Aloha Trio Appearing at Barnes and Noble-Maui
A Hawaiian mix of mystery, history and Hollywood on tap from three local authors at Barnes and Noble in Lahaina , Maui. Wishing you a Maui Christmas
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December 1, 2014 (FPRC) -- Bestselling mystery author Toby Neal will appear at a book signing from 3 to 5 p.m. December 14 at Barnes & Noble in Lahaina. Neal will sign copies of Blood Orchids, the first book in her popular 'Lei Crime' series, as well as Unsound, a suspense novel set on Haleakala.
Raised on Kauai, Neal is a longtime Maui social worker and therapist whose love of Hawaii and experience observing human behavior inspire her books. Her eight-book 'Lei Crime' series, which has sold nearly half a million copies worldwide, follows the personal struggles and crime-solving adventures of a troubled female police officer as she investigates mysteries around the state. Reviewers have described the books as 'unforgettable, fast-paced, authentic Hawaii page turners.'
For more about Toby Neal visit tobyneal.net
Adventure travel writer, Linda Ballou is the author of Wai-nani, A Voice from Old Hawai’i.
Wai-nani transports you into the wild heart old Hawai’i when Captain Cook stepped upon the shores of Kealakekua Bay in 1779. Linda Ballou skillfully weaves legends and myths, fabled history, and an evocative love story into a poetic rendering of the 'People of Old.' Lavish images of the Islands splash the page as you tread inside the mysterious Polynesian culture. Hawai’i’s story is told through the eyes of Wai-nani, a fiercely passionate, free-spirited woman. She takes you on a seductive journey that spans the most dynamic period in Hawaiian history.
Signing and reading 1 to 4 p.m.
Go to Lindaballouauthor.com to learn more about Wai-nani and read articles set in the Islands.
Maui insider, Lorraine Brodek, lives atop beautiful Maka’ale hillside of Hana. Her humorous memoir, A Nobody in a Somebody World, includes chapters about what it is really like to live in paradise. She shares amusing insights into life in Hana, one of the last enclaves of old Hawai’i where the threat of wild pigs calls for a luau. Raised in Beverly Hills, buzzing with stars, she provides a hilarious account of growing up undercover in the 90210 zip code. Crisp writing filled with back-handed quips and tons of insider juice on Hollywood celebs make this a fun read anytime you need a break from the all too serious world. Signing and reading 1 to 4 p.m.
Lorraine will also be sharing her illustrated, holiday children's book The Tale of Peeky Peeper.
For more information about Lorraine Brodek, her books and blog, visit www.LorraineBrodek.com
Send an email to Linda Ballou of Winddancer Press
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