strange prison only to discover they weren't locked in, but were locking someone--or something--out.