Prologue: "The Silent Sister" by Diane Chamberlain
Join Ben Steelman of the Star News and local author Diane Chamberlain to talk about her most recent novel "The Silent Sister."
"The Silent Sister is a powerful and thrilling novel. This tautly paced and emotionally driven novel will engross Chamberlain's many fans as well as those that read Sandra Brown and Carla Buckley." - Booklist
"Chamberlain has written an excellent novel with well-thought-out plot lines that never lose the suspense lover's interest for one solitary second." - Suspense Magazine
Monday, March 9 at 7 PM
MC Erny Gallery, 254 N. Front Street, 3rd Floor
About the Author: Diane Chamberlain grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey, spending her summers reading Sinclair Lewis and Victoria Holt on the idyllic Jersey Shore. She has always had a wild imagination, but Chamberlain did not embark on a serious writing career until after she had spent some time in the medical social working field, eventually opening up her own private practice in Virginia. One day, while trapped in a waiting room at the doctor's office, Chamberlain began to pen a story that had been in her head for years...four years later she had written a novel. It took Chamberlain an additional three years to get her first novel published, but since then she has published over twenty novels. For more information about Diane Chamberlain or her work visit http://dianechamberlain.com/