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Karin Tanabe -- The Sunset Crowd

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Registration for this event will close on July 21, 2024 @ 1:00pm.
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Come listen to a talk by acclaimed author Karin Tanabe about her most recent novel, The Sunset Crowd.

From Rodeo Drive to the French Riviera, The Sunset Crowd is a tale of survival and reinvention, of faking it until you make it, and the glittering appeal of success and stardom, as it seeks to answer that timeless question―who gets to have the American dream?

Money and fame: in 1970's Los Angeles, everyone is fighting to reach the top, but very few have the talent, ambition, and luck to get there.

Karin Tanabe is the author of six novels, including A Hundred Suns and The Gilded Years (soon to be a major motion picture starring Zendaya, who will produce alongside Reese Witherspoon/Hello Sunshine). A former Politico reporter, she has also written for The Washington Post, the Miami Herald, the Chicago Tribune, and Newsday. She has appeared as a celebrity and politics expert on Entertainment Tonight, CNN, and CBS Early Show. A graduate of Vassar College, Karin lives in Washington, D.C.

Copies of The Sunset Crowd may be ordered through Bards Alley's website at www.bardsalley.com and will also be available for purchase on site at the event.


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