Thu, Feb 11 | Online Event via Zoom

Feb 2021 Book Program

Be among the first to see nationally known author Susan Meissner speak about her newest book of historical fiction, a compelling story set during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
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Feb 2021 Book Program

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Feb 11, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST
Online Event via Zoom

About The Event

About the Author

Susan Meissner is a USA Today bestselling author of historical fiction with more than half a million books in print in fifteen languages. She is an author, speaker and writing workshop leader with a background in community journalism. A California native, she attended Point Loma Nazarene University and is also a writing workshop volunteer for Words Alive, a San Diego non-profit dedicated to helping at-risk youth foster a love for reading and writing. Her recent novels have been named to top ten and best books lists, received starred reviews, and been awards finalists. Per Publishers Weekly: "Meissner's prose is exquisite, and she is a stunning story teller."

About the Book

The Nature of Fragile Things is an intimate mystery told with an urgency that accelerates toward the inevitable devastation of the San Francisco earthquake. The story follows a young Irish immigrant, whose secrets take her from the lower east side to the west coast as a mail order bride for an aloof man with a small, silent daughter.This new husband has secrets of his own. Soon, hidden ties to two other women are discovered, and the power of female solidarity is tested. Susan Meissner spins a tale that twists and turns through early 20th century San Francisco, where tremors and truths are waiting to crack the city and its characters wide open.

To be released on February 2, 2021, this book is widely available for pre-order now in Hardcover, Kindle, and Audiobook.

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