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Emma Donoghue
and Ruth Rendell

Tickets from $28 / $15 for patrons 35 and under

To purchase tickets by phone, please call 212-415 5500

Photo Credit: Nina Subin, Jerry Bauer

 

 

Emma Donoghue and Ruth Rendell
in association with 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center

Monday, November 17 | 8 pm

At 92Y
Kaufmann Concert Hall
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
New York, NY

Emma Donoghue’s latest novel, a murder mystery set in nineteenth-century San Francisco, is Frog Music. “Like and unlike her stunning Room, this novel lifts into view a strange crime, a remarkable woman, and is a Ringling Brothers-grade feat of narrative strength,” says Darin Strauss, author of Half a Life.

Ruth Rendell’s new novel, a thriller sparked by the discovery of bones in a tin box, is The Girl Next Door. She is “the most brilliant mystery novelist of our time,” wrote Patricia Cornwell. “Her stories are a lesson in a human nature as capable of the most exotic love as it is of the cruelest murder. She does not avert her gaze and magnificently triumphs in a style that is uniquely hers and mesmerizing.”

 


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