SLCL and the Novel Neighbor Present Bestselling Thriller Writer Alice Feeney
The St. Louis County Library Foundation and the Novel Neighbor present popular thriller writer Alice Feeney for a discussion and signing of her latest novel, “Good Bad Girl.”
The event will take place on Wednesday, August 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Grant’s View Branch of the St. Louis County Library, 9700 Musick Rd., St. Louis MO, 63123.
The program is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase at the event from The Novel Neighbor.
Alice Feeney is a New York Times million-copy bestselling author. Her books have been translated into over thirty languages, and“Rock Paper Scissors” and “His & Hers", are both being made into major TV series by Netflix.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people, so good people have to do bad things. Alice Feeney, returns with another thrilling mystery filled with drama and her trademark surprises.
Twenty years after a baby is stolen from a stroller, a woman is murdered in a care home. The two crimes are somehow linked, and a “good bad girl” may be the key to discovering the truth. Edith may have been tricked into a nursing home, but at eighty-years-young, she’s planning her escape. Patience works there, cleaning messes and bonding with Edith, a kindred spirit. But Patience is lying to Edith about almost everything.
With every reason to distrust each other, the women must solve a mystery with three suspects, two murders, and one victim. If they do, they might just find out what happened to the baby who disappeared, the mother who lost her, and the connections that bind them.
In the style of her previous thrillers, “Good Bad Girl” is a thriller in which nobody can be trusted and the twists come fast and furious.
Alice Feeney was a BBC journalist for fifteen years and is now the New York Times bestselling author of “Sometimes I Lie,””I Know Who You Are,””His and Hers,””Rock Paper Scissors,” and “Daisy Darker.”
Program sites are accessible. With at least two weeks' notice, accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities. Call 314-994-3300 or contact us.