Book Release for The Lost Letter by local author Jillian CantorDate: June 13, 2017Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
3800 E River Road
Book Release for The Lost Letter by
local author Jillian Cantor
A NOVEL OF LOVE & SURVIVAL INSPIRED BY WWII RESISTANCE MEMBERS
Past and present collide in Jillian Cantors latest propulsive and eloquent gem of a novel. Cantor captures the gravity of wartime Europe and combines it with powerful stories of love, loss and self-discovery. The Lost Letter is transporting; its flawless, breathtaking finale will make readers fall deeply in love with this stunning tale. Mary Kubica, New York Times bestselling author
The Tucson J is thrilled to celebrate the launch of The Lost Letter by local author Jillian Cantor.
A beautiful, poignant and devastating novel, THE LOST LETTER illuminates the lasting power of love. From a stamp engravers apprentice in Austria on the eve of Kristallnacht to a journalist coping with her fathers memory loss in Los Angeles in 1989, THE LOST LETTER traces the path of a mysterious love letter that connects generations of Jewish families. Expertly weaving together stories inspired by real WWII resistance workers who used coded messages in stamps to communicate and a propulsive modern day family mystery, THE LOST LETTER explores what it means to love across time and place.
Jillian Cantor is the author of award-winning novels including, most recently, the critically acclaimed The Hours Count and Margot. Born and raised outside Philadelphia, Cantor currently lives in Arizona with her husband and two sons.
Tuesday, June 13
Jewish Heritage Center
Event is free and open to the public.
Books will be for sale from Mostly Books.
Price : Free