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William Kent Krueger
is the bestselling author of
This Tender Land,
Ordinary Grace and
19 books in the Cork O'Connor mystery series.
For more information, see the flyers below.
William Kent Krueger's
Roswell appearances are days away.
These are the only events in Georgia the acclaimed author currently has scheduled. He will be discussing his new novel, The River We Remember, on Friday, Sept. 29, and will lead a master writing class on Saturday, Sept. 30.
Registration is limited,
so sign up today for the event on Friday, Sept. 29.
click on the flyer below.
Sept. 29: William Kent Krueger, the 2023 Roswell Reads Author Selection, speaking at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
Sept. 30: William Kent Krueger’s writing workshop at the Roswell Adult Recreation Center is sold out.
Roswell Reads, Roswell Cultural Arts and Bookmiser are pleased to announce a special offer to event patrons who purchase William Kent Krueger’s book, The River We Remember.The first 100 ticket holders who pre-order the novel from Bookmiser will enjoy reserved priority seating in the first six rows of the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. To order today, click here: WKK Book Order.
2023 - The River We Remember by William Kent Krueger
2022 - Horse by Geraldine Brooks
2022 - The Stolen Lady by Laura Morelli
2021 - The Dutch House by Ann Patchett
2020 - The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson
2019 - Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
2017 - The Underdogs by Melissa Fay Greene
2016 - What Stands in a Storm by Kim Cross
2015 - The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande
2014 - Someone Else's Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson
2013 - Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn Wall
2012 - Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin
2011 - My Name Is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliveira
2010 - Outcasts United: A Refugee Soccer Team, an American Town by Warren St. John
2009 - Them by Nathan McCall
2008 - The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards
2007 - The Valley of Light by Terry Kay
2006 - Rocket Boys by Homer Hickam
Roswell Reads promotes the value of reading, literacy, and lifelong learning through the shared community-wide experience of reading and discussing a common book. Readers are able to collectively examine relevant issues, establish bonds, and forge a better understanding of their community and society.