Library Author Series: Randi Samuelson-Brown
Thursday, June 14th 7 PM at Bud Werner Memorial Library
An evening with the author of The Beaten Territory, a novel of darkly engaging historical fiction set in the underworld of lower downtown Denver in the 1890s — a 5280 Editor's Pick!
"Set in Denver during an era when the downtown district was lousy with gaming parlors, saloons, brothels and various other dens of iniquity, The Beaten Territory drips with the intrigue of what was still considered the Wild West, back in the 1890s. The latest novel by local author Randi Samuelson-Brown tells the story of Annie Ryan, a Market Street madam who gets swept up in Denver’s seedy underworld when she meets laudanum-addled socialite Lydia Chambers. Soon enough, a shocking murder shakes this world of booze-besotted good-time girls to its very core... a true page-turner that thrillingly flouts the sometimes stodgy conventions of historical fiction." — Westword
This community talk is free.
About the Library Author Series
Bud Werner Memorial Library presents an ongoing program of author talks throughout the year. These are free community events held in Library Hall, where a diverse award-winning range of visiting authors speak about their literary works and their writing processes. Each talk is followed by a Q&A and an opportunity to have authors sign copies of their books.