Mary Kubica

SOLD OUT

April 1 @ 7 PM

Meiley-Swallow Hall on the Campus of North Central College
31 South Ellsworth Street, Naperville, IL

Join Anderson’s Bookshop for an in-person event and signing line with author Mary Kubica, to celebrate the release of She's Not Sorry, on Monday, April 1st at 7pm in Meiley-Swallow Hall on the Campus of North Central College. Mary will be in conversation with author Lori Rader-Day.

Event Format

  • Author Presentation, Audience Q&A
  • Signing & Photo Line

Pre-registration is required for this event because space is limited.

 

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More about She's Not Sorry:

"A tense, compelling thriller with completely gasp-worthy twists." --Nita Prose, #1 bestselling author of The Maid

An ICU nurse accidentally uncovers a patient's frightening past in this chilling thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of Local Woman Missing and Just the Nicest Couple.

Meghan Michaels is trying to find balance between being a single mom to a teenage daughter and working as a full time nurse. While on duty at the hospital one day, a patient named Caitlin arrives in a coma with a traumatic brain injury, having jumped from a bridge and plunging over twenty feet to the train tracks below.

But when a witness comes forward with shocking details about the fall, it calls everything they know into question. Was Caitlin pushed and if so, by whom and why?

Meghan has always tried to stay emotionally detached from her patients, but this time, she mistakenly lets herself get too close until she's deeply entangled in Caitlin's and her family's lives. Only when it's too late, does she realize that she and her daughter could be the next victims.
  

About the Author: 

Mary’s books have been translated into over thirty languages and have sold over two million copies worldwide.

She’s been described as “a helluva storyteller” (Kirkus) and “a writer of vice-like control” (Chicago Tribune), and her novels have been praised as “hypnotic” (People) and “illuminating” (L.A. Times). She lives outside of Chicago with her husband and children.