Join us on October 4 at 6:30pm at the Van Buren Conference Center!
Bestselling author Karen Dionne will be coming to Southwest Michigan to discuss her psychological thriller The Marsh King’s Daughter on Tuesday, October 4, 6:30pm, at the Van Buren Conference Center.
Pulling from Dionne’s experiences homesteading it the Upper Peninsula, The Marsh King’s Daughter follows a woman who must face the wilds of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to hunt down the man who shaped her past and threatens her future: her father.
This event is free and open to the public. A book signing will follow Dionne’s presentation. Light refreshments will be provided.
Van Buren Conference Center
490 S Paw Paw St, Lawrence, MI 49064
What is Southwest Michigan Reads?
Southwest Michigan Reads is a partnership of eight library systems who read and recognize Michigan authors. You can pick up a copy of Dionne’s book at each of the sponsoring libraries: Dowagiac District Library, Hartford Public Library, Lawton Public Library, Marcellus Township Wood Memorial Library, Paw Paw District Library, South Haven Memorial Library, Van Buren District Library, and Watervliet District Library.